MASTER DATA MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATION IN DISTRIBUTED INFORMATION SYSTEM CASE STUDY DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF TAX, MINISTRY OF FINANCE OF REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA
Information system architecture of Directorate General of Tax (DGT) is centralized with distributed data. The main problem are replication of master and reference data which spread among applications which vary on data structure and the synchronization jobs that spread in many locations and not well managed. Therefore, Master Data Management (MDM) needs to be implemented with accordance to characteristic of centralized distributed information system. Master data management maturity evaluation is conducted using MDM maturity model (MD3M) Spruit dan Pietzka, the result is Data Protection, Data Quality and Maintenance topic have maturity level 3 or defined process stage, while Data Model, Usage and Ownership topic have maturity level 2 or repeatable stage. Solutions to solve MDM issues and to enhance the master data management maturity level are proposed based on Data Management Body of Knowledge (DMBOK). DGT’s MDM issues are related to insufficiency of policy and architecture of MDM system. Policy and architectural approach of centralized MDM system is required to solve that issues. Proposed solution involves the use of data virtualization to enable implementation of centralized system of MDM without consolidate all master and reference data into new database.
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