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December 21st, 2011
National Spatial Data Infrastructure Risk Analysis in Turkey


In 2005, by the coordination of State Planning Organization, e-Transformation Turkey 2005 Action Plan has been declared with the Supreme Planning Council decision of 2005 / 5. In that action plan, the responsibility of Action 36 with the subject of “Preliminary Works for Establishing The Turkish National Spatial Data Infrastructure” has been assigned to General Directorate of Land Registry and Cadastre.

The implementation works of TR NSDI has been started with Modernization of Public Administration – 75 ( KYM-75 ) and Geographic Information System – Infrastructure” project in 2007-2008. Finally, the service of preparing a feasibility study for the implementing Turkish National Spatial Data Infrastructure has been purchased directly from Turksat within context of the Law No. 67 of 5809 under Article.

Feasibility report of NSDI has been completed in 10th of Dececmber 2010. After decision of Steering Committe feasibility report has been send to State Planning Organization for further evaluation. This paper presents NSDI Project risk analysis which is considired in the feasibility report and related impotances of understanding SDI mentality among the stakeholders. Read More