The Queensland Government through the Department of Public Works has been licensed as an Accredited Partner of the SFIA Foundation. As such, Queensland Government agencies are required to comply with copyright laws by ensuring that correct referencing is included into any communication products (e.g. role descriptions) that use SFIA. Therefore, please ensure that the appropriate acknowledgement statement is utilised below.
If you wish to make reference to SFIA in an article, presentation or other publication, please acknowledge the ownership of SFIA:
The Skills Framework for the Information Age is owned by the SFIA Foundation: www.SFIA-online.org.
If you wish to use text from SFIA, please use this acknowledgment:
This publication includes text from the Skills Framework for the Information Age, under licence from the SFIA Foundation.
If a document contains a significant amount of SFIA text (i.e. if the document would lose much of its usefulness without the SFIA text), then please use this acknowledgment:
This publication quotes extensively from the Skills Framework for the Information Age, under licence from the SFIA Foundation.
Furthermore, distribution of the SFIA is a breach of copyright. Therefore, any material produced by the SFIA Foundation (i.e. the SFIA Framework or A3 chart) should not be accessible by the public through a Queensland Government internet site. However, sharing this information internally within a department (e.g. through a department’s intranet site), between Queensland Government departments or through the QGCIO GovNet site is allowed.