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GIS in Planning

Geographic Information Systems in Planning

Established in 2006, the GIS Unit is a unit of the National Spatial Strategy Branch, Spatial Planning Division of the National Environment & Planning Agency (NEPA).

The Unit’s mission is to create GIS services and products for the Agency and its stakeholders that improves the delivery of spatial information, increases efficiency, reduces costs by providing access to complete, reliable and compatible spatial and non-spatial data within the enterprise GIS environment.

GIS program goals provide the overarching guidance to ensure that the GIS Strategic Plan helps the GIS Unit achieve its mission and ensure alignment with NEPA Strategic, Corporate and consequent operational plans. The unit achieves this through data management, data gathering, decision and policy making and business processes.

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