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The NARC Annual Conference is the largest national event focused on promoting effective regional cooperation and solutions through interaction and education.
Event ISO TC 211 28th Plenary and Meetings (Molde, Norway, from May 25, 2009 09:00 AM to May 29, 2009 05:00 PM)
 
2009 NSDI CAP Category 7 briefings
This year’s Pennsylvania GIS Conference will explore the essential connection between geospatial technology and the development and sustainability of our critical infrastructure.
Event INCITS L1/U.S. TAG meeting (ESRI, Vienna, VA, from May 12, 2009 09:00 AM to May 12, 2009 03:00 PM)
This meeting covers voluntary consensus standards activities at the national and internation levels for geographic information. The U.S. TAG portion is to prepare designated U.S. delegates for the ISO/TC 211 28th plenary and meetings scheduled for May 25-29. This meeting is for INCITS L1 members only. Information about this event is provided to inform the geospatial community about voluntary consensus standards activities for geographic information.
Event Dates: 12-13 May 2009 FGDC attending will be Ivan DeLoatch, Ken Shaffer, Roxanne Lamb, Arista Maher, John Mahoney
GEO Architecture and Data Committee, Stresa, Italy May 10 - 13, 2009 Ivan DeLoatch and Doug Nebert will be participating
 
Take part in Michigan's premier GIS Conference! Share your expertise, gain visibility, and enhance your professional growth. IMAGIN's Annual Conference provides administrative, professional, and technical information to GIS professionals, administrators, and students throughout Michigan.
 
International Symposium on Remote Sensing of the Environment, Stresa, Italy. May 4 - 8, 2009 FGDC staff attending will be Doug Nebert. He will also present a paper.
NASCIO conferences provide a unique opportunity for corporate members to network with their state government business partners and to discuss the issues facing the information technology field in the public and private sector.
The Illinois Geographic Information Systems Association will be holding its fifteenth annual Spring conference on April 28-29, 2009, at the I-Hotel & conference Center in Champaign, Illinois. The era of innovation and integration has influenced the GIS Community forcing new methodologies, solutions and creativity to keep up with this constantly demanding world in which we live. Join us as ILGISA moves into the future...New Beginnings for GIS—throughout the state of Illinois! This event will feature structured workshops, technical sessions, panel discussions, technology demonstrations, project updates, as well as national and state speakers.
Join other GIS users from the southeast region to get updated, educated, and inspired. Connect with your peers and ESRI staff as you discuss challenges and discover solutions applicable to your organization, industry, and location. Grow your knowledge and gather fresh insight to apply to your GIS projects during this one-of-a-kind forum.
The 9th Biennial IGIC Conference will feature a full schedule of thought provoking presentations, hands-on workshops, and valuable informational sessions expanding your view of what is possible in today? ever changing geospatial world.
Geospatial Information and Technology Association (GITA) 2009 Annual Conference, April 19 - 22, 2009. Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, FL. FGDC will have a booth. Milo Robinson will be present at the booth. Doug Nebert will give a presentation.
 
The morning Coordination Group meeting has been cancelled. There will be an Operations Review and Evaluation Meeting in the afternoon.
The 2009 conference features last year's format including free long format GIS technical workshops for conference registrants on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday mornings. New this year to these workshops, are a series of ESRI “hands on” workshops. The conference calendar opens with 2-day pre conference GIS training classes (Mon/Tues April 13th & 14th) offered at deeply discounted prices. The main conference runs Wednesday a.m., April 15th, through Friday, April 17th, early afternoon
The conference theme, "Layers of Success – Interconnecting Ideas" is aimed at showcasing the strides and successes GIS and IT professionals are having in the Intermountain Region.
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