The CERA spatial data infrastructure: A model for government ICT delivery

After the Canterbury earthquakes, a collaborative group of local and national organisations from the public and private sectors in New Zealand created a spatial data infrastructure to allow effective sharing of information. This case study provides background and insights into the government’s ICT delivery post-disaster.

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