New approaches to information management systems: can a distributed approach to IM be made to work?
Source TitleVictorian Council of Social Service (VCOSS) Interoperability Forum
University of Melbourne Author/sVines, Richard
AffiliationeScholarship Research Centre
CitationsVines, R. (2009). New approaches to information management systems: can a distributed approach to IM be made to work? In Victorian Council of Social Service (VCOSS) Interoperability Forum, Caufield, Victoria.
Access StatusOpen Access
Deposited with permission of eScholarship Research Centre
This PowerPoint presentation was delivered by Richard Vines tothe VCOSS Interoperability Forum. In this introduction, it washighlighted that if data sharing occurred in a seamless way, therewould be an ability to monitor for emergent patterns acrossdifferent service systems within the Victorian community sector.It was this point that sparked the interest of the VictorianGovernment’s Office for the Community sector, which led to theestablishment of the “Better Integrated Standards and QualityAssurance Systems” (BISQAS) initiative, with the support of VCOSSrepresentatives. Subsequent to this Forum, the eSRC was invitedto tender for this BISQAS initiative in April 2009.
Keywordsinformation management; interoperability; data management; community sector
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