On Friday August the 9th, from 7am till 9am, at the Harbour 220 Room in Sydney’s CBD, SIBA is holding the latest of its ‘SIBA breakfast briefings’ – an ideal forum for SIBA members and industry stakeholders alike to calibrate their knowledge and business’ in line with changes in Government Spatial data policies.
The ability to access, reuse, value-add and commercialise Government owned data has been a significant driver of innovation, improved government services and economic benefit, and attending this breakfast provides a very special chance for SIBA members and industry to listen to the leaders in Government Spatial data policy at a National and NSW level, engage and share your ideas with them, network with your industry peers, and make new connections in this great industry.
The briefing includes presentations by:
- Drew Clarke – Independent Chair of ANZLIC – The Spatial Information Council and Secretary of the Department of Broadband, Communication and the Digital Economy. The Importance of spatial data to the Digital economy and the benefits of the spatial to industry and government.
- Helen Owens General Manager of the Office of Spatial Policy will be presenting on what is the ANZ Foundation Spatial Data Framework and why is it important? How the framework will work? Who is responsible for developing the framework? What happens next?
- Wayne Patterson, Senior Project Manager, Location Policy & Coordination Unit Land & Property Information Division, Department of Finance & Services. Update of progress on Foundation Data themes for NSW
The breakfast presentations will be followed up by a Q&A session with Drew Clarke, The Representative from the Office of Spatial Policy and Wayne Patterson.
This is an ideal opportunity to directly engage with Federal and NSW Government representatives and make your views heard. Just register here to get your seat at the table.