Spatial Analysis for Public Policy
Modern governments are interconnected and reliant on technology more than ever before. For public policy professionals, this means sorting through more data and communicating with constituents faster. The ubiquity and pervasiveness of technology has led citizens to demand dialog and expect transparency.
Recognizing that nearly every decision of policy makers is geospatial, public policy professionals at all levels of government are leveraging geographic information system (GIS) technology to better understand who they serve and what problems their community faces.
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During this workshop, participants will learn how to use GIS to identify resources across the nation. They will also learn to understand how features intersect with proposed policy, committee member's state or district, and how to communicate with constituents.