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Crisis Communications Opportunity for FEMA.gov

The future of local, incident-based crisis communications during natural disasters and emergencieas could largely be the creation and distribution of geodata (KML, KMZ and GML). FEMA social media extends the reach of their efforts at FEMA.gov already, but serving geospatial information is probably the next frontier. I wonder when we’ll see FEMA start to publish their geodata?

in reference to: Data.gov – Geodata Catalog (view on Google Sidewiki)

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