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AbstractIn a Marine Corps Installation public works department, the planning branch and Geospatial Information and Services branch needed a solution for collecting geospatial sites and data in a hybrid working environment. In the past, printed maps were passed back and forth between the branches with many details missed or not communicated properly. This project develops a web solution for collecting data and displaying the data at a glance. By using Field Maps, the planning branch can easily create new projects, modify existing information, or archive projects that are no longer needed. This data is displayed using standardized symbology on a web map and popups are enabled to show additional information as needed. A dashboard was also created to easily show the web map, project information, and number of project sites and project boundaries. Coordination and communication would still need to exist between the branches, but this solution greatly reduces the amount of hours and personnel needed to create and maintain the future project data.