Organisation for the development of the Department of Environmental Protection
A new Florida law obliges state agencies to capture, maintain and display watershed and waterbody information if supported with state funds. A feasibility study was carried out to identify options, costs and recommendations for capturing and making the data available to the public. Stakeholder engagement was seen as an important part of the developed scenario’s feasibility as stakeholders are important data providers and therefore play an important role in the success of the scenario. Twynstra was involved as a stakeholder management expert, with our Cordence Worldwide partner North Highland (based in the U.S.) as lead consultant.