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SPACEPOL Academic Publishers Co/Government Policy Consulting
|Legal Name: The SPACEPOL Corporation|
|Operating Name: SPACEPOL Academic Publishers Co/Government Policy Consulting|
|Alternate Name: SPACEPOL Academic Publishers Co|
|Alternate Name: SPACEPOL Government Consulting|
|Alternate Name: SPNW Research Network NewsWire|
|Alternate Name: www.spacepol.ca|
11 Saint-Jean St
11 Saint-Jean St
|Telephone: (514) 313-5501|
|Fax: (514) 313-5501|
|Website URL: http://www.spacepol.ca|
|Hans G Anas|
|Title: Admin/Exec Assistant|
|Area of Responsibility: Administrative Services Customer Service Export Sales & Marketing|
|Telephone: (514) 313-5501|
|Fax: (514) 313-5501|
The SPACEPOL Corporation is a multilingual and multinational provider of literature and R&D services for the fields of Space Law and Technology Management. We employ a circular "research-literature-consulting" approach and the activities are therefore divided into a publishing and a R&D/Consulting arm.
SPACEPOL Academic Publishers is the publishing arm providing peer-reviewed, unique and up-to-date literature which is designed to fill the knowledge gap in key areas of Technology Planning, Aerospace Law and Post-collapse Economics and Business Modeling.
SPACEPOL Government Policy Consulting provides multilingual consulting services with a focus on Public Technology Planning (GOL), Space Law and trade network strategies for expat businesses located in protectionist markets. Our Geographic areas of specialization are the Nordic region and the Americas.
The company is a registered provider of products and services to the European Space Agency, the Canadian Space Agency, the Government of Canada and the United Nations.
UPDATED CORPORATE SECURITY POLICY 2009-09-06
Due to strict corporate security policy, preferred modes of contact are facsimile and e-mail (encrypted PKI option available upon request). Packages and mail sent without pre-registration/announcement to HQ will be returned at sender's expense. Please contact us by fax or e-mail in advance for mailing options.
|Country of Ownership:||Canada|
|Primary Industry (NAICS):||541690 - Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services|
|Alternate Industries (NAICS):||
511130 - Book Publishers
519130 - Internet Publishing and Broadcasting, and Web Search Portals
541720 - Research and Development in the Social Sciences and Humanities
|Primary Business Activity:||Services|
|Total Sales ($CDN):||$1 to $99,999|
|Export Sales ($CDN):||$1 to $99,999|
|Number of Employees:||3|
Product / Service / Licensing
Academic and research literature in the fields of Public Administration, Governance, Government Online, Public Management, Space Law and Non-technological labour market innovation policy.
Professional and Branch Directories
Professional and Branch Directories, including "NordicSpace 2009 - Who's Who in the Canadian and Nordic Space Sectors".
Government Policy Consulting
Consulting services for the Government of Canada and other governments relating to innovation policy, government online, comparative government online (Canada, Finland, Denmark, US, Argentina, Israel, Sweden and Italy) research and implementation. Consulting in public technology policy and spending as well as policy determination and participation methods (including awareness of lobbying group influence).
Innovation Policy Consulting
Expert research and consulting within the fields of public technology policy and innovation administration and spending, including Information Society and Government Online programmes.
Lecturing and Educational Services
Speaking, lecturing, educational services and training within the fields of non-technological and hybrid (technology-social science) innovation as well as planning and implementation of online services to the public and to customers.
Legal Research Services
Basic, specialised and applied legal research within the field of Space Law.
Academic Newswire Services from Canada, Argentina, the Nordic countries and the world, including investigative journalism based on research.
Research and Consulting for Investigative Reporting
Research and Consulting for Investigative Reporting within the subject matter of academic fraud, university corruption, advocacy-tainted research, research methodologies and hidden barriers to Canadian-EU researcher mobility.
Space Sector Services - Legal R&D
Legal research and development services within the field of Space Law.
7610-Books and Pamphlets
AJ00-General Science and Technology
AZ00-Other Research and Development
B309-Trade Issue Studies
B310-Foreign Policy/National Security Policy Studies
B329-Other Administrative Support Studies
B509-Other Studies and Analyses
D309-Information and Data Broadcasting or Data Distribution Services
D317-Automated News Services, Data Services, or Other Information Services. Buying data (the electronic equivalent of books, periodicals, newspapers, etc.
R000-Professional, Administrative and Management Support Services
R014-Operations Research Studies / Quantitative Analysis Studies
R019-Other Professional Services
R120-Policy Review/Development Services
R121-Program Evaluation Studies
R122-Program Management/Support Services
R199-Other Administrative and Management Support Services
U004-Scientific and Management Education
U099-Other Education and Training Services
Technology profileSPACEPOL uses technologies such as MARCXML and ONIX-XML to provide current and updated bibliographic data to libraries and other agencies in Canada and around the world. This technology has been certified by BookNet canada at the highest level since 2005. The US Library of Congress, the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) and Library and Archives Canada have utilised these services.
SPACEPOL has since 2007 exclusively utilised and further developed open-source solutions for the Internet and for local workstations. All technology in use at SPACEPOL is Unix-based. The enterprise is staffed by multifield experts with a high level of technological literacy.
Strategic alliances:The publishing arm is a sole provider of unique literature badly-needed by local and national governments. Distributors are sought on a global basis and SME's are given preference. Effective use of existing technologies, including book databases is central to our distribution policy.
Industry sector market interests:
- Information Technology and Telecommunications
- Service Industry
- Falkland Islands (Malvinas)
- New Zealand
Total plant size:
Research, Training and Government Consulting 30/100
Distribution of employeesHQ - Quebec (2), Latam Branch (1), Nordic Branch (1) with international employee and consultant circulation
Unique applications:SPACEPOL Biblioblog, providing MARC-XML, ONIX-XML and AUTHORITIES-XML information to libraries and booksellers in XML format since 2005.
Key / Major clients:Customers and agencies that have utilised our products and services include Library and Archives Canada, the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC), the United States Library of Congress, Coutts Library Services, Amazon.ca, Bowker, the Federal Government of Argentina, Stockmann Oy (Finland), the University of Helsinki, Starkmann Ltd (United Kingdom), Dawson Books (United Kingdom), Princeton University, Brigham Young University and the University of British Columbia.
Success stories:SPACEPOL Academic Publishers has been among the first Canadian publishers to provide Onix catalogue information and MARC21 Authority and Bibliographical records for our titles in XML format over the internet free of charge. This service has been utilised by organisations such as the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC), the US Library of Congress and Amazon Canada.
SPACEPOL Government Policy Consulting was a major participant in the Canadian Trade Mission to Finland in October 2006 offering information and was responsible for presentations relating to Legal Services and Policy Consulting for the Aerospace Industry.
Testimonial:Awarded Onix-XML Gold Standard Certification by BookNet Canada in for 2005 for quality and format of online bibliographical data. Recertified at Gold Standard 2006-2008.
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Date Modified: 2013-05-22