The GIS Guide for Local Government Officials
Local government operates in a complex environement that is constantly changing. Managing local government today challenges leaders to think beyond traditional approaches toward innovation. In The GIS Guide for Local Government Officials, municipal GIS experts suggest practical approaches for incorporating mapping technology to help local governments deliver services and determine policies while managing an information overload. Featuring case studies drawn from throughout North America, this book illustrates how local governments can successfully apply GIS technology to coordinate resources, save tax dollars, and plan for the future.
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Cory Fleming is a senior project manager with the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) in Washington, D.C. She has an extensive background in community and economic development, having worked with local governments, community groups, and nonprofit organizations on a variety of development issues for nearly a decade. She has a bachelor's degree from Iowa State University and a master's degree from the Johns Hopkins University.
ISBN: 9781589481411 2005 182 pages $24.95