Information classification framework (Definition)

A logical structure developed for the Information layer of the Government Enterprise Architecture which defines the Queensland Government's generic classification scheme in terms of the information assets required to meet organisational requirements. This framework provides a taxonomy for categorising the information assets used across the Queensland Government so agencies can reach a common viewpoint of the information assets across the Queensland Government and become aware of the potential to leverage related domain elements used by other agencies. Classifying existing information assets to the Information Portfolio Framework assists identification of common information assets, and common information needs at both a whole-of-Government level or within individual agencies. It helps to highlight where information gaps, duplication or integration problems exist in the current environment.

Last Reviewed: 17 January 2018



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