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Podcast: Exploring HR 4233 - “Map It Once; Use It Many Times Act”

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Tuesday, April 3rd 2012


Congressman Doug Lamborn (CO-05) has introduced a bill that would streamline federal bureaucracy dealing with map making. H.R 4233, Map it Once, Use it Many Times Act, would reform, consolidate, and reorganize federal geospatial activities. Our editors look at the bill, its implications and its future.

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Congressman Doug Lamborn : 2012 Press Releases : Lamborn Tackles Federal Waste and Bureaucracy
Congressman Introduces “Map It Once, Use it Many Times Act” - All Points Blog
Podcast: Interview with John Palatiello, Executive Director of MAPPS on HR 4233 - "Map It Once; Use It Many Times Act" - Directions Magazine
Text of H.R.4233 as Introduced in House: Map It Once, Use It Many Times Act - U.S. Congress - OpenCongress
- ``FEDERAL GEOSPATIAL DATA MANAGEMENT;'' AND H.R. 2489, ``AMERICAVIEW GEOSPATIAL IMAGERY MAPPING PROGRAM ACT.''
MAPPS Blog: NOAA's Reorganization and Transfer
Doug Lamborn (R-CO) U.S. House | MapLight - Money and Politics
House Questions USGS FY 2012 Budget Priorities
Interior: USGS director to face House appropriators' questions on budget priorities -- 03/14/2011 -- www.eenews.net


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