What is the level of availability to access GIS application services?
The average GIS application service availability is 97%.
What is the procedure for a visit to PGN?
Application for a visit to PGN must be submitted by a formal letter to:
National Geospatial Centre (PGN) Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources Level 7 & 8, Wisma Sumber Asli No. 25, Persiaran Perdana, Precinct 4 Federal Government Administrative Centre 62574 Putrajaya, MALAYSIA.
Please include the objectives of the visit, the number of delegates, the list of delegates (if any) and the proposed date / time.
What is the reference source for the designation of land administration boundaries in the UPI application?
Source references to land administration boundary names are based on State Gazette (JUPEM State) and Office of Land & Mines (State PTG).
What is UPI?
Unique Parcel Identifier (UPI) is a method of identifying the location of a parcel containing a unique series of numbers for state, district / district, county / city, town, section and lot number.
What kind of articles can be contributed to the BGSA Secretariat?
Articles that can be contributed to the BGSA Secretariat are articles or reports on geospatial developments and activities held at government agencies, statutory bodies and institutions of higher learning.
What kind of visits does PGN accept?
PGN accepts work, technical, courtesy and study visits from international agencies, government agencies, statutory bodies, private companies and institutions of higher learning.
Will my articles be accepted and published automatically after submission?
Each article received will be evaluated by a committee appointed by the Author. Only selected and approved articles will be included in the BGSA.
Will the preparation and publication of metadata disclose agency data to the public?
No, providing and publishing metadata will not interfere with the agency's data security. The provision of metadata only involves the description of data / products / services in the agency in a textual form.