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20th Anniversary of CalGIS Conference in Monterey, April 14-16, 2014

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Monday, October 7th 2013


20th Anniversary of CalGIS Conference in Monterey, April 14-16, 2014

Each year the four URISA chapters in California, along with the California Geographic Information Association, come together to present the California GIS Conference.  In 2014, the conference will celebrate the milestone 20th annual event in Monterey, California, April 14-16, 2014. The conference committee invites submissions of presentation proposals until December 15.  For details and presentation options, and for an online submission form, visit www.calgis.org.
 
The committee has already confirmed featured speakers for CalGIS 2014 including Jack Dangermond of Esri, Mike Migurski from Code for America, and Eric Gundersen of MapBox. The committee is finalizing preconference training courses and workshop offerings, along with sponsorship packages. Details are expected to be announced soon.

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