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Regulations of Jiangsu Province on Surveying and Mapping Geographic Information

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Regulations of Jiangsu Province on Surveying and Mapping Geographic Information

(Adopted at the 34th meeting of the Standing Committee of the 12th People's Congress of Jiangsu Province on January 24, 2018)

table of Contents


Chapter I General Provisions

Chapter 2 Basic Surveying and Mapping

Chapter III Surveying and Mapping Achievements

Chapter 4 Map Management

Chapter V Geographic Information Services

Chapter VI Infrastructure

Chapter VII Qualifications and Markets

Chapter VIII Supervision and Management

Chapter IX Legal Liability

Chapter X Supplementary Provisions

Chapter I General Provisions

Article 1 In order to strengthen the management of surveying and mapping geographic information, promote the development of surveying and mapping geographic information business, ensure that surveying and mapping geographic information serves economic construction, national defense construction, social development, and ecological protection, and maintain the safety of geographic information, according to the Law of the People's Republic of China on Surveying and Mapping Administrative regulations, combined with the actual conditions of the province, formulated these regulations.

Article 2 Those who engage in surveying and mapping activities, use surveying and mapping results, and provide geographic information services within the administrative region of this province shall abide by these regulations.

Article 3 Local people's governments at or above the county level shall strengthen leadership in the work of surveying and mapping geographic information, strengthen the building of surveying and mapping geographic information agencies and teams, strengthen basic surveying and mapping management and national map awareness education, promote geographic information sharing, promote military-civilian integration, and maintain National sovereignty, security and interests.

Article 4 The competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information of the Provincial People's Government (hereinafter referred to as the provincial competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information) is responsible for the unified supervision and management of the surveying and mapping geographic information of the whole province.

The district, city, county (city, district) people's government departments in charge of surveying, mapping, and geographic information (hereinafter referred to as the district, city, and county in charge of surveying, mapping, and geographic information) are responsible for the unified supervision and management of surveying and mapping in the administrative area.

Other relevant departments of the local people's governments at or above the county level shall be responsible for the related work of surveying and mapping geographic information in accordance with the division of responsibilities set by the people's governments at the corresponding level.

Article 5 Local people's governments at or above the county level and relevant departments shall encourage the innovation and progress of surveying and mapping geographic information science and technology, adopt advanced technology and equipment, organize scientific and technological breakthroughs, strengthen scientific and technological exchanges and cooperation, and build a surveying and mapping geographic information innovation system. .

Units and individuals who have made important contributions to the innovation and progress of surveying and mapping geographic information science and technology and the management of surveying and mapping results shall be rewarded in accordance with relevant national and provincial regulations.

Chapter 2 Basic Surveying and Mapping

Article 6 Basic management of surveying and mapping shall be implemented in different levels.

The provincial surveying and mapping geographic information department is responsible for managing provincial basic surveying and mapping. Provincial basic surveying and mapping includes:

(1) Construction and maintenance of a provincial mapping system;

(2) Acquisition and processing of aerospace remote sensing data resources;

(3) Measuring and updating digital products such as 1: 5000, 1: 10000 scale topographic maps, orthophoto maps, digital elevation models, etc .;

(4) Constructing a provincial basic geographic information spatiotemporal database system and its database update and maintenance;

(5) To compile and update the map of the province's administrative regions;

(6) Survey of the underwater topography of the provincial waters and the topography along the beach;

(7) Normalized geographical national conditions monitoring and database update and maintenance;

(8) Other basic surveying and mapping determined by the competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information of the State Council and the provincial people's government.

The district, city, and county administrative departments of surveying, mapping, and geographic information are responsible for managing the basic surveying and mapping at this level. City and county-level basic surveying and mapping includes:

(1) Construction and maintenance of a city and county-level surveying and mapping reference system within its administrative area;

(2) Measuring and updating digital products such as 1: 500, 1: 1000, 1: 2000 scale topographic maps, orthophoto maps, digital elevation models, etc. within the administrative area;

(3) Establishing a spatiotemporal database system for basic geographic information within its administrative area and its database update and maintenance;

(4) to compile and update the map of administrative regions at the same level;

(5) Thematic monitoring of geographical conditions and the updating and maintenance of its database within its administrative area;

(6) Other basic surveying and mapping determined by the provincial surveying and mapping geographic information department and the municipal people's government with districts.

Article 7 Basic surveying and mapping is a public welfare undertaking. Local people's governments at or above the county level shall incorporate basic surveying and mapping into their national economic and social development plans and annual plans, and include the funds required for basic surveying and mapping work in their budgets.

Basic surveying and mapping shall provide basic geographic information guarantee services for water conservancy, transportation, energy, municipal and other key projects.

Article 8 The competent department of surveying, mapping and geographic information shall organize the implementation of basic surveying and mapping projects at this level in accordance with the basic surveying and mapping plan, annual plan and project technical design document.

The technical design document of the basic surveying and mapping project shall conform to national standards, be verified by experts, and reported to the provincial competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information.

Article 9 The competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information shall, in conjunction with the relevant departments, establish a mechanism for regular updating of basic surveying and mapping results. The update cycle of the basic surveying and mapping results at the provincial level does not exceed three years; the update cycle of the basic surveying and mapping results at the city and county levels does not exceed two years, and the update cycle of the basic surveying and mapping results in urban built-up areas does not exceed one year. The core elements such as administrative divisions and roads should be updated immediately .

Article 10 When engaging in surveying and mapping geographic information activities within the administrative region of this province, the surveying and mapping system and surveying and mapping standards prescribed by the state shall be used.

Due to the needs of urban and rural planning, construction, and scientific research, if small and medium-sized cities and large key construction projects in the province really need to establish a relatively independent plane coordinate system, they should report to the provincial competent department of surveying, mapping and geographic information for approval.

The establishment of a relatively independent plane coordinate system should be linked to the national coordinate system. Only one relatively independent plane coordinate system can be established in the same city or local area.

Article 11: The establishment of a digital regional geospatial information basic framework, a geographic information public service platform, and a financially-invested geographic information system shall use the province's unified standard basic geographic information data.

Article 12 For aerial photography due to surveying and mapping, it shall be reported to the military surveying and mapping department for approval in accordance with relevant state regulations.

Those who use drones for photography for surveying and mapping shall abide by the relevant regulations of national aviation flight control.

Where financial funds are used to purchase satellite remote-sensing surveying and mapping data and perform basic aerial photography, the department in charge of surveying, mapping and geographic information will organize the implementation and provide results.

Article 13 The competent department of surveying, mapping and geographic information shall formulate an emergency surveying and mapping support plan, establish an emergency surveying and mapping support mechanism, and organize remote sensing monitoring, navigation and positioning, and geographic information data application, retrieval, transmission and other related work according to the needs of emergency response. .

Article 14 In response to emergencies, the competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information may requisition the surveying and mapping equipment and surveying and mapping results of the unit of surveying and mapping geographic information. After the emergency treatment is completed, it shall be returned in time. Any damage or loss to the surveying and mapping equipment shall be compensated according to law.

Article 15 The competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information organizes the implementation of geographic national condition monitoring in accordance with the law. After consulting the relevant departments and submitting it to the people's government at the same level for approval, the geographic national condition monitoring information is released.

Units engaged in geographic national conditions monitoring shall, in accordance with national unified norms and standards, regularly monitor, statistics and analyze geographic national conditions, and be responsible for the quality of geographic national condition monitoring results.

Article 16 Where the drawings of the real estate ownership certificate issued by the real estate registration authority involve surveying and mapping, they shall be surveyed and produced by units with corresponding surveying and mapping qualifications.

The real estate surveying and mapping shall implement the relevant national measurement specifications and technical standards, and shall comply with the relevant national regulations. The results of real estate surveying and mapping shall be reviewed and signed by professional and technical personnel qualified for surveying and mapping practice.

If there is any objection to the real estate surveying and mapping results, the quality supervision and inspection agency of surveying and mapping results may be entrusted with identification.

Article 17 Engineering surveying activities in the fields of water conservancy, energy, transportation, communications, municipal administration, resource development and other fields shall be carried out in accordance with relevant national engineering surveying technical specifications and shall be subject to the supervision and management of the competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information.

Chapter III Surveying and Mapping Achievements

Article 18 The surveying and mapping results shall be implemented in accordance with the law. The unit of surveying and mapping geographic information shall ensure the quality of the surveying and mapping results.

Use surveying and mapping results to implement the principles of unified standards, co-construction and sharing, and security.

Article 19 The provincial surveying and mapping geographic information department in charge is responsible for the management of the surveying and mapping results of the province, and may entrust the district-level municipal surveying, mapping and geography information department to organize the implementation of the surveying and mapping results of the administrative region and the storage and storage.

The investor of the surveying and mapping geographic information project or the unit that undertakes the state-invested surveying and mapping geographic information project shall, within three months after passing the inspection of the surveying and mapping results, in accordance with the law with the provincial surveying and mapping geographic information department or its district-based city surveying and mapping geographic supervisor The department shall submit a copy or catalog of the surveying and mapping results.

The competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information shall promptly publish the catalogue of surveying and mapping results submitted to the society. Where relevant units and individuals need to inquire about surveying and mapping results, the competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information shall provide convenience.

Article 20 The intellectual property rights of surveying and mapping results are protected by law, and the use of surveying and mapping results shall be signed according to law. The user shall not copy, transfer or lend the surveying and mapping results provided for use without authorization. If it is really necessary to copy, transfer or loan the surveying and mapping results, the consent of the surveying and mapping results providing department or the right holder shall be obtained.

Article 21 The surveying and mapping results completed with financial funds shall be provided free of charge for government decision-making, national defense construction and public services. Units that use the surveying and mapping results for free shall not use the surveying and mapping results for profit-making activities, and shall provide to the competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information the materials that are available to the unit for basic surveying and mapping updates.

Except for the situation specified in the preceding paragraph, the surveying and mapping results are subject to a paid use system according to law, and the list of paid use prices shall be announced to the public.

Article 22 Where the results of surveying and mapping are state secrets, the provisions of confidentiality laws and administrative regulations shall apply. Where the relevant departments and units of this province really need to provide foreign organizations or individuals and foreign-invested enterprises with confidential surveying and mapping results, they shall conduct confidential technical processing and report for approval in accordance with relevant state regulations.

Article 23 The results of basic surveying and mapping shall be backed up in different places.

The facilities and conditions for the storage of surveying and mapping results data archives shall meet the requirements and requirements of national confidentiality, network information security, fire protection and archives management to ensure the integrity and security of surveying and mapping results.

Article 24. The important geographic information data of this province shall be reviewed by the provincial competent department of surveying, mapping and geographic information. After consulting with the relevant departments of the provincial people ’s government and the military ’s surveying and mapping department, they shall report to the provincial people ’s government for approval and make it public.

The important geographic information data of this province mainly refers to the important data such as the location, elevation, depth, area, and length of natural and human geographic entities within the administrative area of this province, and related attribute data of rivers, lakes, rivers, mountains, caves, and islands; "Jiangsu" and "Jiangsu Province" and other geographic information data reviewed by the provincial surveying and mapping geographic information authority according to law.

If the content specified in the preceding paragraph belongs to important national geographic information data, it shall be reviewed and published in accordance with relevant national regulations.

Article 25 The unit of surveying and mapping geographic information shall establish and improve a quality assurance system and be responsible for the quality of the surveying and mapping results it completes. The competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information is responsible for the quality supervision and management of the surveying and mapping results in its administrative area.

The basic surveying and mapping and other surveying and mapping geographic information project results that use the financial funds to meet the prescribed standards shall be tested by the quality supervision and inspection agency of the surveying and mapping results. The specific standards for financial funds shall be determined by the provincial competent department of surveying, mapping and geographic information.

The units that organize the implementation of surveying and mapping geographic information projects shall cooperate with the competent departments of surveying and mapping geographic information to organize the quality supervision and inspection of surveying and mapping results.

Article 26 Surveying and mapping geographic information projects that use fiscal funds and other projects that use fiscal funds that involve surveying and mapping geographic information shall make full use of existing and appropriate surveying and mapping results and may not repeat surveying and mapping.

For the projects referred to in the preceding paragraph, the relevant departments approving the project establishment shall solicit the opinions of the competent department of surveying, mapping and geographic information at the same level in writing within five working days after the application is accepted. The competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information shall submit written opinions within five working days.

Chapter 4 Map Management

Article 27 The local people's governments at all levels and relevant departments and units such as surveying and mapping geographic information, press, publishing, broadcasting, television, civil affairs, education, and online information shall strengthen publicity and education on the national territory awareness and enhance citizens' national territory awareness.

The news media should publicize the national territory awareness to the public through various forms.

Primary and secondary schools should strengthen national territory awareness education in conjunction with relevant courses, and organize students to participate in national territory awareness education activities.

Article 28 The compilation and publication of maps and the provision of Internet map services shall comply with national and provincial regulations on map management.

Relevant departments and units shall provide the map preparation units with the current data and information required for map preparation in accordance with relevant national and provincial regulations.

Article 29 The competent administrative department of surveying and mapping geographic information shall publish the standard sample maps of this administrative area map to the society, and update them regularly to provide free use.

Compilation of maps of administrative areas shall not be carried out with paid geographical elements.

In compiling electronic maps for navigation, publicly issued traffic maps, tourist maps and other maps, important national agencies, medical institutions, colleges and universities, libraries, and other public geographic information should be marked, and no marked fees should be charged.

Article 30 The provincial competent department of surveying, mapping and geographic information is responsible for examining the provincial maps and the maps of municipal administrative areas that mainly include two or more districts.

The teaching maps of local primary and secondary schools in this province shall be reviewed and approved by the provincial education department in conjunction with the provincial surveying and mapping geographic information department.

In the production of audiovisual products, signs, advertisements, toys, souvenirs and handicrafts with schematic maps of national boundaries or provincial administrative areas, standard drawing methods and graphics approved by the State Council should be used; production and production units shall make the attachments themselves Map graphic products shall be submitted to the provincial competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information or the district-based city surveying and mapping geographic information competent department for review.

Article 31 For the review of atlases (books), government service service maps, and Internet non-profit maps, the competent departments of surveying and mapping geographic information may entrust map map review agencies to review. Where a map content review agency is entrusted to conduct a professional review, the unit that submitted the review shall be informed that the time for reviewing the map content shall not be counted within the time limit for map review.

The map content review agency shall complete the review within 15 working days. The competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information in charge of map review shall make a review decision within five working days after receiving the map content review opinion.

Article 32 Internet map service units shall conduct security inspections of Internet map service websites in accordance with regulations. Map security review personnel shall be responsible for reviewing, uploading, and publishing geographic information, and abide by national secrecy regulations.

Chapter V Geographic Information Services

Article 33 The competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information shall formulate the development policy of the geographic information industry together with relevant departments, guide and support the units of surveying and mapping geographic information to provide social services of geographic information through cooperative development, resource replacement, agency sales, technical services, etc. Social application of geographic information.

Article 34 Local people's governments at or above the county level shall organize the departments of surveying and mapping geographic information, planning, construction, transportation, water conservancy, agriculture, environmental protection, civil affairs, civil defense and other departments to establish and improve mechanisms for co-construction and sharing of geographic information so as to realize Geographic information resource sharing.

Article 35 The competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information shall organize confidential technical processing of the basic surveying and mapping results, timely release the non-secret basic geographic information catalogue formed to the society, increase the supply of basic geographic information, and realize the open sharing of basic geographic information.

Article 36 The competent departments of surveying and mapping geographic information in provinces and districts shall organize the construction of public service platforms for geographic information, and provide the public and social organizations with online services such as browsing, querying and interfaces.

Article 37 When conducting audits on the departure of natural resources of leading cadres, they shall use the geographic national situation thematic monitoring information provided by the competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information.

The competent department of surveying, mapping and geographic information shall, in conjunction with relevant departments, regularly organize thematic monitoring of the national conditions of ecological protection related to water, atmosphere, vegetation, soil, minerals, and land subsidence, and provide them in a timely manner as required.

Article 38 No unit or individual may transmit geographic information related to state secrets on the Internet and public information networks that have not taken security measures.

The use of geographic information must not endanger national security and the public interest. Where satellite navigation and positioning technology services are provided, personal location information shall not be disclosed.

Chapter VI Infrastructure

Article 39 The infrastructure for surveying and mapping geographic information includes the following signs, sites and platforms for surveying and mapping geographic information activities:

(1) permanent measurement marks;

(2) Satellite navigation and positioning reference stations;

(3) Measurement and verification field for special instruments for surveying and mapping;

(4) the basic framework of geospatial information;

(5) Geographic information public service platform;

(6) Other surveying and mapping geographic information infrastructure required by laws and regulations.

Article 40 The provincial competent department of surveying, mapping and geographic information shall prepare a plan for the development of the entire province ’s surveying, mapping and geographic information infrastructure development plan, which shall be subject to the approval of the provincial development and reform department and shall be implemented after the approval of the provincial people's government.

Article 41 The provincial competent department of surveying, mapping and geographic information shall, in conjunction with relevant departments, establish a unified provincial satellite navigation and positioning reference service system and provide services to the society.

The satellite navigation and positioning reference service system shall comply with national standards and specifications.

Article 42 For the construction of a satellite navigation and positioning reference station, the construction unit shall, in accordance with relevant national regulations, report to the competent department of surveying, mapping and geographic information for the record, and include it in the provincial satellite navigation and positioning reference service system.

For the case of satellite navigation and positioning reference station construction equipment, materials such as the satellite navigation and positioning reference station construction station network and site information filing form shall be submitted.

Article 43 The local people's governments at or above the county level shall include the funds for the construction, maintenance, and storage of the geographic information infrastructure for surveying and mapping in their fiscal budgets at the corresponding level. Implement a subsidy system for the storage of permanent measurement marks.

The competent department of surveying, mapping and geographic information shall establish and complete permanent survey marks, satellite navigation and positioning reference stations, surveying and mapping instrument measurement verification site files, conduct regular inspections and maintenance, and be responsible for assigning units or special persons to keep them; township people's governments and street offices should do The protection of permanent measurement marks, satellite navigation and positioning reference stations, and surveying and surveying instruments for surveying and mapping instruments in this area.

Article 44 Permanent measurement marks, satellite navigation and positioning reference stations, and measurement and verification sites for special instruments for surveying and mapping shall be scientifically arranged and reasonably set.

Where permanent measurement marks are set, reference stations for satellite navigation and positioning, and measurement and verification sites for special instruments for surveying and mapping, where land is required, the setting unit shall go through the formalities for land use in accordance with the law; if the building is occupied, the setting unit shall give appropriate compensation.

Article 45 The competent department of surveying, mapping and geographic information shall provide relevant departments with information on the distribution of established permanent survey marks, reference stations for satellite navigation and positioning, and measurement and verification sites for special surveying and mapping instruments.

Relevant departments shall seek the opinions of the competent department of surveying, mapping and geographic information at the same level before examining and approving projects that may affect the use of land and the effectiveness of permanent survey marks, satellite navigation and positioning reference stations, and surveying and surveying instruments.

When constructing electromagnetic wave emission device systems such as electric power, radio and television, and communication facilities, the permanent measurement marks, satellite navigation and positioning reference stations, and surveying and mapping instrument measurement verification sites should be avoided, and the safety control distance from electromagnetic wave interference should not be less than Two hundred meters.

Article 46 The permanent survey marks and A, B, and C satellite navigation positioning points that have been set up by national first, second, and provincial basic surveying and mapping in the administrative region of this province shall be organized and maintained by the provincial surveying and mapping geographic information department; The national third, fourth and permanent survey marks set by the city and county-level basic surveying and mapping, as well as D and E-level satellite navigation positioning points, are organized and maintained by the district-level city and county surveying and mapping geographic information departments.

Chapter VII Qualifications and Markets

Article 47 Units engaged in surveying and mapping activities shall obtain surveying and mapping qualifications in accordance with law. The conditions and procedures for surveying and mapping qualification review and issuance of surveying and mapping qualification certificates shall be implemented in accordance with relevant national and provincial regulations.

Article 48 Professional and technical personnel who have not obtained the qualification for surveying and mapping shall not engage in activities related to the qualification for surveying and mapping.

When surveying and mapping personnel conduct field surveying and mapping activities, they shall hold a surveying and mapping operation certificate.

Provincial competent departments of surveying, mapping and geographic information and district-based municipal departments of surveying, mapping and geographic information are responsible for the issuance and registration of surveying and mapping operations according to the division of responsibilities.

Article 49 Where bidding and government procurement are implemented for surveying and mapping geographic information items, they shall be implemented in accordance with the relevant laws and regulations. Surveying and mapping geographic information items that are not suitable for public bidding involving national security, state secrets, etc. may not be open for public bidding.

The surveying and mapping geographic information unit shall not subcontract the contracted surveying and mapping geographic information project; if it intends to subcontract part of the non-subject and non-critical work of the surveying and mapping geographic information project, it shall be stated in the bidding documents, and with the consent of the contracting unit, it shall take Contract execution. The unit that accepts the subcontracting shall have the corresponding qualifications for surveying and mapping, and shall not subcontract the surveying and mapping geographic information items.

The surveying and mapping geographic information items of public bidding and government procurement shall implement a supervision system.

Article 50 The contracting unit of the surveying and mapping geographic information project of bidding and government procurement shall submit a copy of the contract text to the competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information where the surveying and mapping geographic information project is located for the record within 15 working days from the date of signing the contract; Where information items are subcontracted, a copy of the text of the subcontract shall be attached.

Chapter VIII Supervision and Management

Article 51 The competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information shall strengthen the unified supervision of the surveying and mapping geographic information market, and use the dynamic monitoring platform of the surveying and mapping geographic information market to timely release the surveying and mapping geographic information market supervision information to the society.

Any unit or individual has the right to report illegal acts of surveying and mapping geographic information. The department in charge of surveying and mapping geographic information that has received a report shall handle it in accordance with the law.

Article 52 The competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information shall, in conjunction with the relevant departments, supervise and manage the bidding and tendering of government surveying and mapping geographic information projects and government procurement activities.

The competent department of surveying, mapping and geographic information shall supervise and inspect the bidding unit's surveying and mapping qualifications and market credit, the qualifications of experts in surveying and mapping evaluation, the method of bid evaluation and the winning bid price.

Article 53 The competent department of surveying, mapping and geographic information organization to organize the quality supervision and inspection of surveying and mapping results shall randomly sample and survey the quality of geographic information project proportions every year, and announce the results of supervision and inspection to the society.

For surveying and mapping geographic information items that have not been submitted for bidding and are contracted below cost, the competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information shall organize supervision and inspection.

Article 54 The competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information shall strengthen credit management in the surveying and mapping geographic information market, establish a market credit reward and punishment mechanism, release credit information to the society, and provide inquiry services.

Article 55 The competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information shall strengthen the supervision and management of foreign organizations or individuals engaged in surveying and mapping geographic information activities within the administrative region of this province.

Those who provide surveying and mapping geographic information services to foreign organizations or individuals and foreign-invested enterprises shall abide by relevant laws and regulations, shall not involve state secrets, and shall not endanger national security.

Article 56 The competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information and the departments and units of national security, confidentiality, industry and commerce, press, publishing, broadcasting, television, online information, and customs shall establish a joint law enforcement work mechanism, and regularly conduct surveying and mapping geographic information markets and confidentiality supervision and inspection every year, in accordance with law. Investigate and punish illegal acts.

Chapter IX Legal Liability

Article 57 The staff of the competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information shall neglect their duties, abuse their powers, and engage in malpractices for personal gain in the management of surveying and mapping geographic information, and shall be punished according to law; if they constitute a crime, they shall be investigated for criminal responsibility according to law.

Article 58 Anyone who violates the provisions of Article 10, paragraph 1 of these Regulations and fails to use the nationally prescribed surveying and mapping system and surveying and mapping standards to engage in surveying and mapping geographic information activities shall be ordered to make corrections by the competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information; Fines ranging from RMB 100,000 to RMB 100,000.

Article 59 In violation of the first paragraph of Article 21 of these regulations, the unit that uses the surveying and mapping results for free to use the surveying and mapping results for profit-making activities shall be ordered to correct by the competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information. A fine ranging from 10,000 yuan to 100,000 yuan.

Article 60 In violation of Article 32 of these Regulations, if an Internet map service unit fails to perform a security test on an Internet map service website within the prescribed time limit, the competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information shall order correction; if the refusal to make corrections results in serious consequences, A fine of 10,000 to 100,000 yuan shall be imposed.

Article 61 In violation of the second paragraph of Article 49 of these Regulations, if the contracting unit illegally subcontracts surveying and mapping geographic information items, the competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information shall order correction, confiscate the illegal income, and may concurrently dispose of the amount of the contracted project. For fines ranging from 5 to 10 per thousand, the relevant departments may suspend the allocation of financial funds for surveying and mapping geographic information items that use financial funds.

Article 62 In violation of the provisions of Article 50 of these Regulations, if the unit contracting a geographic information project for surveying and mapping does not record in accordance with regulations, the competent department of surveying and mapping geographic information shall order correction.

Article 63 Where there are penalties for laws and administrative regulations for acts that violate the provisions of these Regulations, such provisions shall be implemented.

Chapter X Supplementary Provisions

Article 64 These Regulations shall become effective on May 1, 2018. The "Regulations on Surveying and Mapping in Jiangsu Province" passed by the Seventeenth Meeting of the Standing Committee of the Tenth People's Congress of Jiangsu Province on July 29, 2005 were repealed simultaneously.