Customer Satisfaction Survey

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Project Status: Tell us if we have completed work on this project or if it still is underway:
Completed  (Date completed: )
In progress (Estimated completion date: )

Service type: Please identify the category most appropriate for you. Choose more than one option, if appropriate.
GIS data creation
Spatial analysis
Digital map production
Web-based mapping systems
Requesting information by phone or email
Using MnGeo's website ( for other information
Other (specify)

Timeliness: How timely was our work relative to your expectations, considering both interim and infal projects?

Comments regarding timeliness:

Quality of interaction: Rate the quality of your interaction with MnGeo's GIS Project Services staff who have worked on your project.

Comments regarding quality of interaction:

Overall quality of service: Rate the overall quality of the product or services you received.

Comments regarding quality of service:

Looking forward: How likely are you to use our services in the future?

Comments regarding using our services again:

How can we do better? Additional comments are welcome.


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