This category is for any Organization with a primary aim of furthering GIS.
AGIC is the geospatial coordination body for Arizona. AGIC promotes the use of GIS and related technologies to address problems, develop plans, and manage the resources Arizona.
As a partner organization with the Federal Geographic Data Committee, CGIA is working to define and develop California's portion of the National Spatial Data Infrastructure.
EUROGI aims at maximizing the effective use of geographic information for the benefit of the citizen, good governance and commerce in Europe and to represent the views of the geographic information community. It achieves this by promoting, stimulating, encouraging and supporting the development and use of geographic information and technology.
Geomatics Yukon of Government Services is the territorial coordinating body for geographical information systems (GIS). It helps government, business and the public organize and use GIS data.
This organization focuses on the advancements of geospatial technology specific to the fields of telecommunications, infrastructure and utility applications.
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Office of Geographic and Environmental Information. Statewide GIS data, freely downloadable.
A non-profit technology organization advocating for digital democracy for the digital earth and contributing to a free, distributed, and open geographic information infrastructure.
A non-profit public agency assisting communities in southern West Virginia with planning, grant writing, GIS mapping, and data analysis and collection.
A non-profit organization dedicated to applying GIS for the conservation of the world's resources. Sponsored by ESRI.
Specializing in the use of remote sensing, digital mapping, GIS, satellite imagery, and GPS.
Coordinates development of the National Spatial Data Infrastructure.
A non-profit organization dedicated to advancing geographic processes and spatial relationships through theory, methods, technology, and data.
Non-profit association of professionals using GIS and other information technologies to solve challenges in US state and local government agencies.
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