Information Governance Programs

Full Suite of Services for Design & Implementation of Information Governance Programs.

These programs are a set of multi-disciplinary structures, policies, procedures, processes and controls implemented to manage information on all media in such a way that it supports the organizations immediate and future regulatory, legal, risk, environmental and operational requirements. Typical components of our programs include:

Information Map

An inventory of the enterprise's recorded information. The map provides both volumetric and location information to various strategic needs such as e-discovery planning, data mining, system integration, and data migration.

Compliance Requirements

A compilation of the rules governing the conduct of business.  Provides specific requirements regarding information creation, access, segregation, use, and destruction within compliance processes. Requirements may originate from local, state, federal, or international entities.

Retention Rules

Also known as records retention or records disposition schedule, defines the requirements for how long recorded information is to be retained by the enterprise.

Protection / Access Rules

A compilation of legal, regulatory, internal and contractual compliance requirements for protection of certain types of recorded information limiting access and dissemination.


A standard classification schema across the enterprise.


One of the most important aspects of the program and necessary to change the behaviors of staff. Millican provides both classroom and web-based training programs

Policies & Procedures

Identify the multi-disciplinary roles and responsibilities for the typical cross-cutting information governance program.

Desktop Guidance

Assists the end-user in understanding their roles and responsibilities in creating and saving unstructured data created at their workstation.

Services, Strategies, and Solutions for Information Governance