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  1. A Nation wide GIS Training Project Background, Scope, Tasks, Project Organisation and Performance

  2. Background

  3. The Information – a Strategic Asset in the Service of the Societal Planning Methods Mechanisms Data availability Training PilotGIS- Internal Target 2000 StrateGIS project, 1997 processes

  4. Information Management is Costly Information 80 % Staff training 10 – 12 % Hardware Spare money Software

  5. Browsing for Information Which information is necessary? Where to find the necessary information? How to achieve the necessary information? Is the available information accurate enough? Are there any restrictions for use of the available information?

  6. Information Quality Data captured when? Data captured how? Data captured by whom? Data captured for which purpose? Geometric accuracy?

  7. Information Availability Data available where? Data available how? – printed map, excel file etc. How to achieve data? Data access restrictions? Data use restrictions?

  8. Information Management Responsibility Information proprietor Information manager

  9. To Make the Information Known, Searchable and Accessible Metadata base Search file for all information Updated by the information proprietors All information is labelled with quality declaration Access restrictions All information tracable

  10. What is GIS? Doctrine/Strategy Technology Working methods Data GIS Applications Staff skills Ethics Attitudes Staff organisation

  11. Focus on the User Doctrine/Strategy Hardware Software Data The User Applications Training Manuals Information Working management Organisation Ethics