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Nominations are still open for 2017 CGIA GIS Awards

Nominate a coworker! 2017 California Geographic Information Association Award Nominations

CGIA annually recognizes outstanding achievements in GIS within California through its awards program.Awards are open to any person in the State of California, and will be announced at a social event at the ESRI User Conference July 10, 2017, San Diego, California.

Nominations for […]

Nominations open for 2017 CGIA GIS Awards

2017 California Geographic Information Association Award Nominations

CGIA annually recognizes outstanding achievements in GIS within California through its awards program.Awards are open to any person in the State of California, and will be announced at a social event at the ESRI User Conference July 10, 2017, San Diego, California.

Nominations for the 2017 Annual […]

2016 CGIA Awards Annouced at CalGIS 2016

CGIA announced the winners of the 2016 Awards last month at the CalGIS Conference in Anaheim.

The winners were:

Advancement of Collaboration: Christina Boggs, California Department of Water Resources Chair’s Award: Eric Kauffman, California Department of Technology Excellence in Education: Ming-Hsiang Tsou, San Diego State University Exemplary Systems: City of Rancho Cucamonga Executive Dashboard Mobile […]

2016 CGIA Award Winners

CGIA announced the winners of the 2016 Awards last month at the CalGIS Conference in Anaheim.

Advancement of Collaboration Award

Christina Boggs, winner of Advancement of Collaboration Award

Granted for outstanding application of GIS technology representing innovative, elegant, or creative techniques. The technology may be transparent to the end user and is not required […]

Deadline Extended for 2016 CGIA Award Nominations

DEADLINE EXTENDED to FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 2016

Six awards are available to bring recognition to a colleague, project, or program for outstanding achievements in various aspects of GIS:

– Best Student Project or Paper (NEW): Granted to the outstanding quality of work using GIS technology – Chair’s Award: Honor a person for his/her contributions in […]

2016 CGIA Awards – Nominations Open

Nominations for the 2016 CGIA Awards are open: http://cgia.org/cgia-award-nominations/

Awards are open to any person in the State of California, and will be announced at the California GIS Conference (CalGIS), May 10-12, in Anaheim, CA: http://www.urisa.org/education-events/calgis-conference/

Bring recognition to a colleague, project, or program. The visibility that goes with winning an award can be an […]

2015 CGIA Awards announced at CalGIS 2015

CGIA announced the winners of the 2015 Awards last week at the CalGIS Conference in Sacramento.

The winners were:

Advancement of Collaboration: Steven Steinberg, SCCWRP Chair’s Award: David Peck, Pictometry Excellence in Education: Dan Scollon, Shasta College Exemplary Systems: Tim Jankowski & Robert Shanaberger, Caltrans – District 11 Outstanding Internet Application: Tom Weisenberger, Max Regis […]

2015 CGIA Award Winners

Advancement of Collaboration Award

Granted for outstanding application of GIS technology representing innovative, elegant, or creative techniques. The technology may be transparent to the end user and is not required to display map output.

Dr. Steven Steinberg accepts Advancement in Collaboration Award

Winner: Dr. Steven Steinberg, SCCWRP

Dr. Steven Steinberg, a Principal Scientist at […]

Submit your CGIA Nominations NOW!

Look at this sleek award! It could be sitting on your desk in June with your name or institution on it!

Please submit your nominations. Deadline is 11:59PM tonight. We are especially seeking nominations for Chairman’s and Excellence in Education Awards.

Chairman’s Award: Granted to honor a person who has made outstanding contributions in […]

Deadline Extended for 2015 CGIA Award Nominations

DEADLINE EXTENDED to FRIDAY, APRIL 10 Five awards are available to bring recognition to a colleague, project, or program for outstanding achievements in various aspects of GIS:

– Chairman’s Award: Honor a person for his/her contributions in GIS technology – Exemplary Systems Award: For outstanding application of GIS technology – Advancement of Collaboration Award: For […]

2015 CGIA Award Nominations – Due Friday

Nominations for the 2015 California Geographic Information Association (CGIA) Awards are due this Friday, April 3rd. Five awards are available to bring recognition to a colleague, project, or program for outstanding achievements in various aspects of GIS.

For full details, click here. Don’t wait until the last minute!

2015 CGIA Awards – Nominations Open

Nominations for the 2015 CGIA Awards are open: http://cgia.org/cgia-award-nominations/

Awards are open to any person in the State of California, and will be announced at the California GIS Conference (CalGIS), June 1st-3rd in Sacramento, California: http://www.urisa.org/education-events/calgis-conference/

Bring recognition to a colleague, project, or program. The visibility that goes with winning an award can be an […]

2014 CGIA Awards announced at CalGIS 2014

CGIA Announced the winners of the 2014 Awards last week at the CalGIS conference in Monterey.

The winners were:

Exemplary Systems: Ari Isaak, Evari GIS Outstanding Internet Application: Robert Beckler, City of Modesto Advancement of Collaboration: California Public Safety Technology Modernization (PSTM) Chairman’s Award: Jeff Orton, Paramount Citrus

Click here for full award details.

Reminder to register for CalGIS 2014

CalGIS 2014 is only 3 weeks away! CalGIS is the premier California focused GIS conference, and this year it is in Monterey (doesn’t get much better than that!)) The ESRI conference can get overwhelming, and focused specifically on one technology, while CalGIS has a very nice, small feel, with great sessions, and a great place […]

CGIA Extends Award nomination deadline to this Friday March 28th

We have received some very nice nominations for the upcoming CGIA Awards. We have extended the deadline for nominations by one week to this Friday, March 28th.

Get your nominations in on – click here to go to the nominations page

2014 CGIA Awards – Nominations open

Nominations for the 2014 CGIA Awards are open: http://cgia.org/cgia-award-nominations/

Awards are open to any person in the State of California, and will be announced at the California GIS Conference (CalGIS), April 14-16th in Monterey California: http://www.urisa.org/education-events/calgis-conference/

Bring recognition to a colleague, project, or program. The visibility that goes with winning an award can be an […]

2013 CGIA Award Winners

For several years, CGIA has recognized and honored those in the California GIS Community who do exemplary work or contribute to the industry for the benefit of GIS users everywhere. There are five categories: Chairman’s Award, Advancement of Collaboration, Outstanding Internet Presentation, Exemplary Systems, and Excellence in Education. This year three of our colleagues […]

CGIA 2013 Awards Nominations now open! Due by Friday, March 22

Each year CGIA presents awards for excellence in GIS. It is an opportunity to recognize and honor those who do exemplary work or contribute to our industry in a huge way.

CGIA is pleased to announce has opened its nominations for awards in Exemplary Systems, Advancement of Collaboration, Outstanding Internet Presentation, Excellence in Education, and […]

2012 CGIA Award Winners

For several years, CGIA has recognized and honored those in the GIS Community who do exemplary work or contribute to the industry in a huge way. There are five categories: Chairman’s Award, Advancement of Collaboration, Outstanding Internet Presentation, Exemplary Systems, and Excellence in Education. This year four of our colleagues were recognized for their […]

Nicholas Franchino wins 2011 Exemplary Systems Award

Nicholas Franchino, Los Angeles County Department of Regional Planning

Z-NET Project (accepted by Mark Greninger)

Z NET Public gets it right. This deceptively simple web application provides a wealth of the most commonly sought planning information for the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County while requiring only rudimentary familiarity with online maps. Using the […]