Cristin-prosjekt-ID: 414532
Sist endret: 31. oktober 2013 14:45

Cristin-prosjekt-ID: 414532
Sist endret: 31. oktober 2013 14:45
Prosjekt

Geografiske Informasjonssystem. Utvikling og implementering i de Palestinske myndigheter (PA)

prosjektleder

Jostein Sageie
ved Institutt for økonomi og IT ved Universitetet i Sørøst-Norge

prosjekteier / koordinerende forskningsansvarlig enhet

  • Institutt for økonomi og IT ved Universitetet i Sørøst-Norge

Klassifisering

Vitenskapsdisipliner

Informasjons- og kommunikasjonsteknologi

Emneord

Implementering

Tidsramme

Avsluttet
Start: 24. november 1999 Slutt: 31. mai 2000

Beskrivelse Beskrivelse

Tittel

Geografiske Informasjonssystem. Utvikling og implementering i de Palestinske myndigheter (PA)

Sammendrag

Prosjektets mål er å styrke kapasiteten i de Palestinske myndigheter, privat og akademisk sektor, innen utvikling og bruk av geografiske informasjonssystem som støtte til økonomisk planlegging og utvikling

Vitenskapelig sammendrag

Prosjektets mål er å styrke kapasiteten i de Palestinske myndigheter, privat og akademisk sektor, innen utvikling og bruk av geografiske informasjonssystem som støtte til økonomisk planlegging og utvikling

Tittel

Geographic Information System Development Project TR 1238

Sammendrag

Background The background and objectives for the Geographic Information System Development Project are in accordance with the Letter of Invitation for international bidding of May 8, 1999, from the Palestinian Council for Development & Reconstruction (PECDAR): “I. BACKGROUND 1. The Palestinian Council for Development & Reconstruction (PECDAR) acting on behalf of the Palestinian Authority (PA), has received funding from the Technical Assistance Trust Fund (TATF), a multi-donor grant administered jointly by PECDAR and the World Bank. It intends to apply these funds to eligible payments under the contract for which this Letter of Invitation is issued to implement the Geographic Services Development Project. 2. A wide range of Palestinian Authority organizations, as well as academic institutions, private companies and non-governmental organizations have significant interest in the collection and use of various types of geographil data and products, especially the use of geographic information systems (GIS). 3. The activity would be technically implemented by the Palestinian Geographic Center (PALGRIC) of the Ministry of Transportation, which is responsible for coordination of mapping, remote sensing and GIS activities on behalf of the PA. 4. The World Bank Procurement Guidelines would apply to the contract signed with the Consultant. 2. OBJECTIVES The objective of this TATF activity is to strengthen the capacity of Palestinian government, academic, private sector and non-governmental organizations to provide geographic information and products, including maps and digital data to support the economic planning and development process. 3. ACTIVITIES The proposed project would support three complementary activities: (A) preparation of a program for development of Palestinian geographical services; (B) development of a digitized data base for 1: 50,000 scale maps; and (C) procurement of priority equipment for the development of a geographic training unit.” The project consultants is the Norwegian company "Joint Venture Norway Map

Vitenskapelig sammendrag

Background The background and objectives for the Geographic Information System Development Project are in accordance with the Letter of Invitation for international bidding of May 8, 1999, from the Palestinian Council for Development & Reconstruction (PECDAR): “I. BACKGROUND 1. The Palestinian Council for Development & Reconstruction (PECDAR) acting on behalf of the Palestinian Authority (PA), has received funding from the Technical Assistance Trust Fund (TATF), a multi-donor grant administered jointly by PECDAR and the World Bank. It intends to apply these funds to eligible payments under the contract for which this Letter of Invitation is issued to implement the Geographic Services Development Project. 2. A wide range of Palestinian Authority organizations, as well as academic institutions, private companies and non-governmental organizations have significant interest in the collection and use of various types of geographil data and products, especially the use of geographic information systems (GIS). 3. The activity would be technically implemented by the Palestinian Geographic Center (PALGRIC) of the Ministry of Transportation, which is responsible for coordination of mapping, remote sensing and GIS activities on behalf of the PA. 4. The World Bank Procurement Guidelines would apply to the contract signed with the Consultant. 2. OBJECTIVES The objective of this TATF activity is to strengthen the capacity of Palestinian government, academic, private sector and non-governmental organizations to provide geographic information and products, including maps and digital data to support the economic planning and development process. 3. ACTIVITIES The proposed project would support three complementary activities: (A) preparation of a program for development of Palestinian geographical services; (B) development of a digitized data base for 1: 50,000 scale maps; and (C) procurement of priority equipment for the development of a geographic training unit.” The project consultants is the Norwegian company "Joint Venture Norway Map

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prosjektleder

Jostein Sageie

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    ved Institutt for økonomi og IT ved Universitetet i Sørøst-Norge
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