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Recommended Processes

Recognising that resources for information management are limited, it is vital for information professionals to work alongside other stakeholders in identifying priority areas for information development. To ensure that the interests of an appropriate range of stakeholders are represented — whether these are information specialists, policy-makers, resource users or other groups — a high degree of consultation is desirable during this process. Indeed, the very act of discussing priorities can build important ties between stakeholders as well as sensitising them to the role and value of environmental information in their daily work.

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