The Wisconsin Land Information Association (WLIA) Geospatial Preparedness Task Force (GPTF) is currently conducting a survey to identify the spatial data needs for emergency management and homeland security in Wisconsin. The goal is to identify the most critical layers needed in emergencies and who is responsible for maintaining these datasets. Ultimately the task force will make recommendations on how we can narrow the gaps on these important data holdings.
Anyone who works in or supports emergency management, homeland security, or public safety is encouraged to take the survey. Whether you are a planner, wildlife manager, law enforcement officer, fire department official, or any other related field, you are encouraged to take the survey.
We hope you will take just a few short minutes in answering all the questions. The information collected will remain confidential and will be used to aggregate and segment results. Contact info may be used to follow up or clarify your answers.
The final report of the GPTF will be posted on the WLIA Web site later this year.