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February 25th, 2013
New Zealand Geospatial Custodian Steps Down

 

Kevin Sweeney has recently stepped down from his post as Geospatial Custodian after more than three years at the Land Information New Zealand’s Geospatial Office. Rob Deacon, whom Sweeney hired last year to lead the national SDI programme, will be assuming the role of Acting Geospatial Custodian following Sweeney’s departure. Read More