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Opportunity to participate in the Information Management “Mandate” Review

(via Construction Leadership Council) A review of the Information Management “Mandate” has now commenced through the mobilisation of a Task Group to integrate the success of the BIM Mandate with the current IM Mandate.  The aim is to ensure this new development is relevant and achievable across the whole of the built and managed environment both now and for the future.  The aim is not to hinder, but to help, making things clearer and less ambiguous.

The revised Information Management Mandate was a key recommendation within the CLC Productivity Report with the initial IM Mandate first called for in the Transforming Infrastructure Performance 2030 Roadmap.

The Task Group is consulting with members across the built and managed environment to collate insights and feedback surrounding the approach, its scope, presentation and implementation plan. A key objective of the group is to ensure transparency and inclusivity throughout the revision process as well as ensuring the work will be applicable to everyone across industry, regardless of their digital maturity.  

The Task Group are working to launch the refreshed Approach and the means for implementing this in the autumn 2024. They are currently looking for people engaged in all stages and sectors of the built and managed environment to gather input as part of the consultation. If you would like to be involved, please complete this expression of interest form.

Task Group members:

  • Anne Kemp (chair) – Technical Director, AtkinsRéalis and Chair, Nima
  • Patricia Massey – Digital & technology, BEAMA
  • Benjamin Smith – Vice Chair, IM4PS
  • Dan Rossiter FCIAT – Built Environment Sector Lead, BSI
  • Simon Lewis – Vice Chair, Nima and Partner in Construction and Engineering Team, Womble Bond Dickinson
  • Emma Hooper – Vice Chair, buildingSMART UK and Ireland Chapter
  • John Roberts – Chief Engineer, McGee and RAEng Visiting Professor for Digital Technologies at the University of Hertfordshire
  • Malcom Taylor – Expert Advisor, Crossrail International
  • Karen Alford – Digital and Data Standards Manager, Asset Management and Engineering, Environment Agency
  • Melissa Zanocco – Capital Projects & Infrastructure, Accenture
  • Gordon Mitchell – WHOLUS Co-Founder, Convenor ISO TC267 WG6 Digital, Data and Technology
  • Richard Thompson – Enterprise Data Manager, Sellafield Ltd
  • Nigel Stroud – Principle Digital Asset Data Lead, Heathrow Airport Ltd
  • Chris Lees – Chief Executive, Data Clan
  • Matt Webb – Head of Enterprise Data Management, UK power networks
  • James Daniel – Head of Digital Engineering, HS2 Ltd
  • Nicola Pearson – Principal, Kilgour Associates
  • George Mokhtar – Head of Real Estate Digital, Turner and Townsend

Following the mobilisation of the Task Group (which includes four nima ambassadors), nima has been actively engaged in the early consultation processes. Nima chair Anne Kemp is leading the task group and has facilitated initial workshops held with representatives of nima’s communities, its affiliates, the IM4PS (information management for public services) group, and the nima Technology Group. Consultations with all of these groups and others will continue through to the launch of the updated approach in Autumn 2024.

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