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Paper Title
GIS Capacity In The Government Sector (An Overview On Emerging Technology)

Abstract
Abstract— This paper explores the way in which geospatial science and technology can support development, which describes its structure and scope with a overview of its application which argues that a multilevel approach is required to examine technology including the global, regional, national government and community levels .It describes each of these levels and related development in them. Sustainable urban- regional development, a response to urbanization by local governance actors and one of the most signification global processes today. Sustainable urban development impacted ranges of development issues including, food water, security, economic development accessibility to infrastructure, shelter and social services and natural risks. All of these issue have strong geospatial dimension at different jurisdiction levels which makes them approiate to examine through geographical spatial satellite laves of global position system. In deals with land administration a field whose government actor so the guarantor of fundamental property rights and land tenture security .Appropriate high speed and low cost geospatial technology could help developing countries to leapfrog towards sustainable land administration .Systems in view disaster risk management, it examines the role of GS&T in disaster relief reconstruction and rehabilitation, in hazard risk management and in disaster prepared which shows how new technology enable large numbers of volunteers to be mobilized in disaster management. The makes a number of recommendation as for steps to overcome these challenges and each des on this technology.


Author - Nitish Kumar

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