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GIS Conference U.S. Virgin Islands Nov. 19-21



July 2, 2008 By

The Office of the Lieutenant Governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands and the Virgin Islands Geospatial Information Council will sponsor the Fourth Annual GIS Conference Nov. 19-28 in St. Thomas. Held in partnership with FEMA and NOAA, the conference will focus on regional and local integration of GIS technology through business and intergovernmental collaboration.

For more information contact Theresa Parris


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