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3 Joined GITA Or Renewed Their Memberships Last Week

Posted: Dec. 15, 2018

Three people joined GITA or renewed their memberships last week. Join them by joining us!

  • Corey Brunk, MTS
  • Paul Giroux, Greater Sudbury Utilities Inc.
  • Theresa Mulroney, Southwest Fl Water Management District

The Geospatial Information & Technology Association is a member-led nonprofit professional association and leading advocate for anyone using geospatial technology to help operate, maintain, and protect the infrastructure.Through industry-leading educational events - along with research initiatives, chapters, membership, and other programs - GITA provides education and professional best practices. 

 

Drew Fioranelli's GITA Minute: This Week's Slimgim Webinar

Posted: Dec. 11, 2018

 

GITA Welcomes Global Information Systems As Rejoining Affiliate

Posted: Dec. 8, 2018

Global Information Systems of Lexington, Kentucky, is continuing as a GITA standard affiliate member for the next 12 months, the geospatial association announced today. 

Global provides innovation-focused, seasoned expertise in pipeline integrity services and construction performance management for its partner-clients. Its domains of expertise include Applications & Database Development; GIS & CAD; Materials Verification & Pipeline Data Modeling; Real-time Data Integration, Analysis, Dash-boarding & Reporting of both construction and integrity actives. Its  programs focus on people, process, & technology to drive innovation and performance.

Global is one of nearly two dozen GITA standard organizational affiliate members. Standard affiliates enjoy benefits including: 

  • 5 individual memberships ($750 value)
  • Ability to purchase up to 20 additional individual memberships for $100 each
  • Preferential exhibit space at GITA-run events 
  • Announcement of your  support of the association to GITA's follows on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn
  • Acknowledgement of your standard affiliation -- and display of your corporate logo -- on GITA's website
  • Ability to provide quarterly product updates to GITA's more than 5,000 LinkedIn subscribers
  • Access to GITA research and development efforts, including the ability to suggest, sponsor, and/or participate in cooperative, vendor-neutral research efforts.

If your company is not yet a standard or premium affiliate member of GITA, we welcome you to learn more and join!

 

13 Join GITA Or Renew Their Memberships Since Nov. 1

A total of 13 people have joined GITA or renewed their GITA memberships since Nov. 1 are are now enjoying the added benefit of a new mobile-friendly GITA website. The new site debuted Saturday, Dec. 1. 

We're grateful to have these new and renewing members: 

  • Tod Barker, T D Williamson
  • Gary Bowles, Seneca Resources Corp.
  • Anita Cahill, City of Winchester, VA
  • Katherine Elrod 
  • Surya Gade, Gulf Interstate Engineering
  • Chad Hall, Jones|Carter, Inc.
  • Jennifer Jacobs, Jacobs Engineering Group Inc
  • William Kiger, Pennsylvania One Call System, Inc.
  • James Klugh, CDM Smith
  • Adriana Patino, Dynamic Risk
  • Doug Ruppert, Resource Data
  • Russell Safreed IV, TransCanada PipeLines Limited
  • Terry Strahan, ApplusRTD
  • Gwen Wolph, Portland General Electric

Are you a GITA member? If so, sign into the new website (you may need to reset you password using your email address and the "forgot password" function) and check out the Member Directory.

Not a member? Join us!

 

Free GITA Webinar On Slimgim GIS Performance Management Framework Is Dec. 13

Posted: Dec. 5, 2018

GITA offers a free webinar at 2 p.m. EST, Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018, featuring Paul Giroux speaking on his practical geographic information management framework, Slimgim.

Paul started his career at innovation centers in the mid 90’s where he relished the opportunity to push boundaries with web & geospatial data & technology. He spent most of his career in web & enterprise GIS development, architecture & administration both in IT & leading a transformation team in Public Works. Like many of you, he was struggling to create a sense of urgency & awareness with leadership about the exponential growth of technology, the true value of data & the importance of enterprise & growth mindsets. He felt that if he could measure the organizational impact of leadership & culture on process & data then he could strategically work on ways of improving it. He shares this work as Slimgim & enjoys sharing his journey including at the GIS Manager’s Summit (UC 2018). Recently, Paul made his way back to his roots as an Innovation Officer at GSU's The Workshop where he is fortunate enough to make creative use of enterprise location data & technology for the majority of his projects.

Abstract: Enterprise GIS maturity is hard & isn’t getting easier. Although several maturity models exist, not everyone has learned how to leverage the insight the models provide. Measuring maturity is the easy part – doing something productive with it is the challenge. While studying to complete his Masters, Paul Giroux developed a practical geographic information management framework named Slimgim. The maturity model & framework shared Creative Commons in 2014 have evolved into a ‘mass maturity’ movement. Paul will join us to talk about how others are putting the framework into practice. He will introduce you to Slimgim & his practical approach to developing rapid just-in-time strategy & enterprise roadmaps.

REGISTER FOR WEBINAR HERE
 
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