The QSIC concept was born in 1991 as the Queensland Land Information Council (QLIC). This was replaced in 1997 by the Queensland Spatial Information Infrastructure Council (QSIIC) and in 2005 became known as the Queensland Spatial Information Council (QSIC).
The objective of QSIC is the efficient and effective development and maintenance of Queensland's spatial information framework, which contributes significantly to the State's economic and social development.
Access to more information is available by clicking on the following links:
- About QSIC and QSIC Terms of Reference
- QSIC standards
- QSIC Office reports
- QSIC Office business plans
- QSIC Strategic Plans
- QSIC meeting minutes
- Useful industry links
Last updated 14 February 2013