Thanks to a federal grant, the WI Department of Ag, Trade, and Consumer Protection will develop a GIS-based tool called “TIGER” to map and track contaminated food in the event of a terrorist attack.
To quickly understand the magnitude of this year’s flooding, the Wisconsin Department of Military Affairs turned to several unique mapping sources as tools to improve its coordination and information roles.
The National Geospatial Intelligence Agency wants your data for homeland security applications. What’s next on their list?
It’s been a bad couple of months around the state and nation. How has GIS played a role in the response?
Smoke drifts over Milwaukee
The Wisconsin Emergency Management (WEM) GIS needs assessment final report is now available for viewing. The 458-page report, produced by ESRI through a contractal agreement with WEM, is based on interviews with GIS users, and …
New group will help guide the development of a geospatial emergency management strategy for Wisconsin.
Recommends only modest restrictions on dissemination
GAO sees promise, challenges
Fewer cases here than in 2003, so far