Library of Congress taps Navteq for map data

By Wailin Wong
Posted Jan. 12 at 10:30 a.m.

The Library of Congress has picked Chicago-based digital mapping company Navteq to provide data that will underpin economic and demographic research.

Navteq, which is owned by Finnish company Nokia, said it will provide map data for the Congressional Cartography Program, which supplies geographic research and analysis for lawmakers. The Navteq data encompasses roads, cities, political boundaries, census boundaries, schools, law enforcement agencies and other types of locations.

Navteq did not disclose financial terms of its agreement with the Library of Congress.

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