When I joined my current employer, they had just started an informal project with 6 BI developers to deliver a host of new reports against their new data warehouse using SSRS 2016 Standard.
These are the standards I put together to try and bring some consistency to both the reports and the environments.
Like with any standards, my goal was to address the main areas whilst not being too onerous by concerning ourselves with minute details. It was also to provide a steer on items which end up being arbitrary decisions such as the names of data-sources.
Hopefully it can act as a starting point for your own organisations. I’ll look to cover the rationale behind the access model in another post.
The document, which also contains details on how to setup the project configurations can be found here.
How to enable Remote Errors in SSRS