Identifying the Promise of GIS for Government




The GovLoop Guide: Identifying the Promise of GIS for Government

This GovLoop report focuses on best practices, case studies and identifies innovative uses of geographic information system (GIS) technology in government. Across government GIS technology has fueled innovation. Often as the backbone to many different kinds of programs, GIS technology has facilitated improved government services. As agencies are constantly seeking new and innovative methods to combat budget cuts, GIS technology has emerged as a way to improve services to citizens, improved efficiencies, and more informed decision making. Often implemented in tandem with other initiatives, GIS is a critical component to help government solve some of its most pressing challenges. If you have any questions about the report, please feel free to reach out to Pat Fiorenza, GovLoop Research Analyst, [email protected].

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