UK: Contracts for supplying a range of geographic information to central government for the next four years have been awarded to Ordnance Survey and its business partner, Landmark. The Pan Government Agreement (PGA), managed by the Department for Communities and Local Government, provides almost 100 national bodies with access to core geographic information at an affordable price and under consistent licensing terms.
Mapping agency Ordnance Survey and Landmark in conjunction with Dotted Eyes will supply a wide range of mapping products:
• From Ordnance Survey: OS MasterMap Topography Layer, 1:10 000 Scale Raster, 1:25 000 Scale Colour Raster, 1:50 000 Scale Colour Raster, Meridian 2; 1:250 000 Scale Colour Raster, MiniScale, Strategi, OS MasterMap Integrated Transport Network (ITN) Layer Roads theme, OS MasterMap Integrated Transport Network (ITN) Layer Road Routing Information (RRI) theme, Boundary-Line, OS MasterMap Address Layer 2, 1:50 000 Scale Gazetteer.
• From Landmark and Dotted Eyes: MarkerMap; Dotted Eyes InterestMap.
Contracts were awarded following a competitive-tendering process. The new PGA will include a broader range of products, including enhanced addressing, road routing and points of interest data.