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This study is based on land consolidation project management policies, industry needs and current situation of land department. According to the characteristics of land consolidation, a multi-source heterogeneous integration database is established. It could be used to solve several problems, including disagreement caused by diversity of data sources and variety of structure. Base on this, a Land Consolidation Project Management Information System (LCPMIS) was built with some features as follows: object-oriented and project-driven workflow technology was used, according to two facts, land consolidation's core is project management and it has procedural characteristics; Business functions were divided into atomic modules by deconstructing and reconstructing basic elements of land consolidation project management. With all these features, the system was supposed to adapt to different business goals and to have a quick response to any changes on projects, so that it would improve the standardization of work processes.