As technology advances, geographic data is becoming larger and more complex. When a data request comes in, do you know how to determine if it is a public records request? Do you know how to fulfill that request and the time frame in which it must be filled? How should that data be formatted and distributed? Does your digital data contain personal private information and does it need to be redacted?
Join Anne Bensky from the Wisconsin Department of Justice as she answers these questions and more in her presentation Public Records Considerations for Geographic Digital Data on Friday, March 9 during the 10:00-11:30 Open Data Track.
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The 2018 WLIA Annual Conference was a great success! Thank you to everyone who participated in planning, promoting, and attending the conference!..
Founded in 1987, WLIA is a grassroots organization representing a collection of concerned professionals working to develop, maintain, and apply a network of statewide land information systems. We are united by an interest in land records modernization, GIS, and related technologies, and by the need for government policies and programs that support their efficient and effective application.