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NGIS 2014 - 24th Annual GIS Conference

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Tuesday, March 18th 2014


NGIS 2014 - 24th Annual GIS Conference

On May 7th 2014 the 24th Annual NGIS Conference will commence in Las Vegas. This annual conference is hosted by the Nevada Geographic Information Society, a statewide non-profit organization that serves to promote the use of GIS across multiple industries. This commitment is showcased by the partnerships that have developed between Federal, State, Local and Private Agencies throughout Nevada over the past 20 years. Our 2014 program promises to bring the best and brightest practitioners throughout the State together to explore avenues for GIS’ growth and progress within Nevada. 

Your NGIS Conference registration includes, Technical Workshops, Vendor Room, Poster Session, Social Events, and featured speakers, Jacob Snow, City Manager for the 2nd largest city in Nevada and Nick Kryger, GIS/IT Administrator for the Salt Lake City Department of Public Works. Additionally, tours are scheduled for the Nevada Test Site and the Neon Museum and either is available for a minimal fee, but space is limited so sign up early!

Come to Las Vegas this year and network with old and new friends during this year’s 24th Annual NGIS Conference. As always there are discounted rates available for students.

WHAT - The 24th Annual NGIS Conference - Bridging the Gap to our Future. WHO - Presented by the Nevada Geographic Information Society. WHEN - May 7th & 8th with Pre and Post Conference Activities. WHERE - Sam’s Town Hotel & Gambling Hall, Las Vegas, Nevada

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