Gov2Gov Sharing: Enabling Geocoding, Routing, and Parcel viewers
The business of government is to provide services for the community. In GIS that typically means providing maps and services related to the jurisdiction. Of course, in the real world, life does not stop at jurisdictional boundaries.
How can governments jointly serve their citizens, businesses, and emergency services with, better than Google, mapping? Can they control access to value-added attributes, while sharing the basics? How do we promote our value-added details through use by others? And, how can we automate, to avoid unnecessary and additional work requirements?
This session will look at ways that governments can preserve their data integrity and still share the core elements needed to build these high-value internal and external map services for our citizenry.