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The Australian Government Information Interoperability Framework identifies those components that support an environment where information that is generated and held by government will be valued and managed as a national strategic asset. The Framework provides the principles that underpin sound information management and establishes the concepts, practices and tools that will drive the successful sharing of information across government boundaries. Information interoperability describes the ability to confidently exchange information across portfolio boundaries. Information interoperability provides significant benefits, including:
The Australian Government Information Interoperability Framework was developed by the Information Interoperability Working Group, a reference group formed from representatives a range of Australian Government agencies nominated by the former Chief Information Officers’ Committee (CIOC) and supported by Finance.