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Presentation by Vincent Viool of Capgemini on the application of GIS for Reduction of Red Tape and Removing Sectorial Boundaries in agriculture. During CAPIGI 2011 4-6 April 2011 in Amsterdam.

Presentation by Vincent Viool of Capgemini on the application of GIS for Reduction of Red Tape and Removing Sectorial Boundaries in agriculture. During CAPIGI 2011 4-6 April 2011 in Amsterdam.

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    GIS for Reduction of Red Tape and Removing Sectorial Boundaries! GIS for Reduction of Red Tape and Removing Sectorial Boundaries! Presentation Transcript

    • GIS for Reduction of Red Tape and RemovingSectorial Boundaries!A Possible Catalyst for GIS!
    • Marketgroup Agriculture, Environment and Food Quality!- Strategic Scenarios for policy!- Business Case!- Better Regulation!- Risk Management!- etc...!
    • By a raise of hands...!• Who is familiar with the EC DG Enterprise Action Programme on Reducing Administrative Burdens in the EU?!• Who believes GIS automate information flow between farmer / sector and government and thereby reduce admin burden?!• Who believes GIS is only at the beginning of its lifecycle and will experience exponential growth in the near future?!
    • Wrap up...!• How do you think GIS can aid the reduction of sectorial boundaries and in reducing red tap?!• What examples do you know of where GIS has been used to aid these objectives?!• Do you believe that economies of scale also apply to the GIS sector? ! Further information:! Vincent.viool@ capgemini.com!