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1999 NSDI CAP Awards

This page provides information about the 1999 NSDI CAP projects.

The 1999 National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) Cooperative Agreements Program (CAP) awards were announced at the National GeoData Forum in June of 1999.  This year’s program is devoted to projects that will further framework data documentation and clearinghouse development.  It builds upon the expertise that has been developed in the community.  It represents a new level of participation—participants and communities helping themselves and others.  The participants in this program will develop metadata for existing framework data, collect framework metadata, serve metadata through new or existing clearinghouse nodes, or provide or coordinate training or technical assistance.  The 1999 "Don't Duck Metadata" Program will fund 95 projects for a total of approximately $1,800,000. These projects will involve over 240 federal, state and local government, and private and academic organizations nationwide.  The list of awardess is arranged by the states in which their offices are located.

Alaska

Alaska Department of Natural Resources
Municipality of Anchorage—Anchorage Water & Wastewater Utility

Alabama

Geological Survey of Alabama

Arkansas

University of Arkansas—Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies

Arizona

Hualapai Tribe—Department of Natural Resources

California

Western Riverside Council of Governments
City of Calabasas
California Resources Agency Program (CERES)
Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments
County of Ventura
California State University, San Bernardino—Department of Geography GIS Center

Colorado

The San Luis Valley GIS/GPS Authority
Bureau of Indian Affairs—Geographic Data Service Center
Bureau of Land Management—National IRM Center
Southwestern Colorado Data Center, Inc.
U.S. National Park Service—Denver

Connecticut

University of Connecticut—Center for Geographic Information & Analysis

Delaware

University of Delaware—Department of Geography

Florida

GeoComm International Corporation
Florida Geographic Information Board—Department of Management Services

Georgia

Georgia Office of Information Technology Policy Council

Hawaii

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers—Honolulu Engineer District

Iowa

Iowa Geographic Information Council

Idaho

University of Idaho Library
Coeur d'Alene Tribe—Tribal GIS

Illinois

Chicago Horticultural Society—Chicago Botanic Garden
Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission

Indiana

Watershed Research

Kansas

Kansas GIS Policy Board—Kansas Water Office

Louisiana

U.S. Geological Survey—National Wetlands Research Center
University of Southwestern Louisiana—Center for Advanced Computer Studies

Massachusetts

City of Northampton

Maryland

Salisbury State University—Mapping Science Group
Towson University—Center for Geographic Information Services
University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Maine

Maine Office of GIS
Eastern Maine Development Corporation

Michigan

Land Information Access Association
Great Lakes Commission
Improving Michigan’s Access to Geographic Networks (IMAGIN)

Minnesota

Arrowhead Regional Development Commission

Mississippi

U.S. Geological Survey—Patuxent Wildlife Research Center

Montana

Ravalli County Planning Office
Natural Resource Information System—Montana State Library

North Carolina

North Carolina Center for Geographic Information & Analysis (NCGIA)

New Jersey

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
Monmouth County—Information Services/ GIS Division

New Mexico

University of New Mexico—Earth Data Analysis Center
New Mexico Environment Department—Information Technologies

Nevada

Regional Transportation Commission
University of Nevada, Reno—De LaMare Library
University of Nevada, Reno—Nevada Bureau of Mines & Geology

New York

Monroe County—Department of Planning & Development
Tompkins County—Information Technologies Services
Genesee County—Real Property Tax Services Office
Westchester County GIS—County Executive's Office

Oklahoma

Oklahoma Conservation Commission
Cherokee Nation—Office of Environmental Services

Oregon

Metro
Conservation Biology Institute
Intertribal GIS Council

Pennsylvania

Mifflin County Mapping Department
Pennsylvania State University—Environmental Resources Research Institute
Union County GIS Department
Wilkes University GIS Consortium

South Carolina

Richland County Government—Department of Information Technology
National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration—Coastal Service Center

South Dakota

State of South Dakota—Game, Fish & Parks
U.S. Geological Survey—EROS Data Center

Tennessee

Ducks Unlimited, Inc.
Tennessee Valley Authority
Science Applications International Corporation

Texas

Alamo Area Council of Governments—Regional Data Center
Petrotechnical Open Software Corporation
U.S. Department of Agriculture—Natural Resources Conservation Service, National Cartography & Geospatial Center
Texas Department of Information Resources

Utah

Southern Utah University—Physical Science Department, GIS/GPS Lab

Virginia

Northern Neck Planning District Commission
Virginia Department of Transportation
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
The Nature Conservancy
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers—Water Resources Support Center, Navigation Data Center
U.S. Geological Survey—Biological Resources Division
U.S. Geological Survey—National Mapping Division

Vermont

Vermont Center for Geographic Information, Inc.
Bruce Westcott

Washington

State of Washington—Department of Ecology
Washington State Department of Information Services
U.S. Geological Survey—Biological Resources Division, University of Washington Field Station

Wisconsin

Wisconsin Department of Administration—Office of Land Information Services

West Virginia

West Virginia Division of Environmental Protection
West Virginia State GIS Technical Center
Hancock County Assessor's Office

Wyoming

County of Natrona

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