Cooperation and partnerships for spatial data activities among the federal government, state and local governments, and the private sector will be essential for the development of a robust National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI). This book addresses the nature of these partnerships and examines factors that could optimize their success.
Table of Contents
|1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY||1-4|
|2 THE NATIONAL SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE||5-11|
|3 THE CONCEPTS OF FEDERAL/STATE PARTNERSHIPS||12-18|
|4 THE PARTNERSHIP MODEL||19-26|
|5 RECOMMENDATIONS AND CONCLUSION||27-30|
|APPENDIX A: RELATED ACTIVITIES AND DEVELOPMENT OF PARTNERSHIPS||33-36|
|APPENDIX B: COOPERATION/PARTNERSHIP MODELS IN EXISTENCE TODAY||37-42|
|APPENDIX C: EXAMPLE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING||43-46|
|APPENDIX D: STATE GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION AUTHORIZATIONS AND COORDINATION-SUMMARY||47-112|
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