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Management of classroom space has become gradually more difficult with enrollment increasing and classroom space remaining constant. In order to maximize the effective utility of military real estate, the need for a centralized GIS has arisen. By accessing and managing legacy spatial and non-spatial data from a single access point, planning personnel will be able to control Naval classroom space more efficiently. The Naval Education and Training Command (NETC) and 3001, Inc., have developed a hierarchical inventory of installations and their buildings to the seat level for each classroom. By combining a GIS Web service with the management of classroom data, we have made it possible to integrate maps, floor plans, property records and building photos in one centralized location. NETC maintains its spatial and non-spatial data by using a combination of Oracle SDE and ArcIMS software. Naval facility data is not distributed but is managed through the NETC Web service portal.