The Georgia Geospatial Information Office (GIO) secured a grant from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) to help Georgia acquire highly accurate digital elevation data. The effort brought together State and Federal partners to maximize the data collected, which will cover nearly a third of the state.
The Georgia Association of Regional Commissions has established the state’s first Geospatial Information Office (GIO) to coordinate and partner with local governments, as well as state and federal agencies, to establish a framework for GIS-based service delivery throughout the State.
Welcome to the official website of the Georgia Geospatial Information Office and the State’s first Geospatial Information Officer (GIO), Susan Miller. The Georgia Geospatial Information Office (GIO) was established in 2015 through an innovative initiative by the Georgia Association of Regional Commissions in conjunction with a variety of Statewide partners. It is the mission of the GIO to coordinate, promote and enhance geospatial data development, analysis and standards for the State of Georgia, its agencies, authorities, regions and local governments.
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