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Association of Local Government Information Management

About Us

What is ALGIM?

The Association of Local Government Information Management (ALGIM) represents the national and international interests of the information, communication and technology (ICT) sector within New Zealand’s city, district and regional councils.  We provide best practice in the local government ICT sector by enhancing professional development through scholarships, training, events, awards and networking, and offer leadership through toolkits, advocacy, research and shared services. 


Our Mission Statement

“Creating a world-class Local Government ICT sector”

Our mission is to create a world-class Local Government ICT sector through: 

  1. Leadership
  2. Professional Development and Education
  3. Networking and Collaboration
  4. Information Provision and Research



The ALGIM Board consists of representatives from 10 Councils plus the Audit Office.

Each year ALGIM conducts a call for nominations for the Board.  As every Council is a member of ALGIM you are entitled to nominate a person from your Council to serve for the year which begins from the AGM to be held at the ALGIM Annual Conference each year. 

Nominations must be received by the close of business on the last working day in September each year, and can be received from council staff who are in a management role or leading a team in one of these activities – Information Technology, Information Management and Records, GIS, Customer Services, Web or Digital.

Please ensure you have approval from your manager before submitting a nomination form.   If you would like to know more about the role and responsibilities of serving on the ALGIM Board please don't hesitate to contact ALGIM on 06 351 6330.


Nominations for 2017 / 2018 must have been received by the Office of the Chief Executive before close of business on Friday 29 September 2017.

Contact Details are:


ALGIM Incorporated

Level 1, The Vogue Building

113 - 116 The Square



PO Box 849