A proposal for the dissolution of WIGICC.
The Version 1 statewide parcel database — containing over 3 million parcels with their attributes — has been completed. The database is accompanied by an interim report that summarizes the “V1” project and makes recommendations for strategic funding of improvements to the parcel layer.
A new advisory council is being formed to advise on matters related to the Wisconsin Land Information Program.
The Wisconsin Department of Administration has announced that Jim Giglierano will be the state’s new Geographic Information Officer.
The Wisconsin Department of Administration seeks your comments on the guidelines used by counties to prepare land information plans for the Wisconsin Land Information Program.
The Department of Administration has announced the publication of the 2014 WLIP Report.
The Wisconsin Department of Administration has responded to feedback on its proposed WLIP Planning Process Framework document.
The Department of Administration is seeking input from stakeholders by July 11, 2014 on a new strategic initiative grant process for the Wisconsin Land Information Program.
The Wisconsin Department of Administration has finalized an agreement with the State Cartographer’s Office to create the state’s first statewide digital parcel map to be made publically available.
Report discusses how WLIP funding is invested in county geospatial infrastructure, the 2013 county survey results, and the challenges and opportunities for aggregating county map data into statewide GIS layers.