Georgia has big plans for GIS across many areas, including improving emergency response.
Georgia launched its Geospatial Information Office in 2015 in an effort to focus GIS assets across the state and with local government partners. With projects like next-generation 911 relying on solid base layer data, state Geospatial Information Officer Susan Miller said several high-profile initiatives are riding on the successful bridging of long-standing silos.
At the Georgia Digital Government Summit last week, Miller described her role and discussed how GIS is helping bridge the gap between disparate agencies.
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