Smart Communities Turn to GIS to Achieve Civic Inclusion

Download the report to explore:

    • Why it’s important for communities to consider civic inclusion.
    • The four technology tenets governments need to deliver smart communities.
    • Civic inclusion success stories from around the country.

What occurs in a community is geographically personal. Every member of the community has a vested interest in making that community a better place to live.

Increasingly, governments are recognizing this, and considering ways to increase civic inclusion. Armed with location-based data, they rely on a series of interrelated technologies, such as AI, IoT and particularly geographic information systems (GIS) to holistically address issues that matter most to residents.

Check out this new report to delve into the specifics of civic inclusion: what it is, why it’s important and how communities such as King County, Washington, Johns Creek, Georgia, and Topeka, Kansas, are leading the charge in this area.

Author: Nicole Blake-Johnson, Managing Editor, GovLoop

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