Providing Government Collaboration and Public Distribution with Spatial Data Infrastructures

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Providing Government Collaboration and Public Distribution with Spatial Data Infrastructures

Governments at the local, regional, and national levels require current, accurate geographic information to make better decisions in multiple areas. Geospatial data can help government organizations better manage:

  • Border security, primarily at the national government level
  • Emergency management, involving prevention planning, civil protection, monitoring, and analysis of natural disasters and large public events
  • Infrastructure management for water and wastewater systems, transportation systems, city services (garbage, snow, parks), field equipment, and some utility systems
  • Land information management, including cadastre, forestry, agriculture, natural resources, urban planning, environmental protection, and economic development
  • Mapping and cartographic production, primarily at the regional and national government level
  • Public services (e-government), including businesses and citizens purchasing government information, accessing government information, and requesting services
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