The Victorian Digital Asset Strategy (VDAS) follows international best practices and standards. Continuing the drive towards consistency and best practice, Office of Projects Victoria (OPV) has secured access to international digital engineering standards through the Victorian Government Library Service. Victorian Public Service employees now have access to International Standards Organisation (ISO) 19650. ISO 19650 highlights the criticality and value of data and information over the entire life cycle of a built asset using building information modelling (BIM). The two available ISO standards are: BS EN ISO 19650-1: Organisation and digitisation of information about buildings and civil engineering works, including building information modelling -- Information management using building information modelling: Concepts and principles; and BS EN ISO 19650-2: Organisation and digitisation of information about buildings and civil engineering works, including building information modelling -- Information management using building information modelling: Delivery phase of the assets. ISO 19650 supersedes British Standards (BS) 1192:2007+A2:2016 and Publicly Available Specification (PAS) 1192-2:2013. How to access the standards The VDAS gives Victorian government practitioners access to ISO 19650-1 and -2 through an easy two-step process. For information on how to access ISO 19650-1 and -2 through the Victorian Government Library Service, download the following guidance documents: How to access ISO 19650 (PDF) How to access ISO 19650 (DOC) Note, these documents are only available to employees of: the Victorian Government; and departments and agencies who are members of the Victorian Government’s Shared Service Provider. Conditions of access You are authorised to print and download excerpts of the document contained in the subscription, provided that: you do not amend it or its accompanying graphics in any form; you do not remove any proprietary markings or electronic watermarks, including any copyrights and trademarks; you explicitly agree not to reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, resell or exploit any of the material for commercial purposes; you only copy a maximum of 25% of the content and paste it to another document for internal use. The copied content in the new document must contain a copyright notice. Such content is licensed for use only for the duration of the relevant subscription; a single copy of these documents may be viewed and printed for reference purposes and only for internal purposes within the site on which the copies are made. Such copies are dated and destroyed after the reference usage, typically no more than 60 working days after use; and these documents may not be filed to form part of any hard copy reference collection.