Thursday, April 2, 2015
09:30 AM - 10:15 AM
Master Data Management represents a fertile area for cultivating enterprise information management value. While there are common aspects to all forms of MDM, there are variations in objectives that require differences in design and deployment. This session will discuss variations on Master Data Management independent of specific tools or technologies. It will discuss real-world examples of some of the more common design patterns and demonstrate how each, in spite of the differences, can be orchestrated to work within an enterprise information management approach.
Dan Paolini is the CIO of the Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and disABILITY Services. Prior to this appointment he was Director of Enterprise Data Services for the State of New Jersey and its first Chief Information Architect. He has also served as the Chief Technology Officer for a public school district and for a research institution.
He was the 2013 recipient of the Data Management Association (DAMA) International Government Achievement Award. He was the technical architect of Governor Christie’s award-winning government transparency site, YourMoney.NJ.Gov. He was a recipient of the 2002 Leadership Award from the US Office of Management and Budget’s Government Without Boundaries initiative.
He has been an active member of several professional associations and has served as the Vice President for Standards for the DAMA International Foundation. He is currently VP-Programs for the Philadelphia/Delaware Valley Chapter of DAMA.