Controlled language is an umbrella term that indicates an agreed-upon use of language in a predetermined or predictable way for describing organizational information resources, regardless of format. This guideline provides an understanding of what controlled language is and how it benefits organizations by:
- Reducing search time and increasing the reliability of search results
- Improving organizational communication
- Avoiding duplication
- Reducing corporate risk exposure in legal and other discovery processes
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