The intent is to develop a dynamic framework of foundational and technical competencies for entry-level workers. The Employment and Training Administration ETA competency model initiative is intended to identify core competencies — academic, workplace, and technical — that every worker in a selected industry needs to know and be able to do.
China, Japan and Singapore stressed the need to make capacity building for developing countries in the area of geospatial information a priority item in the work of UN-GGIM.
He noted that the broad and integrated nature of the Agenda requires innovative ways of tackling development challenges, and highlighted that the ways in which countries collect, process, and manage data need to undergo a similar revolution, to ensure the monitoring and evidence-based decision making for the SDGs.
Liu Zhenmin suggested GGIM can contribute to the creation of a new data ecosystem for sustainable development. He added that, through developing norms, standards, guides, and capacity building for geospatial management, GGIM can contribute to the creation of a new data ecosystem for sustainable development, as integrated information systems will ensure that all countries will be able to measure and monitor the state of the people and planet, while informing the decisions of citizens and governments with timely data.
Mexico expressed concern about mobilizing budgetary and extra-budgetary resources for implementing the proposed GGIM Strategic Framework and possible expansion related to the Agenda.
Belgium suggested using existing associations and organizational structures to implement the Framework. China added that all governments should make geospatial information the primary source of data for social and economic development. The Resolution also requests the UN Secretary-General to try to mobilize additional resources, including through trust funds and other sources.
The framework is designed as an overarching global policy framework for the GGIM to communicate and reference the importance of integrating geospatial information into global development policies, and to contribute to national implementations of the Agenda.
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We do this is within the framework of our core functional areas that support the Army Geospatial Enterprise: Warfighter Support and Production; Enterprise Development and System Acquisition Support and Research, Development, Test and Evaluation.
Preface This proposal of a data framework to organize and enhance the activities of the geospatial data community to meet needs for basic themes of data was developed. It also recognised the role of UN-GGIM in the implementation of the Agenda for Sustainable Development, the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction , the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, and the SAMOA Pathway, and that the Committee is well placed to continue to contribute to the work of the United Nations.
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