Place-based policies and how they are linked to government service delivery to citizens in any location will be discussed at the spatial@gov Conference and Exhibition 2012.
The event taking place at the National Convention Centre in Canberra on the 20th to the 22nd of November will include premise of ‘Future Directions: Linking People, Policy and Place.
This subject matter will include ‘strategy’ on public policy and standards as well as ‘innovation’ on research and commercialisation.
‘Strategy’ will look at the policy settings required to ensure governments can use location-based business intelligence supporting better informed policy and planning decisions.
The ‘Innovation’ subject will look at how governments may work with the commercial and research sectors to drive innovation in the Australian and New Zealand spatial sector.
It will also include the 2012 Asia-Pacific Spatial Excellence Industry Awards at the conference dinner, as well as other networking events, technical exhibition and place-based capabilities.
Speakers will include international and local leaders discussing future directions and driving the commercial and research sectors.
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