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INFORMATION GOVERNANCE AND HEALTHCARE CASE STUDY2Roles and responsibilities for employees at varying levels in the corporate hierarchyThe organizations' design information governance with executive is the top leadership.The executive leadership has the responsibility of managing the program and ensures that theorganizational projects are completed at the right time. The executive makes particularcommunications that help in reaching various levels of the company, appropriate prioritizing ofthe projects and making sure that the policies are updated when there is a need. The executivealso assigns other employees with responsibilities at various departments of the informationgovernance. The information governance core team has the responsibility of approving newpolicies that are introduced into the business (Smallwood, 2019). The team has also theresponsibility of recommending technology and making report request. Further, the core teamhas sun-groups that meet regularly. The role of subgroups is to create and maintain policies and
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