Guest Speakers

Keynote Speaker 
Wednesday November 19th, 9:00 - 10:00 AM 

Mark DeMulder
  Acting Cheif Scientist for Geography,  U.S. Geological Survey

Mr. DeMulder is the technical architect of the USGS's plan for The National Map, the Nation's topographic map for the 21st Century. The National Map is an innovative modernization of the approach the USGS uses to deliver geospatial data associated with USGS quad sheets. He will discuss the status of this bold endeavor; the role of partnerships with all levels of Government, the private sector, and academia; the institutional and technological challenges; and how The National Map relates to other Federal mapping activities. Every GIS professional will be affected by this sweeping initiative.

Luncheon Panel Discussion
Wednesday November 19th, 12:00 - 1:30 PM

Perspective Organization Panelist Title
Local Government Leon County Bob Rackleff Leon County Commissioner District 5
Private ESRI Christian Carlson Regional Manager
State Government DOACS Brian Pierce GIS Project Administrator
University FREAC Steve Hodge GIS Director
State Government FMRI Henry Norris Program Administrator


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