Collaboration Is Easier in Sussex County, New Jersey
Historically, when a county division, such as engineering, wanted to make citizens aware of activities (e.g., road or bridge closures), someone in the division would request a map from the GIS department. Then a PDF of a map, which was often outdated soon after it was created, would be posted on the county website - standard operating procedure for many governments.
When GIS manager David Kunz discovered he could use ArcGIS Online to post current, dynamic maps with information like bridge closures, he began taking advantage of the technology to improve workflows.
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