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Digital Goverment: Bringing Government and Citizens Together: A Metadata Extension Test-bed for the Kentucky Spatial Data Infrastructure (KYSDI) Clearinghouse

Primary Institution:
U of Kentucky Res Fdn

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Abstract:
EIA-0091534 Francis J. Harvey University of Kentucky Digital Government: Bringing Government and Citizens Together: A Metadata Extension Test-bed for the Kentucky Spatial Data Infrastructure (KYSDI) Clearinghouse. The planning grant will enable us to undertake research on developing a Metadata extension for spatial data integration involving citizens and government. We propose to focus on establishing the parameters for improving citizen involvement in the project and developing a prototype application to assess technical issues. These activities will be the basis for emphasizing four key themes: semantic interoperability, human-computer interaction, inter-agency collaboration, and citizen access in a revised submission to the digital government program.

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91534

Primary Investigator:
Francis Harvey

Members
Francis Harvey

Technology:
Data Sharing & Integration
Knowledge Systems
Metadata

Government Domain:
E-government/Service Delivery
Inter-/ Intra-Governmental Relations


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