Australian Information Industry Association
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Special Interest Groups
State Govt SIG - NSW
The NSW Government SIG works with government to improve Digital policy, projects, procurement and SME access
Digital Identity SIG
The Digital Identity SIG provides input to Government in developing its national digital identity framework.
State Govt SIG - SA
The SA Government SIG works with government to improve Digital policy, projects and citizen engagement
State Govt SIG - QLD
The QLD Government SIG works with government to improve Digital policy, projects, procurement and SME access
Financial Services SIG
The Financial Services SIG provides networking and thought leadership in financial services technology.
Data and Analytics SIG
The Data & Analytics SIG promotes the data-based decision making for Government and Businesses.
The Education SIG advocates the sustainability of the Digital industry of Australia, through education.
State Govt SIG - VIC
The VIC Government SIG works with government to improve Digital policy and provide a voice for the industry
State Govt SIG - WA
The WA Government SIG works with government to improve Digital policy and stratgey, projects and procurement
The eSIG provides a forum to discuss environmental and sustainability policy, legislation and standards.
The Policy SIG exists to identify priority policy issues relevant to members and pursue appropriate action.
The GeoSpatial SIG advocates the analysis of government and business data in a geospatial context
The Security SIG focuses on effective application of ICT Security solutions and supports policy development.
Product Requirements SIG
The PRSG exists to monitor and advocate standards, requirements, policies and legislation for ICT equipment
The Health SIG promotes Industry and government collaboration to transform the healthcare industry
Tackling the mounting e-waste problem
Monday 3 July 2017
Australians are among the biggest users of technology in the world, buying millions of items a year. We love our gadgets and regularly update our devices, but the flip side of all this consumption is that electronic waste is one of the fastest growing types of waste.
AIIA welcomes expanded 457 visa MLSSL for ICT specialists
Monday 3 July 2017
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), the nation’s peak member body for the ICT industry, has issued the following statement in relation to the Government’s decision to revise the list of eligible skilled occupations on the 457 visas that bring temporary foreign workers into the country
Impact of the 2017-18 Federal Budget on the ICT industry
Wednesday 10 May 2017
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), the nation’s peak member body for the ICT industry, today released its views on how the proposed 2017-18 Federal Budget will impact the ICT industry.
Join the AIIA
Membership is open to all organisations involved in the Digital industry.
The AIIA provides a strong voice of influence, community through events and education, and networks for collaboration and inspiration.