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Mapping & Analysis Center - Geographic Information Systems

FEMA Mapping and Analysis Center

The Mapping and Analysis Center (MAC) provides national level Geographic Information System (GIS) support and coordination to the Agency. GIS mapping products are available for

The MAC does not operate normally on a 24 hour/7 day basis. For the latest storm information check the National Weather Service's website.

A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a database system with software that can analyze and display data using digitized maps and tables for planning and decision-making. A GIS can assemble, store, manipulate and display geographically referenced data, tying this data to points, lines and areas on a map or in a table.

In addition to the MAC, other contributors to this site are the FEMA Headquarters Information Coordination Unit, Regional Offices, and Disaster Field Offices.

Please note that links to flood insurance rate maps, and floodplain mapping is available from the Flood Hazard Information Page.

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Last Updated: November 04, 2008 11:02 AM