Content types are also important because, while DG programs contain the same elements regardless of the content being governed, very often the types of content will influence the detailed governance processes. Differing content types will have unique life cycles. For example, content that is a structured type of data, like a transaction, may come and go within a fiscal year, and governance will tend to focus on the usage of that data within the time period. An unstructured type of data, like contracts and e-mails, may need to be kept for decades and may be subject to legal discovery or strict classifications of privacy or privilege. Obviously, there will need to be consideration of the details of gover...
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