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Practical approaches to incorporating geographic information systems (GIS) technology into all levels of both urban and rural environments are suggested in this collection of case studies from municipal GIS experts. From monitoring storm drains in Hawaii to finding child care in Canada, data is provided to instruct local governments on using GIS technology to deliver services, decide policy, manage information glut in an era of ever-tightening budgets, coordinate resources, save tax dollars, and plan for the future.
|Ch. 2||Moving local government GIS from the tactical to the practical||9|
|Ch. 3||Planning, implementing, and funding a GIS||29|
|Ch. 4||Internal business functions||61|
|Ch. 5||External services||81|
|Ch. 6||Emerging issues, trends, and technologies||105|