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The North Carolina Geographic Information Coordinating Council meets quarterly to review GIS project progress and set priorities and goals for the North Carolina geospatial community.

The North Carolina Geographic Information Coordinating Council meets quarterly to review GIS project progress and set priorities and goals for the North Carolina geospatial community.

The North Carolina Geographic Information Coordinating Council meets quarterly to review GIS project progress and set priorities and goals for the North Carolina geospatial community.

The North Carolina Geographic Information Coordinating Council meets quarterly to review GIS project progress and set priorities and goals for the North Carolina geospatial community.

This is an in person meeting for all council members.  Non-members may join in person or virtually.  

The North Carolina Geographic Information Coordinating Council meets quarterly to review GIS project progress and set priorities and goals for the North Carolina geospatial community.

The North Carolina Geographic Information Coordinating Council meets quarterly to review GIS project progress and set priorities and goals for the North Carolina geospatial community.

The North Carolina Geographic Information Coordinating Council meets quarterly to review GIS project progress and set priorities and goals for the North Carolina geospatial community.

The North Carolina Geographic Information Coordinating Council (GICC) meets quarterly to provide direction and oversight for policies, plans, data standards, data sharing, strategies, and technical issues.

The North Carolina Geographic Information Coordinating Council (GICC) and the Local Government Committee (LGC) want to know more about how they can serve you. Learn about current GICC projects, how local government GIS data forms the backbone of a successful state GIS program, and how you can become more involved in shaping the future of GIS in North Carolina.

The North Carolina Geographic Information Coordinating Council (GICC) and the Local Government Committee (LGC) want to know more about how they can serve you. Learn about current GICC projects, how local government GIS data forms the backbone of a successful state GIS program, and how you can become more involved in shaping the future of GIS in North Carolina.