|Register now! Seats are almost gone for the FREE WLIA addressing workshop!|
|By Codie See|
|January 30, 2014|
Spaces are moving fast, register now to ensure a seat!
Thoughtful practices in addressing have powerful impacts on your organization and the world:
-Save lives, energy, and time
-Posture your organization for cross departmental data interoperability
-Overcome oganizational challenges related to addressing
-Improve everyday services and the quality of life
Boost your resume with professional training, plus gain GISP certification points!
Title: Building an Address Repository Using the FGDC Standard: Implementing Data Quality and Data Sharing
Date: Feb 12, 2014, 8:45 AM - 5:30 PM (Lunch on your own)
Venue: To be offered at the Wisconsin Land Information Association (WLIA) Annual Meeting in Middleton
Cost: Free! Seats are limited, register for the workshop here.
Instructor: Martha Wells, GISP, Co-Chair URISA Address Standard Working Group
Credits: This is a URISA Certified Workshop! Attendees will receive a certificate meriting 0.2 GISCI Education Points (GISP Certification points).
Abstract: This URISA Certified Workshop will help participants understand the addressing process, managing address data, and the organizational challenges related to addressing. The workshop will guide participants in developing a Master Address Repository that will serve the needs of the entire organization. It will also acquaint participants with principles of addressing that will posture the organization for cross departmental data interoperability and forward looking integration. The workshop will review the Federal Geographic Data Committee Street Address Data Standard, and help participants understand how the standard can help build quality address data. An overview of how Next Generation 9-1-1 is influenced by addressing decisions and standards will also be addressed.
For more information about the conference, visit the WLIA Website.
This workshop has been organized on behalf of the LinkWISCONSIN Parcel Mapping Project by the State Cartographer’s Office.