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2014 GIS Day in the Carolinas – What makes them a success? Read on!

Carolina URISA is the proud sponsor of the following GIS Day activities.  This year we asked for a brief report from each of the recipients to help describe and share the activities that made their event a success.  The CURISA Board … Continue reading

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Herb Stout Award Competition Opens – Deadline January 16, 2015

Announcing the opening of competition for the G. Herbert Stout Award for visionary use of GIS by local government in North Carolina! Local and regional governments: have you implemented a GIS application that has improved efficiency, reduced cost, boosted productivity, … Continue reading

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2014 GIS Day Sponsorship – Grant Application

Congrats to the following who were chosen to receive the grant funding this year: $50       Town of Zebulon $100     WSSU Urban Studies Program, WSSU Geography, MapForsyth $100     Henderson County Assessor and IT Departments $50       NHC IT $100     City of Raleigh … Continue reading

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NC GIS Conference Workshops – September 18, 2014

Don’t miss the best state conference for GIS professionals! It’s right here in North Carolina. Visit the new NC GIS Conference website! The 2015 North Carolina GIS Conference will return to the Raleigh Convention Center, February 25-27. This first rate … Continue reading

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Carolina URISA’s New Website and Stay Tuned for More Really BIG News!

The Carolina Chapter of International URISA (CURISA) would like to announce our new website!  CURISA has re-worked our online presence to better serve our members with a new look, easier navigation and integration with social networks. As CURISA continues to … Continue reading

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CURISA News for August 2013

    Related articles URISA 2013 Election Results Announced (gisandscience.com) URISA Announces 2013 Exemplary Systems in Government Award Winners (gisandscience.com) URISA Focuses on Public Participation GIS in July 29 Webinar (gisandscience.com)

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