California aims to connect the dots with geospatial data portal
from State Tech
City and state governments alike use open-data initiatives to enhance citizen services. Now, the most populous state is significantly boosting its own efforts on that front. California launched an interactive online database of location-based government data called the California State Geoportal. The portal is a centralized geographic open-data hub, “which includes authoritative data and applications from a multitude of California state entities,” the state says. The portal includes data from more than 1,200 publicly available data sets from 25 state entities.
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