Source

Authors

National Association of Counties

Published

2018

Description

This report explores how counties across the nation are leveraging data, mapping and application-based technologies to run government services more efficiently and less expensively to build resilience and self-reliance in the face of increasingly severe, frequent and costly disasters. Some of the most popular forms of technology include disaster-related resilient technologies that rely on real-time data, mapping and communications platforms. The guide is intended to help American counties anticipate and adapt to changing physical, environmental, social and economic conditions. Page 6 includes an example from San Bernardino County's Flood Control District.


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Resource Type

Communication or educational material Planning and policy guidance Project or Example

Topics

Extent: California

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Last updated: Dec. 6, 2019