The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) Data Governance Working Group (DGWG) Charter outlines the framework for managing data as a strategic asset, aligning with FERC’s strategic and business objectives. It establishes the DGWG with the authority to oversee data management initiatives and ensure compliance with federal directives. The Charter defines the DGWG’s scope, responsibilities, membership, and decision-making processes. It emphasizes the importance of data governance in supporting agency priorities, coordinating data management, and implementing the Federal Data Strategy. The Charter also details the roles of the Chief Data Officer (CDO) and other key members in promoting data stewardship, quality, and sharing across the Commission. Ultimately, the Charter serves as a guide for effective data governance to facilitate evidence-based policymaking and enhance the Commission’s data-driven decision-making capabilities.

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