Stakeholder groups from around the state are in the final stages of identifying representatives for an interim Wisconsin Geographic Information Coordination Council. If all goes as planned, the first meeting of the Council should happen in late summer of 2008.
Ayres Associates recently announced the promotion of two veteran staffers.
Michelle Schultz steps into a new role for Rock County.
A new report from the Wisconsin Geographic Information Coordination Council (WIGICC) Working Group outlines progress on the effort to establish a GIS council in Wisconsin.
Mark your calendar for the Wisconsin Geographic Information Coordination Council summit meeting on September 6th in Stevens Point.
The planning work associated with creating a new Wisconsin Geographic Information Coordination Council (WIGICC) has moved along nicely during the past two months. What’s next?
Taking time out for a half-day meeting is always hard. Was it worth it? Absolutely!
Five upcoming listening sessions are intended to gather ideas and feedback for developing the scope, composition and structure of the proposed Wisconsin Geographic Information Coordination Council.
Most of us don’t remember how we got on the de facto statewide geospatial e-mail listserv called “lio-tech.” For anyone that would like to join, here are the details.
Through the coordination efforts of the Wisconsin Land Information Association (WLIA), a strategic plan for GIS in the state has been completed and posted on the WLIA website.