URISA Opposes the Current Version of the Geospatial Data Act of 2017-URISA writes position paper 7/5/2017

“Geospatial Data Act of 2017 (S.1253). Part of URISA’s mandate is to protect, promote and grow the GIS profession. And that includes monitoring and reacting to any possible negative impacts to our members’ livelihood.  There has been quite a bit of dialogue recently about the Geospatial Data Act of 2017 (S.1253). URISA’s Policy Advisory Committee has been actively debating ... »

FREE Census Webinar: Understanding American Community Survey (ACS) 4/13/17 (2-3PM)

The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ongoing survey that generates estimates on social, economic, housing, and demographic topics. Data users can access these estimates down to neighborhood level (tract and block group) using the American FactFinder. This presentation will cover background information about the ACS, an explanation of the ACS methodology, datasets and topics, and a demonstrati... »

GISP Certification Workshop 5/18/2017 (APWA-NC Technology Division Board)

The APWA-NC Technology Division Board is putting a GISP workshop on next month and registration is now open. The GISP Certification Workshop Thursday, May 18, 2017 Cary, NC $40 APWA Members $50 Non-Members Includes Lunch Register online at Cancellation Policy/Refunds Questions? Contact Andrew Shore, Ema... »

NC AUG Hurricane Matthew Response Using GIS Webinar 4/13/17 from 1-3PM!


NCGIS Presentations are now on YouTube!

The NCGIS conference is over, and it was awesome:) For those who missed a session, or couldn’t make it at all, the organizers have posted those presentations on YouTube.   »

2017 NCGIS Full Conference Details!

Greetings! With the holidays rapidly approaching, we understand if you are preoccupied with those plans but we want to make sure you don’t forget about something very important taking place early next year: NCGIS2017. The 2017 conference themed “30 Rocks GIS!” is a celebration of our 30th year, and it will feature topics that give you information needed to increase your GIS know-how. Taking place ... »

12/6/16 @ 11AM – Open Source GIS Groups Lunch Meet-Up!

We will meet at Neomonde’s Market at 11AM. Everyone is welcome, lunch is on your on. Please let us know you are planning to attend so we can look for you:)   »

11/29/16-TAG Women in GIS Group Dinner Meet-up!

We will meet on 11/29/16 at the Cameron Bar & Grill from 5:30-7:30. RSVP to Kathi Cotney, 919.610-2181 Cameron Bar & Grill 2018 Clark Ave, Raleigh, NC 27605 »

URISA Election Results-Teresa Townsend new Board President-Elect!

Big congrats to TAG co-founder Teresa Townsend on her election as URISA Board President-Elect! You can see the full results here. “Teresa Townsend will serve as President-Elect for one year and her term as President will begin at the conclusion of the 2017 conference in Jacksonville, Florida. Teresa has previously served on the board (2011-2014) and is excited to rejoin the board in her new ... »

How to use RSS Feeds in Groups

FYI-For those of you who use RSS feeds: We have feeds for the group forums on TAG. You can copy the RSS link right into your Outlook application (click image for larger diagram of how to set this up), Feedly, Live Bookmarks, or whatever RSS reader you use. Then, when a meet-up/social event, or announcement  is posted via the group’s forum, you’ll get the feed right in your inbox.:) Any group membe... »

NCGIS Registration Open!

Check out the conference website here! Still need to get those ideas/proposals in? Deadline is 8/12/16 Go to ************************CGIA Announcement*************** Question:  Where is the best place to be in February 2017 if you are involved in GIS in North Carolina or are interested in getting involved? Answer:  The North Carolina GIS Conference a... »

FOSS4G Presentation Videos Available on YouTube

You can now see the presentations from FOSS4GNA 2106. This is the link: »

2017 NC GIS Conference- 2/22-24 2017! Save the dates & get your ideas submitted:)

The theme is “30 Rocks GIS!” as this is the Conference’s 30th anniversary. Please mark your calendars now for the 2017 NC GIS Conference, to be held at the Raleigh Convention Center, February 22-24!!  As in years past, Wednesday February 22nd will have CURISA workshops, and the 23rd-24th will be the actual conference. The Program Committee is now soliciting presentation abstracts... »

FOSS4G NA 2016 – Poster & Map Session Details!

The Poster & Map Session submission details can be found here. »

FOSS4G NA 2016 Program Announced! Raleigh May 2-5th

You can check out the accepted talks & view the conference here. »

ESRI Releases ArcGIS 10.4

ArcGIS 10.4 is now available. Download your copy from your downloads page. »

FOSS4G NA (Raleigh) Call for proposals deadline 2/8/2016!

As a member of the organizing committee, I’m posting this to encourage you to consider a proposal submission to the Free and Open Source for GeoSpatial North America Conference in Raleigh, NC this May. If you’ve never been to a FOSS4G conference, they are a fun and informative gathering of the smart and dedicated people that make up the FOSS4G community.  Everyone is welcome! This is truly a... »

Census Bureau to Host Webinar on New American Community Survey Five-Year Statistics 11/30!

CORRECTED LINK BELOW What: The U.S. Census Bureau will hold a webinar today, Nov. 30, in advance of the Dec. 3 release of 2014 American Community Survey five-year statistics, which are based on data collected from 2010 to 2014. The webinar will show participants how to access the data, review block group-level data and provide a demonstration of Census Business Builder, a Web application that allo... »

Call for Presentations GIS-T Symposium April 4-7, 2016

The GIS in Transportation symposium has announced the call for papers. You can find details on the GIS-T website here. »

ESRI Call for Papers (San Diego 2016)

ESRI has issued the call for papers to present at the 2016 User Conference. You can find the post here. »

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