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GIS Web Mapping

Service description

Web Mapping allows agencies to make use of interactive embedded or stand-alone Web based GIS maps.

Benefits for users

  • Multiple technologies available to meet varying user needs
  • Enterprise system provides redundancy and high availability
  • Integration with Active Directory allows securing of web applications to a limited audience
  • Governance of the environment provided by the GIS Stakeholders Group

Availability:

Normal, default coverage is 8AM - 5PM, Monday - Friday. In order to have 24x7 coverage, OIT needs to receive a written business justification. Once justification has been approved, OIT will work with the business on a service level agreement for the specific systems.

Service Components Included in the Base Price:

  • Hosting of service or application
  • Storage of spatial data files (i.e. shapefiles) up to 100MB
  • Software licensing fees

Options Available for Additional Charge:

  • Initial creation of map file or map service
  • Programming for custom applications
  • Larger storage needs
  • Version upgrades for custom applications

Rates charged: for this service:

Pricing / Charges: Please refer to our most current rates

Monthly fees apply based on level of service:

  • Simple (no customization) web mapping service
  • Web mapping applications requiring some customization
  • Mapping or geospatial service requiring ArcGIS Server or MapServer

Service Level Targets & Agreements:

  • SLA has not been developed for this specific service.

To get help and or order this service:

  • Submit a request for service to OIT Customer Support: Call the Service Center at 624-7700 or-mail your request to customer-support@maine.gov

How to Escalate Service Issues:

  • Contact State GIS Manager

Michael Smith
Maine Office of GIS
michael.smith@maine.gov
207.215-5530

Customers (users) responsibilities related to this service:

  • Submit completed request.

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Page last modified: October 17, 2014