Maps on Tap is a DCLG-led initiative undertaken on behalf of UK government with the support of Office for National Statistics, Cabinet Office e-Government Unit and Ordnance Survey. The service is designed to bring together a large amount of location-based information produced by government - to make it easy to access and analyse through a web interface.If you're wondering how much it cost it was £3.03 million. You'd think they'd pay to hundred or so quid to renew their SSL certificate though.
Thursday, April 26, 2007
Maps on Taps?
Have just discovered an interesting Government website called Maps on tap which is about errrr.... maps... I think. The blurb says,
Posted by dizzy at 4/26/2007 04:14:00 pm