GIS Government Weekly News: Macedonia, Balkans, Nagaland and Connecticut
As of now, there is no proper inventory or mapping of road network or database for management of road for the entire state of Nagaland in GIS environment. This was stated in the publication of ‘Science and Technology Intervention in Nagaland’ published by The Nagaland Science & Technology Council (NASTEC).
Bahrain Taps Indian School for GIS Training
Bahrain's GIS Directorate in Central Informatics Organisation and Amity University, based in India, signed a memorandum of understanding. The deal seems to relate to of technical support and training courses. Amity University, of which I've never heard, has campuses in the U.S., UK and UAE. I could not find a program of study in GIS; it might be within another program.
The portal will be managed and administered by Tyler Kleykamp of the Office of Policy and Management, who will serve as the portal’s chief data officer. Kleykamp previously served as the coordinator of state geospatial information systems at OPM.
The New Zealand Surveyor-General, Mark Dyer, released the vision for Cadastre 2034 strategy. The vision is that in the future citizens will be able to more easily understand where their rights in land actually are, and will be able to visualise those rights – and any restrictions and responsibilities – in three dimensions.