Steve Critchlow and Mike Pownall
04 Sep 2012 to 04 Sep 2012
In 2009 several New Zealand private sector geospatial companies agreed that a new approach to implementing the NZ Geospatial Strategy was urgently required if its undeniable potential was to be realised. This led to the formation of the NZ Spatial Industries Business Association (SIBA). A “whole of sector” collaboration model of public-private partnerships was identified as the most likely approach to achieving the changes and providing growth opportunities for the spatial industry.
The Intervention Logic model developed for SIBA is presented in this paper. The model was invaluable for identifying and communicating the key benefits of government investment in a New Zealand spatial data infrastructure along with anticipated growth in demand to manage, improve and use spatial data with a new long-term perspective.
Anticipated benefits for New Zealand are increased entrepreneurial economic activity, clearer insights when making investments in community assets, many efficiency gains in citizens’ everyday activities, and more informed reporting and debate on serious matters affecting our natural and built environment.
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