National Schools Interoperability Program (NSIP)
During 2010 to 2015 (ongoing) Aprina has provided key services to the National Schools Interoperability Program (NSIP). NSIP is a national program sponsored by the Australian Government Department of Education and Australian State and Territory Education Chief Information Officers. It was established to support the development of digital learning infrastructure and to improve access to information for decision makers through more effective linking of information systems across the Australian schools sector.
Daniel Ingvarson, as senior principal consultant on this project, has provided services to NSIP as Program Lead – Projects, to conduct or assisted projects that;
- improve the exchange of educational data between systems within organisations;
- provide teachers and learners in one organisation with managed access to services provided by another organisation; and
- facilitate the exchange of information about learners between organisations for student transfer and reporting purposes.
These projects have established a shared knowledge base, a collection of reusable assets and collaborative processes to accelerate the delivery ICT projects locally and nationally.
Matt Deeble supported NSIPs' delivery of Annual stakeholder reporting, authoring of advice papers for stakeholders and the NSIP Program work plan.
Mim Ingvarson provided services to NSIP to manage NSIP Advocacy and Industry engagement, establish the SIF Association Community in Australia and SIF AU Membership services to Australian vendors and education providers. She has established business and school level advocacy channels, developed primary information and promotion materials on SIF and NSIP generally for Australian audiences.
Though it’s services to NSIP, Aprina has co-ordinated and delivered advice, IT project architecture and management, and worked collaboratively with government and non-government bodies.