Technical Guideline v.2.0 for INSPIRE metadata published

This new version of  the Technical Guideline, published on December 19th 2016, combines the metadata related technical requirements for INSPIRE data sets, data set series and Spatial Data Services in one document.

As can be read in the foreward section,  version 2.0  aims at clarifying TG Requirements & implementation choices considered unclear in previous versions of the TG, with particular focus on the Unique Resource Identifier , the “data-service-coupling” (coupled resources) and  the conditions applying to access and use. To facilitate a smooth transition from version 1.3 to version 2.0, a transitional period of 3 years has been defined, starting from 19 December 2016. During this period, the metadata records compliant with both version 1.3 and 2.0 implementations will be considered as “compliant with the INSPIRE Technical Guidelines for Metadata”.

Last but not least, let’s not forget next deadline: the provision of the metadata for interoperability for Annex I data (23/11/2017)!

Submitted byjasminedemeesterdhdon Tue, 01/23/2018 - 13:37

Most organizations (in the US) do all of their GIS handling "in house", significance they don't delegate it to anyone. You might try calling a town or nation govt (in the US) and asking about being an outside "consultant". According to the consultant of Dissertation Help More compact cities/counties usually do not have the cash necessary to run a fulltime GIS support, so they might be more willing to delegate it.