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GIS Day at the Capitol

March 12, 2015


GIS Day at the Capitol is a unique opportunity for the public and private sectors to highlight the uses of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and to showcase how the technology is being used as a decision-making tool throughout the state of Oklahoma. On Thursday, March 27, 2014, over 50 public and private agencies demonstrated the power of GIS to the legislators of Oklahoma. The 20th anniversary of the event proved to be as exciting as ever with a record number of exhibitors. Thank you to all who participated and made the event a great success.

Make plans to join us from 9:30 am to 2:00 pm, March 12, 2015, on the second and fourth floor rotundas in the State Capitol Building as we step into the next 20 years of GIS Day at the Capitol in Oklahoma. This is a free event and we invite everyone to attend. For more information about GIS Day at the Capitol, please contact Shellie Willoughby at shellie.willoughby@conservation.ok.gov.


Information on GIS Day at the Capitol from previous years: