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Association of Local Government Information Management

ALGIM Autumn Conference - GIS & IRM (Information Records Management)

James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor, Wellington
22 May 2017, 9:00 a.m. – 23 May 2017, 3:30 p.m.

About ALGIM Autumn Conference

 

The 2017 Autumn Conference was held 22nd - 23rd May 2017 at James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor, Wellington.

This new event joined together two of ALGIM's excellent Symposiums - GIS and Information Records Management. Offering professional development, world class international speakers, workshops and networking, this is the premier event for anyone in these fields, and brings together practitioners and experts from across all New Zealand's Councils. 

These two topics are run as individual streams within one Conference, coming together for high quality strategic keynote speakers that can talk across the ICT department, as well as for shared networking opportunities. It is designed for the sector by the sector.

 

Contents

Speakers Presentations

2017 ALGIM Autumn Conference Awards

Enquiries

 

2017  ALGIM Autumn Conference Awards

The ALGIM GIS Awards and IRM Awards recognise and celebrate best practice in GIS and Information Records Management respectively amongst New Zealand Local Authorities. They aim to encourage Local Government to be innovative, service-focused and recognised in supporting their organisation and communities of interest. 

Congratulations to the following award winners

 

2017 ALGIM IRM PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AWARD

Adrienne Bonnington, Senior Environmental Information Analyst, Horizons Regional Council

 

2017 ALGIM GIS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AWARD

Elisabeth Leighfield, Spatial Analyst and Applications Developer, Horowhenua District Council

 

2017 ALGIM IRM LEADER OF THE YEAR AWARD

Ian Tate, Information Manager, Horowhenua District Council

 

2017 ALGIM GIS LEADER OF THE YEAR AWARD

Alex Robertson, Spatial Analyst, Wellington City Council

 

2017 ALGIM IRM PROJECT OF THE YEAR AWARD

Winner:Wellington City Council , Project: A Collaborative to Managing a Project – Wellington City Archives Search and Reporting Interface

Runner Up:Taupo District Council, Project: Treasures from the Garage – Community Archives for the Future

 

2017 ALGIM GIS PROJECT OF THE YEAR AWARD

Winner:New Plymouth District Council, Project: Waahi Tapu and Archaeological Sites Review – Using a GID Platform to Support a Collaborative Planning Process

Runner Up: Far North District Council, Project: Lets Plan Together – Community Engagement in District Planning

 

 

Conference Enquiries

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