The technical services branch of the Wisconsin Legislature recently began a project aimed at improving the flow of geospatial data between local governments and the U.S. Census Bureau.
The U.S. Census Bureau is encouraging Wisconsin counties to consider participating in their County Consolidated Boundary and Annexation Survey (C-BAS). The deadline to participate is August 1.
A recently-published report commissioned by Governor Scott Walker suggests Wisconsin has fallen behind as an innovator in geospatial information services, and offers specific recommendations to address this problem.
Program allows geospatial content providers to send their data to Google.
The $800,000 NSDI CAP provides seed funding across six categories related to geospatial collaboration, standards development, metadata, and return on investment (ROI) methodology and business case development.
Applications for the 2007 National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NDSI) Cooperative Agreements Program must be submitted by January 26. Wisconsin applicants have been very successful in recent years.