A study has been carried out under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (NRE) through the Malaysian Centre for
Geospatial Data Infrastructure (MaCGDI), in preparing a Master Plan for National Geospatial, especially in establishing:
Draft National Geospatial Policy
Proposed Organisation Structure for National Geospatial Governance
Proposed National Geospatial Enterprise Architecture Framework
Strategic Plan for the National Geospatial agenda for the next 10 years, and
Draft Legislation National Geospatial
The objectives of this project are:
Strengthening governance through the fortification of national geospatial efforts with effective implementation, coordination and enforcement;
Setting a strategic direction for the development of infrastructure / mechanisms for sharing, usage, legislation and enforcement of national geospatial information in an efficient and effective manner for achieving sustainable development through natural growth based on the geospatial information and improving competitiveness and economic growth in the process; and
Empowering the National Geospatial Data Infrastructure programme which is also known as "MyGDI" (Malaysia Geospatial Data Infrastructure) by managing geospatial information more clearly and comprehensively, and moving towards the creation of a spatially-enabled government.
So how will this project affect you as a geospatial practitioner, and the Malaysian geospatial industry in general? Make sure you attend this workshop to be in the know!