Geospatial Commission outlines its 2019-2020 priorities
Geospatial Commission publishes Annual Plan to outline progress made in its first year and the direction for the year ahead.
- Geospatial Commission publishes Annual Plan 2019 - 2020
- The plan sets out the progress made in the Geospatial Commission’s first year and the direction for the year ahead, to develop the UK’s national geospatial strategy
- Call For Evidence 2018 responses also published alongside the plan
The Geospatial Commission’s Annual Plan was yesterday published, which highlights the ways it is working to maximise the value of geospatial data for the UK.
The plan also sets out priorities for this year of unlocking value in key sectors, including investment into the underground assets pilots announced last week, and developing the geospatial ecosystem through data improvement, skills and innovation.
It is an important milestone towards creating the UK’s National Geospatial Strategy, following last year’s call for evidence:
- National Geospatial Strategy - call for evidence
- Call for evidence responses
- Geospatial Commission Annual Plan 2019 - 2020
Find out more about what the Geospatial Commission does.
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