Government geospatial data will migrate to common "landing zone"

11/30/2011 | Government Computer News

Geospatial data collected by the U.S. government will soon move to data.gov, a cloud-based server that can lower costs and deliver data more efficiently. The General Services Administration is sorting through the details of how to make the move from the data's current home, geodata.gov. "Everybody has been looking for a common landing zone for geospatial data," said the GSA's David McClure.

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