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GIS Day 2008
  Published on Oct 30, 2008 04:18 PM   (12 years ago)
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Save the Date! GIS Day is November 19

Maps are at the heart of many of our County services and are often created using Geographic Information Systems (GIS).  We use maps for planning, tracking, responding, analyzing, comparing, routing, visualizing, to understanding our work and constituents, and our world.

Learn more on this year's GIS Day!  DPSS will be taking part of this fantastic event along with many County GIS groups.  Come see how County managers are strategically using GIS to make informed decisions, to support productivity, and improve efficiency in their departments.  Find out how County GIS groups cooperate to benefit all. 

Held each year on the Wednesday of National Geographic Society's Geography Awareness Week (November 17–21 this year), GIS Day is a global event that celebrates geographic information system technology, which uses geography to bring countless benefits to the world. This year's event marks its tenth anniversary and will feature demonstrations, a map gallery and special games and activities. 

See you there!

Where:         Civic center Mall of the Hall of Administration

500 W. Temple St., Los Angeles, 90012

When:           November 19, 2008  10 am to 2:30 pm


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