Alert: Please correct the errors!
Presently, land and resource tenure information in British Columbia is administered through a diverse set of disparate electronic databases. Government decision makers cannot effectively access a single information system to determine the status of crown land. The government's resulting inability to efficiently respond to land and resource applications has caused delays for all sectors of economic development in the province. The Integrated Land and Resource Registry (ILRR) project will create a single comprehensive register for all legal land and resource interests. Spatially enabled by ESRI technology, the ILRR will enable government, business and public interests to operate more efficiently by replacing the current array of unrelated registries with an accessible "one-stop" window to official land and resource records in BC. This presentation will discuss the business and architectural aspects of the ILRR and how ESRI technology and geospatial data management practices are being applied to achieve the project vision.