Land Parcel Data for the Mortgage Crisis: Results of the Stakeholders Meeting, June 30, 2009
Abstract:The Mortgage Stakeholders meeting resulted from a request by the Federal Geographic Data Committee's (FGDC) Steering Committee to the FGDC Subcommittee for Cadastral Data. In October 2008 the Cadastral Subcommittee established the Mortgage Study Team to begin investigating the role of land parcel data in the mortgage crisis. Subject Area Experts, who were added as the project advanced, had unique knowledge of policy or technical issues and were also able to assist with the identification of key stakeholders in both the public and private sector. The registrants (Appendix B) is the complete list of persons who attended the meeting or provided assistance to the Mortgage Study Team through telephone interviews, participation in the Stakeholders Meeting, or by providing feedback to the documents.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: September 1, 2009
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