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strategic plan 2005-2010

ANZLIC's vision

Australia's and New Zealand's economic growth, and social and environmental interests are underpinned by quality spatially referenced information.

Note: "quality spatially referenced data" means spatially referenced information that is current, complete, accurate, affordable, accessible and integratable.

ANZLIC will achieve its Vision through:

  • national leadership and advocacy;
  • partnerships between the community, industry and governments; and
  • promulgation and adoption of standards, policies and guidelines.

Strategic Plan 2005 - 2010

2010 SCORECARD 2010 OUTCOMES

The accepted norm

Adoption across multiple sectors

No major information gaps

SPATIAL INFORMATION IS UBIQUITOUS

Use in commercial applications

High satisfaction ratings

Seen as an important 'enabler'

PUBLIC CONFIDENCE IN LOCATION SERVICES

Strong standards compliance

Single point of access

Internet delivery and portrayal

EASY ACCESS TO SPATIAL INFORMATION

Strong growth statistics

Governance structures operating

Good career opportunities

ROBUST AUSTRALASIAN SPATIAL INDUSTRY

Winning overseas contracts

Partnering international agencies

Global conference invitations

RECOGNISED GLOBAL CAPABILITY
STRATEGTIC PATHWAYS
National Alignment Enable Critical Applications Capture Once Use Many East of Access Reduce Regulatory Inhibitors Education & Skills Development Strategic & Policy Leadership

Milestones 2006

  1. Parliament House national SI showcase
  2. Jurisdictional SI showcases
  3. Showcase 'Team Australia/NZ' at FIG in 2006
  4. Industry partnerships developed
  5. Framework to identify key national datasets
  6. Topographic Information Management Toolkit & standards developed
  7. Develop and deliver metadata tool compliant with new ANZLIC metadata profile
  8. One new community of practice engaged
  9. Graduate & practitioner recruitment and skills needs/ development promoted
  10. Schools education package developed
  11. Harmonised regulatory framework scoped

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