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Podcast: GITA Reorganizes - A Lesson For Professional Geo Organizations

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Tuesday, June 5th 2012


The Geospatial Information and Technology Association (GITA) has told its members in a letter that it will reorganize the association under a new business model, effectively ending the current professional society as we know it. Does the decline of GITA hold a lesson for other geospatial technology associations? Our editors discuss the challenges of staying relevant when so many other forms of communication are available thus displacing some of the functions of professional societies.


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