Using the Cadastral Data Content Standard begins with finding the correspondence between your data and the entities and attributes defined in the Standard.
Once you have identified the correspondence between your data and the Standard, the next step is to set up ways to transfer your data to a format which connects your data with entities in the Standard, and which other data users will be able to access.
Use the links below to find an example of crosswalking
typical Surveyor data to the Standard, and discussions related to using
the Standard to facilitate sharing of cadastral data.
Surveyor Data - A Crosswalk
To The Standard
When To Start Using The Standard (And When Not To)
What It Means To Be Compliant With The Standard
How To Use The Standard
Current Uses Of The Standard - The Washington Cadastral Framework
Links To Other Parts Of The Surveyor's Module:
Part One - Surveyors And The Cadastral Data Content Standard
Part Two - Examples of Automated and On-Line Surveying Information
Table Of Contents - Surveryors and the Cadastral Data Content Standard
Links to the other Cadastral
Learning The Cadastral Data Content Standard
County Recorders And The Cadastral Data Content Standard
Cadastral Information for GIS Specialists
Presented by the United States Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management, and
the Federal Geographic Data Committee Cadastral Subcommittee