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NC SOS – Fall Plat Review Workshop Registration\Locations

Registration is now available for all 5 Fall Plat Review Workshop Locations Fall Plat Review Workshops Details about the workshops as well as registration links are posted to the NCPMA Website News Blog at the link above. These 4-hour Land Records Workshops focus on the Plat Review Process as well as survey implications on the Cadastre (retracements, splits, combinations, recombinations, redi... »

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 ... »

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.   »

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 ... »

2015 ACS data released 9/15/16

Hi folks! The US Census Bureau have released the 2015 American Community Survey (ACS)  single-year detailed socioeconomic estimates.  ACS is a sample survey that releases estimates on a wide range of characteristics such as ancestry, language spoken at home, income, educational attainment, poverty, occupation, commuting, and more.  ACS releases single-year estimates for areas with populations over... »

FOSS4G Presentation Videos Available on YouTube

You can now see the presentations from FOSS4GNA 2106. This is the link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEqor3hXvGSofDWzQez3tbg/videos?sort=dd&view=0&shelf_id=0 »

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... »

AICP-CM Credits at the NCGIS 2015 conference starts tomorrow- 63.5 CMs!!

If you’re not yet registered for the NCGIS 2015 conference that starts tomorrow – please register now or show up tomorrow to take advantage of the 63.5 CM credits available over the 3 day conference!! The North Carolina conference brings our community together to talk GIS, to learn from each other, to promote data sharing, and to build a strong business case for GIS within our organizations. This ... »

GISCI Announces Changes to the GISP Certification Process

Here is the press release detailing the changes the Board has authorized that will start taking effect July 1 of this year. “Effective July 1, 2015, all professionals applying for their initial GISP certification will be required to take and pass the GISCI Geospatial Core Technical Knowledge Exam, now being developed, in addition to meeting the current standards for certification via a portf... »

NC GIS Conference Schedule is LIVE!

Get the details on sessions, speakers and all the cool things that will be at the NC GIS Conference February 25-27th here. http://2015ncgisconference.sched.org/ »

US Census Bureau releases state population estimates

The US Census Bureau released their annual state population estimates today. North Carolina’s population is estimated to pass Michigan’s population to make North Carolina the 9th largest state in the nation. In terms of total population growth, North Carolina had the sixth largest growth in population from 2013 to 2014 in the nation. You can browse the Census Bureau’s press release for today’s rel... »

NC GIS 2015 “Mobile & Global” Conference Registration is now LIVE!

http://ncgisconference.com/ The 2015 NC GIS Conference with the theme “Mobile and Global” is only 70 days away! Registration for workshops, exhibitors, and conference attendees is now available at the following link: http://ncgisconference.com/ Register now and join your colleagues at the Raleigh Convention Center on February 25-27 for this biannual event.  The deadline to avoid late registration ... »

NC GIS Conference -Abstract/Proposal Deadline 8/31!

We are sending a reminder that the Program Committee for the upcoming 2015 NC GIS Conference is asking for your presentation ideas, abstracts, proposals, and suggestions as we plan the conference program. We have received some excellent submissions so far, but welcome more. The deadline we set is August 31, and that’s still firm. But the truth is that we will be meeting again in early August... »

Teresa Townsend is on the Ballot for URISA President!

TAG’s own Teresa Townsend is running for URISA president. Go to the News page for details! The next election is in June. Ballots will be coming your way direct from URISA by June 10th, and the deadline to vote will be July 10th. »

Free – School Siting in a Changing Region

Triangle J Council of Governments is hosting a free meeting on School Siting in a Changing Region next Tuesday, May 13th from 2pm-4pm that is open to the public. We will have speakers presenting on the changing landscape of educational delivery, state policies’ effects on school siting, NC-specific school siting issues, and a local perspective from Wake County. There will be time for questions and... »

School Siting in a Changing Region

Triangle J Council of Governments is hosting a free meeting on School Siting in a Changing Region next Tuesday, May 13th from 2pm-4pm that is open to the public. We will have speakers presenting on the changing landscape of educational delivery, state policies’ effects on school siting, NC-specific school siting issues, and a local perspective from Wake County. There will be time for questions and... »

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