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James W. Sewall


Providence, RI

State Government

The Challenge

Many state agencies and organizations rely on the power of GIS to:

  • manage public assets
  • maintain public health and safety
  • monitor land ownership and land use
  • plan and respond to disasters
  • protect the environment

GIS enables state officials to:

  • improve workflows
  • minimize duplication of effort
  • analyze information for strategic decision making
  • deliver maps and other data to the public on-line

Integrated Solutions

Sewall assists state agencies by offering strategic GIS planning and implementation solutions:

  • Strategic GIS planning and implementation
  • Stakeholder facilitation
  • Statewide aerial imagery and digital orthoimagery
  • Data gathering from existing sources (parcel, addresses, census, demographics)
  • Data QA/QC
  • Data and systems integration
  • Photo interpretation, environmental damage assessments, natural resource mapping
  • Addressing and address data maintenance
  • Water and road conflation
  • Application development
Niagara Falls border crossing

More Info

Managing geospatial data for homeland security (PDF)

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Matthew Dieterich
Executive Vice President
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