NCHRP Report 695: Guide for Implementing a Geospatially Enabled Enterprise-wide Information Management System for Transportation Agency Real Estate Offices
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NCHRP Report 695:
Guide for Implementing a Geospatially Enabled Enterprise-wide Information Management System for Transportation Agency Real Estate Offices
(2011)
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TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report 695: Guide for Implementing a Geospatially Enabled Enterprise-wide Information Management System for Transportation Agency Real Estate Offices provides guidance for right-of-way offices in implementing a geospatially enabled enterprise-wide information management system and includes a logical model to assist with this implementation.

NCHRP Reort 695 presents the guide for implementing the logical model; a CD-ROM, included with the print version of the report, presents the logical model and a guide for its use. The annotated bibliography and executive summaries are available online.

The contractor's final report, which documents the research related to development of NCHRP Report 695, may be downloaded from the NCHRP Project 8-55A web page.

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  • Transportation — Highways
  • Transportation — Administration and Management
  • Transportation — Data and Information Technology
  • Transportation — Finance
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