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The Australian '''National Spatial and Information Management (NSIM) Working Group''' was set up under the strategic guidance of the [[National Counter-Terrorism Committee]], the Australian Emergency Management Committee and the [[National Committee on Critical Infrastructure Protection]].
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The Australian '''[http://www.nsim.gov.au/ National Spatial and Information Management (NSIM) Working Group]''' was set up under the strategic guidance of the [[National Counter-Terrorism Committee]], the Australian Emergency Management Committee and the [[National Committee on Critical Infrastructure Protection]].
   
 
The work of NSIM will support [[counterterrorism]] ([[CT]]), emergency management (EM) and [[critical infrastructure protection]] ([[CIP]]) across Australia and will encompass prevention, preparedness, response and recovery.
 
The work of NSIM will support [[counterterrorism]] ([[CT]]), emergency management (EM) and [[critical infrastructure protection]] ([[CIP]]) across Australia and will encompass prevention, preparedness, response and recovery.
   
 
NSIM is focused on facilitating the development of [[spatial information]] capabilities to enhance decision-making across [[CT]], EM and [[CIP]], and supporting a range of [[information management]] capabilities and objectives within EM.
 
NSIM is focused on facilitating the development of [[spatial information]] capabilities to enhance decision-making across [[CT]], EM and [[CIP]], and supporting a range of [[information management]] capabilities and objectives within EM.
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Latest revision as of 00:25, 2 May 2012

Overview[]

The Australian National Spatial and Information Management (NSIM) Working Group was set up under the strategic guidance of the National Counter-Terrorism Committee, the Australian Emergency Management Committee and the National Committee on Critical Infrastructure Protection.

The work of NSIM will support counterterrorism (CT), emergency management (EM) and critical infrastructure protection (CIP) across Australia and will encompass prevention, preparedness, response and recovery.

NSIM is focused on facilitating the development of spatial information capabilities to enhance decision-making across CT, EM and CIP, and supporting a range of information management capabilities and objectives within EM.