At a minimum, NSGIC wanted local governments who cooperated in the LUCA program to be able to keep any new address they discovered while reviewing the MAF.
A central theme of many NSGIC initiatives is that data should be created once and used many times.
NSGIC tabled its efforts in June 2006 (Craig, 2006).
In tabling this initiative, NSGIC did not abandon it completely.
NSGIC could take the lead in pushing such a system, but would want to work closely with NENA the National Association of Counties, URISA, and other stakeholders to ensure a system that works smoothly and meets all critical needs.
"NSGIC's Bureau of the Census Title 13 Initiative Tabled," NSGIC News, Summer 2006, page 4.