It’s the New Year, always a good time to take a few moments to anticipate what the next twelve months may bring. For several reasons I am very excited about the potential prospect of good things happening in 2007.
Throughout the summer and fall this year, work has continued on the drafting of a statewide GIS strategic plan. A draft for comments was distributed in October, and a public review session is coming soon.
The core planning team’s primary goal is to identify critical statewide GIS challenges that will occur over the next 3-5 years, and propose recommendations to meet those challenges.
Planning Team Holds Third Meeting
Getting outdoors for some quality family time sounds like a great excuse for plunking down a couple hundred dollars on the latest GPS gear.
Wisconsin Public Service Commission deserves praise for including land information provisions in recent wireless 911 grant awards.
FGDC-funded workshop conducted to build the case for better GIS coordination in Wisconsin.
New feature will provide an in-depth look at GIS/LIS projects around Wisconsin. We need your help!
The month of December is an appropriate time to look back over the past year. It’s nice to bask in the glow of accomplishments, and maybe not quite as pleasant, contemplate those things that didn’t go well.
Jeff Bluske talks about on land records modernization