auPSI stands for "enabling access to and use of Australian public sector information (PSI) and data".
The auPSI project was initiated in 2007 by a group of researchers in Brisbane, Australia with the objective of developing information policy in order to enable access to, and encourage the use of, public sector information (PSI) and government data for social, cultural and economic advancement.
The auPSI site provides access to research, publications, presentations and other materials produced by members of the auPSI project team including Dr Anne Fitzgerald, Neale Hooper, Professor Brian Fitzgerald, Dr John Cook and Dr Cheryl Foong.
The auPSI site is an archive of the materials developed and presented by members of the auPSI project team.
The site has been developed and is maintained by:
Dr Anne Fitzgerald LLB(Hons), LLM, JSD, Barrister (Queensland)
Mobile: 61 + (0)408763767
Neale Hooper LLB, LLM, Intellectual Property Consultant
Mobile: 61 + (0)448966584
The auPSI project's objectives are to: