Des Plaines, IL (April 22, 2019) URISA is pleased to share the comprehensive agenda for GIS-Pro 2019, taking place September 28-October 2, 2019 in New Orleans.
Washington URISA (WAURISA) invites you to join your fellow GIS professionals at the only statewide GIS conference in Washington State – the 2019 Washington GIS Conference, May 20 – 23 at the Greater Tacoma Convention & Trade Center in Tacoma.
February 4, 2019 (Des Plaines, IL) URISA is pleased to announce the Exemplary Systems in Government (ESIG) Awards process for 2019. Since 1980, URISA’s ESIG Awards have recognized extraordinary achievements in the use of geospatial information technology that have improved the delivery and quality of government services.
URISA is pleased to invite presentation proposals for GIS-Pro 2019 in New Orleans.
Des Plaines, IL (October 17, 2018) More than 500 GIS professionals – from 43 states, 5 Canadian provinces, and 8 countries – recently convened in Palm Springs, California for GIS-Pro & CalGIS 2018. One of the highlights of the conference was the Awards Breakfast, during which a number of URISA leaders were recognized for their volunteer service. […]
October 5, 2018 (Des Plaines, IL) In recent years, URISA’s Policy Advisory Committee has facilitated several panel discussions at GIS-Pro conferences during which surveyors and GIS professionals have discussed the distinctive, yet complementary, services that each profession provides.
Des Plaines, IL (September 12, 2018) URISA is pleased to announce the induction of one individual and a federal agency into its GIS Hall of Fame.
Des Plaines, Illinois (August 14, 2018) URISA Is pleased to announce the recipients of 2018 Exemplary Systems in Government (ESIG) Awards.
Since then, nearly 700 GIS professionals have attended the specialized five-day GIS leadership and management training program that focuses on:
It starts with where. Every call for help to 9-1-1 begins with a simple question: “Where is the emergency?” This deceptively simple question hides a myriad of complex issues. It opens a window into some of the biggest challenges we face today, and it is where you, as GIS professionals, can literally help save lives.