MEGIS is assisting the ConnectME Authority with its project to map broadband availability down to the address level, including developing a viewer using MapServer.
MEGIS is working with the Public Utilities Commission (MEPUC) and the Maine Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) to implement a COP in Maine using Google Earth Enterprise.
MEGIS and the Maine GeoLibrary are undertaking several intiatives to develop statewide cadastral data.
MEGIS is heavily involved in acquiring and providing new aerial photos (orthoimagery) for Maine.
As part of its role as the GNIS steward for Maine, MEGIS is revising mapped locations of cemeteries in partnership with the Maine Old Cemeteries Association (MOCA).
MEGIS has spearheaded a multi-million dollar regional effort to collect high-resolution terrain data using lidar technology.
MEGIS is the steward for both the hydrographic spatial data (NHD) and the watershed boundary data (WBD) for Maine, cooperating with the US Geological Survey (USGS).
As of July 1, 2013, the 911 data maintenance is now under the Public Utilities Commission, Emergency Services Communication Bureau, and not part of MEGIS.