Elevating Maps into the Clouds
See how Cloud-based Geographic Information Systems Foster Collaboration, Increase Productivity and Lower IT Costs. Highlights how the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) chose a cloud-based service to streamline their GIS.
Additional Success Stories
HUD GIS Web Service Helps Target Aid
The US Department of Housing and Urban Development uses GIS to assist grantees and map federal housing projects.
Mobile Application Illustrates US Recovery Projects
Citizens can use smartphones to see how the U.S. government spends stimulus funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
Drawing a Line through the North Woods and Waters
The International Boundary Commission maintains boundaries and resources along the Canada-U.S. border.
Maintaining Shifting Boundaries and Managing Shared Resources
The International Boundary Commission of the U.S. and Mexico’s dataset makes it easier to track changes and make informed decisions.
Charting the Roads of the Vast Navajo Nation
Navajo Roadway Inventory System offers the first consistent, verified interpretations of Indian Reservation Roads regulations.
Climate Change Scenario Planning for Cape Cod
GeoDesign offers a new way of framing an old idea.
US Forest Service Sees Regional Horizons
Geodatabase migration improves region-wide data access.
Insuring America's Farmland
USDA's Risk Management Agency uses actuarial maps for more equitable premium pricing.
NOAA Geoportal Speeds Data Discovery at National Climatic Data Center
NOAA uses geographic data portal platform to share its own datasets and registered data from thousands of organizations.
GIS Best Practices: GIS for Renewable Energy
Best practices for capturing and cultivating renewable energy sources.