The Shared Land Information Platform (SLIP), a ground-breaking cross-government technology initiative in which Lieblich & Associates allies Amristar and iDelve  played a key part, has been awarded top honours at this year’s Premier’s Awards for Excellence in Public Sector Management.
Premier Colin Barnett made the announcement at a ceremony last night in Perth.
SLIP, initially conceived and led by Landgate, also won the ‘Improving Government’ category that recognises ‘outstanding achievement towards strengthening the systems of Western Australian Government and maintaining a skilled, diverse and ethical public sector that serves Western Australians.’

Landgate is the statutory authority responsible for Western Australia’s land and property information.

Lieblich & Associates allies Amristar and iDelve were chosen to provide spatial architecture, software engineering and the map viewing technology for the SLIP Framework after a rigorous selection process by the leading government agencies involved in spatial data management (Landgate, Dept. of Agriculture & Food,  Fire and Emergency Services Authority and Dept. of Planning and Infrastructure).

The SLIP platform was successfully launched in August 2008, and its achievements have  been recognized with awards by the Spatial Sciences Institute. It has won the APSEA 2008 award for Spatially Enabled Government as well as this 2008 Premiers Award for Improving Government.

Lieblich & Associates is a significant shareholder in both  Amristar and iDelve , and Steve Lieblich is the Chairman of their boards.