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|Title:||Cartography-geoinformation support of national projects implementation: social-demographic challenges and spatial planning tools|
|Other Titles:||Картографо-геоинформационное обеспечение реализации национальных проектов: социально-экономические, демографические вызовы и инструменты пространственного планирования|
|Authors:||Cherkasov, A. A.|
Черкасов, А. А.
Chikhichin, V. V.
Чихичин, В. В.
|Keywords:||Geoinformation technologies;GIS;Monitoring;National projects;Sustainable development|
|Publisher:||Lomonosov Moscow State University|
|Citation:||Cherkasov, A.A., Panin, A.N., Chikhichin, V.V. Cartography-geoinformation support of national projects implementation: social-demographic challenges and spatial planning tools // InterCarto, InterGIS. - 2020. - Volume 26. - Pages 45-51|
|Series/Report no.:||InterCarto, InterGIS|
|Abstract:||The demographic situation and the level of socio-economic development of the Russian Federation require new consolidated solutions that can ensure the dynamic socio-economic development of the country, ensure an increase in the quality of life of the population, its well-being, and, as a result, improve the demographic situation. One of the key decisions on budget consolidation is the national projects adopted by the decree of the President of the Russian Federation dated May 7, 2018 for the period up to 2024. National projects are developed in three areas: “Human capital”, “Comfortable living environment” and “Economic growth”. Achieving the targets and additional indicators that are defined in the passports of national projects is a key aspect of the implementation of national projects. The passports refer to improving the network of health facilities (FAP and outpatient clinics), educational facilities (schools), the network of educational institutions, projects for creating a comfortable urban environment, etc. To date, Russia does not have a monitoring system based on intellectual and innovative technologies that allows a comprehensive approach to the stages of implementation of national projects, to assess the effects (including changes in the socio-demographic situation) that the implementation of projects should provoke. Such technologies include geo-information systems and modern cartography. Based on international experience in creating various monitoring systems, as well as personal experience in organizing geo-information systems for monitoring ethno-demographic and migration processes, and territorial planning, the authors propose the concept of mapping and geoinformation support for national projects, which is presented in the form of “GIS-national projects”. According to the idea, this GIS will improve the quality of management decision-making at all large-scale levels (country, subject, municipal district, locality), and will make it possible to understand the effects of the implementation of national projects|
|Appears in Collections:||Статьи, проиндексированные в SCOPUS, WOS|
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