Across the United States, state governments, such as those in Oregon, Utah, Maryland, Alabama, and Montana, use GIS to improve operations and service to citizens. GIS provides a common platform for data sharing, which enhances workflow, decision making, and coordination across the state and with federal and local government.
ArcGIS is critical in departments throughout state government including economic development, transportation, health, emergency preparedness, and natural resources.
Transparency and Accountability
As a reliable performance measurement tool, GIS can deliver transparency and enhance accountability. Today, states are increasingly using GIS to track stimulus funding.
These stories show how others in state government are gaining benefits using GIS technology and spatial analysis.
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