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Activities in government institutions have many contain of information, that is managing in performing administrative functions. Law no. 30 of 2014 concerning Government Administration and Law No. 34 of 2009 concerning Archives requires government institutions to manage information appropriately. Researchers investigated information governance carried out by the work unit at the Batam Indonesia Free-Zone Authority to support the good governance process. This research uses qualitative methods with a case study approach to get comprehensive results. The results of interviews, observations and documentation studies simultaneously use data triangulation techniques by displaying, presenting data and verifying data. Results of this research indicate on institutional demands, regulations, and standards, the Batam Indonesia Free-Zone Authority's correspondence and archive sections have successfully implemented information governance. Availability is still at level 2 (development stage) and transparency, protection, and retention are at level 5 (maintenance stage) of the eight concepts investigated (has been implemented). The matrix Model used for the assessment has reached level 3, which is an essential level for the implementation of Information Governance. It is prospective that future research will try to analyze information governance principles to fix problems in each of these principles.