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March 05, 2014

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Ryan

I'v recently begun working at with a utility similar to Big Sandy, but much larger. I'm sure size matters, but my assessment as an outsider coming in is that there is a lot of common sense involved in collecting quality, comprehensive location data. However, selling it to everyone, from line workers to asset information techs, is key. If everyone is not clear on the importance of recording changes and seemingly minute attributes then the data quality degrades very quickly.

Great post!

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