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1. Establish a clearinghouse of information and a central repository for geospatial data and statewide geographic information system services.
2. Provide geographic information system services and geospatial data for the state land department and other public agencies in this state.
3. Facilitate the sharing of geospatial data and geographic information system services among all public agencies to address the needs of this state.
4. Prepare standards and specifications for developing, maintaining and sharing geospatial data and geographic information system services.
5. Function as the Arizona affiliate office for national geographic information systems and geospatial data coordination initiatives.
6. Establish a liaison relationship with the United States geological survey, federal geospatial organizations and other state and local government organizations in order to facilitate and coordinate sharing geospatial data, providing geographic information system services and using a clearinghouse.
7. Identify federal, state, regional, tribal and local government and private sector geospatial data and geographic information system services to include in the clearinghouse.
8. Coordinate the development and maintenance of a geospatial public land survey system and cadastral database with responsible federal, state and local agencies.