Scaled cost (Definition)

Establishes a rating for the Annual Estimated Cost of Operation of each Information Asset/Application/Technology used by the agency on a scale of 1 to 5. To cater for differences between the size of agency budgets, agencies are able to adjust the scale to reflect the actual spread of costs across their information assets/applications/technologies. The scale is logarithmic in nature, so, while a small change in dollar value at the low end affects the rating of an information asset/application/technology, it takes a comparatively large change in dollar values at the high end to affect the rating. (See also "Cost of Operation")


Last Reviewed: 29 November 2017

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