An organization whose goals are to: encourage the creation of digital geographic data of value to multiple users, foster the ability to easily determine what geographic data exists and foster the ability to easily access and use this data.
GIMS is a term used by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) to describe a collection of related technologies used to manage spatial data. These technologies include geographic information systems (GIS), computer-aided design systems, automated and desktop mapping systems, remote sensing and image analysis systems, and their related database management systems. The goal of the program is to provide natural resource information to the public in a more efficient and effective manner.
Each of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) pages at this link contain a variety of geographic information, including: graphical maps, interactive maps, look-up tables and data, statewide maps page, interactive maps, industry maps, tables, and PUCO geographic datasets links to other data sets used in their maps.