There is also an opportunity to include stronger compliance measures with the Commonwealth electronic record keeping standard to ensure that transfer of records to the National Archive can occur in a timely, tecnologically efficient manner.
Acil Tasman did a study of the economic value to Australia were we to release PSI on behalf of the Spatial Information Industry Association. Alan Smart gave a presentation on it at my “local 2020 summit” leading up to the 2020 Summit. Here is the event link: http://tomw.net.au/moodle/course/view.php?id=9
Here are the links to the video recording, slide show and specific recommendations endorsed on the day:
I note that DSD generally does not approve government use of iphones because there is some security deficiency. As more innovative and media-rich PDAs enter the market, it is helpful in a cultural sense that our public servants use with confidence and familiarity the same tools that citizens may well be using to access government services online. Can this security deficiency be fixed?
I like how this section reflects on the collaborative style of the open source community and presents evidence of where the same approach can produce very good outcomes elsewhere. While no single agency or organisation can ever claim to be the sole authority: govt can create an authoritative space where those interested, with expertise and/or experience can openly collaborate to achieve real outcomes. Very exciting. Begin experimenting.