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|OER Policy URL=http://www.ausgoal.gov.au/
 
|OER Policy URL=http://www.ausgoal.gov.au/
 
|Description=AusGOAL, the Australian Governments Open Access and Licensing Framework, provides support and guidance to government and related sectors to facilitate open access to publicly funded information. AusGOAL makes it possible for organisations to manage their risks when publishing information and data in a way that drives innovation and entrepreneurial activities; providing enhanced economic and social benefits to the wider community. AusGOAL incorporates a licence suite that includes: the Australian Creative Commons Version 3.0 licences; the AusGOAL Restrictive Licence Template and the BSD 3-Clause software licence; Licensing tools; an AusGOAL Microsoft Office App (coming soon); the Licence Chooser tool and 'Licence Manager' licence injector software; Resources; an emphasis on open formats and open access to publicly funded information; a policy requirement to choose the least restrictive licence appropriate to the material being published.
 
|Description=AusGOAL, the Australian Governments Open Access and Licensing Framework, provides support and guidance to government and related sectors to facilitate open access to publicly funded information. AusGOAL makes it possible for organisations to manage their risks when publishing information and data in a way that drives innovation and entrepreneurial activities; providing enhanced economic and social benefits to the wider community. AusGOAL incorporates a licence suite that includes: the Australian Creative Commons Version 3.0 licences; the AusGOAL Restrictive Licence Template and the BSD 3-Clause software licence; Licensing tools; an AusGOAL Microsoft Office App (coming soon); the Licence Chooser tool and 'Licence Manager' licence injector software; Resources; an emphasis on open formats and open access to publicly funded information; a policy requirement to choose the least restrictive licence appropriate to the material being published.
AusGOAL builds upon the Queensland Governments Government Information Licensing Framework (GILF).  
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AusGOAL builds upon the Queensland Governments Government Information Licensing Framework (GILF).
 
|Author=Cross Jurisdictional Chief Information Officers Committee (CJCOC)
 
|Author=Cross Jurisdictional Chief Information Officers Committee (CJCOC)
|OER Policy Date=2011
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|OER Policy Date=2011/01/01
 
|OER Policy Status=Current
 
|OER Policy Status=Current
 
|Language code=English
 
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|Country=Australia
 
|Country=Australia
 
|OER Policy Institution=Australian government
 
|OER Policy Institution=Australian government
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|Tag=australia
 
|License short name=CC BY
 
|License short name=CC BY
 
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Includes a 'how to implement' guide
 
Includes a 'how to implement' guide

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Date: 2011/01/01
Policy Status: Current
Language: English
Jurisdiction: National
Country: Australia
Institution: Australian government
Policy license: CC BY

Tags: australia

Policy Title: AUSGoal - Australian Governments Open Access and Licensing Framework - Go to the policy
Author(s): Cross Jurisdictional Chief Information Officers Committee (CJCOC)
Description: AusGOAL, the Australian Governments Open Access and Licensing Framework, provides support and guidance to government and related sectors to facilitate open access to publicly funded information. AusGOAL makes it possible for organisations to manage their risks when publishing information and data in a way that drives innovation and entrepreneurial activities; providing enhanced economic and social benefits to the wider community. AusGOAL incorporates a licence suite that includes: the Australian Creative Commons Version 3.0 licences; the AusGOAL Restrictive Licence Template and the BSD 3-Clause software licence; Licensing tools; an AusGOAL Microsoft Office App (coming soon); the Licence Chooser tool and 'Licence Manager' licence injector software; Resources; an emphasis on open formats and open access to publicly funded information; a policy requirement to choose the least restrictive licence appropriate to the material being published.

AusGOAL builds upon the Queensland Governments Government Information Licensing Framework (GILF).

Policy Comments:

Includes a 'how to implement' guide