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The Housing and Homelessness Information Management Group (HHIMG) met for the first time in June 2009—it assumes the roles previously undertaken by the National Committee for Housing Information (NCHI) and the SAAP Information Sub Committee (SAAP ISC).
HHIMG is responsible for advising the Housing & Homelessness Policy Research Working Group (HHPRWG) on national housing and homelessness matters and HHPRWG, through the HHIMG’s Chair, reports the activities of HHIMG to the Housing Ministers’ Advisory Committee (HMAC).
The HHIMG, as specified in the Terms of Reference (49KB DOC), is responsible for:
The HHIMG Chair is an HHPRWG member and is appointed by the HHPRWG. The Chair is responsible for overseeing and monitoring the work of the HHIMG and for facilitating appropriate communication with the HHPRWG. The Chair is also responsible for provision of regular reports to HHPRWG and HMAC.
The HHIMG includes up to two representatives (who will be able to appropriately represent their jurisdictional positions including on policy and data issues associated with both housing and homelessness) from each state and territory and the Australian Government. In addition, membership will include a representative from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), two representatives from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) (one each representing the areas of housing and homelessness) and one representative from the Secretariat (currently AIHW).
Members may nominate a proxy for their representative by advising the Chair through the Secretariat. Proxy representatives have all the rights and responsibilities of members.
Members may invite additional individuals as content specialists or subject experts to attend meetings as required by advising the Chair through the Secretariat at least 3 days prior to any meeting which the specialist/expert is to attend. Invited specialists or experts have observer status but may contribute information and provide opinions.
The Chair is currently Marion Bennett (Housing NSW).
Secretariat support is provided by AIHW.
The HHIMG meets as required, with at least two face-to-face meeting every twelve months.
25 February 2014 (face-to-face)(Sydney)
Contact the secretariat for more information.