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Geospatial Data: Progress Needed in Identifying Expenditures, Building and Utilizing a Data Infrastructure, and Reducing Duplicative Efforts
Daivd A. Powner (au)
The federal government collects, maintains, and uses geospatial information -- data linked to specific geographic locations -- to help support varied missions, including national security and natural resources conservation. To coordinate geospatial activities, in 1994 the President issued an executive order to develop a National Spatial Data Infrastructure -- a framework for coordination that includes standards, data themes, and a clearinghouse. This report (1) describes the geospatial data that selected federal agencies and states use and how much is spent on geospatial data; (2) assesses progress in establishing the National Spatial Data Infrastructure; and (3) determines whether selected federal agencies and states invest in duplicative geospatial data. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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