Australian Information Industry Association

  

Open Submissions

AIIA Members are encouraged to participate in the development of AIIA responses to submissions in their areas of interest and expertise.

AIIA Response Matrix

The following matrix was developed in conjunction with AIIA's Policy Special Interest Group in order to evaluate how responses and submissions are prioritised.

Priority

Criteria

Outcome

High

Issue directly falls within AIIA’s 5 policy priorities; and

Issue has industry wide and high impact i.e. relevant and important to majority of members/industry as a whole; and

An ability to influence agenda:

- Do we articulate a compelling or unique point of view?

- Do we have (time to collect) robust evidence to support our position?; and a reasonable number of members (3-5) available to:

  • Commit time
  • Provide meaningful comment
  • Do follow up media

Adopt high impact strategy which may include a combination of:

- Formal submission

- Delegation

- Letter

- Other

Medium

Issue directly or indirectly falls within AIIA’s 5 policy priorities; and

Issue impacts a reasonable number of members (i.e. estimated to impact at least 15% of members); and

An ability to influence agenda:

- Do we articulate a compelling or unique point of view?

- Do we have (time to collect) robust evidence to support our position?; and a reasonable number of members (1-3) available to:

  • Commit time
  • Provide meaningful comment

Short letter or email response

Low

Issue falls indirectly within AIIA’s 5 policy priorities; and

Issue impacts members on an individual level (as opposed to industry wide)

No response

Active Submissions

  • Government unveils data breach notification bill

    Submission closing date: Friday 4 March 2016

    The government has published an exposure draft of its bill for mandatory data breach notifications, specifying what it considers to be a serious breach and how organisations will need to respond.

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