K-MSG-L Notes 14 (35) - accuracy expectations

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accuracy.   Evaluate the effect of low great quality details on the venture and donors  expectations.   Offer great quality coaching to employees in charge of gathering details.    Manage great quality as a product to the various tasks stakeholders.   The great high quality of  choices has a direct correlation with the great organization's details offered. CARE DME-IS  GUIDELINES Web page  Information should be fit for its objective, timely and accurate: it must be available to the employees that needs it at the perfect amount of time in an appropriate format. To be able for details to be of value, it must be great quality details of direct relevance to the  tasks goals. Inaccurate, partial or superfluous details is of no value and may even be detrimental  to the overall venture methods. The great high quality of details can be analyzed via the use of 
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