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the action agenda
outcomes of the Action Agenda
The Action Agenda process ended in March 2004. Subsequently a review was undertaken by the Australian Government Department of Industry, Tourism and Resources between July 2004 and September 2004. The outcomes of this review are included in the report titled Review of the Implementation of the Spatial Information Industry Action Agenda and the Spatial Data Access and Pricing Policy.
The Spatial Information Industry Action Agenda Positioning for Growth (the Action Agenda) was established to encourage government and business to work together to create a dynamic new spatial information industry in Australia. The Action Agenda identified the changes required to capture future opportunities for growth in the industry.
implementing the Action Agenda
A Joint Steering Committee oversaw the implementation of the objectives outlined in the Positioning for Growth report into the spatial information industry. The Steering Committee oversaw implementation, identified priorities, and pursued objectives outlined in the report and identified throughout the implementation phase.
The Joint Steering Committee comprised representatives of:
ASIBA and the SSI implemented recommendations tasked to industry, while ANZLIC implemented recommendations at the State, Territory and Local Government level. The cooperation of other Australian Government Departments was also required in implementing the Action Agenda.
The Committee held its last meeting in March 2004.
Spatial Information Industry Action Agenda Positioning for Growth [PDF, September 2001]
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