DCAM IS NOW DIGITAL!
DCAM: The Data Management Capability Assessment Model
DCAM® (the Data Management Capability Assessment Model) is the industry-standard, best practice framework designed to assist today's information professional in developing and sustaining a comprehensive data management program. DCAM is now organized into seven major components. Each component is defined by a series of required data management capabilities with each capability supported by a series of sub-capabilities, objectives, implementation advice and sample artifacts of evidence needed for verification of achievement.
DCAM, first published in 2014, was developed and continues to evolve based on the collective experiences of hundreds of data management professionals.
Get the latest digital version of DCAM and new modeling tools!
DCAM v2 is now digital and online, along with streamlined components and updated capabilities. This evolution supports digital transformation, AI and ML initiatives, and data ethics.
NEW: Announcing the DCAM knowledge modeling tools – powered by Solidatus
EDM Council has partnered with Solidatus to provide members with advanced tools that enable chief data officers and their organizations to more effectively manage their data supply chain and conform with regulatory, data privacy and other business process requirements. Firms can deliver their data management capability road-map while accelerating value delivery from their data assets.
Understand how DCAM version 2 has evolved from the previous version 1.3 and gain enhanced version-to-version traceability. EDM Council members can also r
egister for a read-only Solidatus account today in order to access eight DCAM models. Get started on the DCAM User Group on EDMConnect.
EDM Council released DCAM v2 in May 2019. The updated version removed duplication and streamlined the sub-capabilities across 31 capabilities, now organized into seven components.
Introduction of New Concepts
Firms are utilizing DCAM in a variety of ways throughout the data management program lifecycle, including these use cases:
1. Program Initiation
2. Current State Assessment, Benchmarking and Regulatory Readiness
3. Education and Certification