Welcome to Virginia Association for Mapping and Land Information Systems (VAMLIS)
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The seventh edition of the newsletter was sent out August 27, 2015 via email. To signup for the newsletter visit https://tinyletter.com/vamlis.
VAMLIS invites you to the 26th Annual Virginia GIS Conference
October 19-20, 2015
University of Virginia
Monday, October 19th Training & Workshop
Tuesday, October 20th Conference*
*For conference registration rates, click on the link above or look over our price sheet.
If you need to mail a check as a form of payment, you will need to submit a paper registration form. Do not forget to include the lunch form with your registration form. Please note that lunch is not provided during the Training & Workshop.
For other conference details including this year's training and workshop and presentation topics, poster and web map contest information, keynote speaker, and more, visit our 2015 Conference page.
Thank you to our VAMLIS Conference sponsors:
Training & Workshop Sponsor
The Virginia Association for Mapping and Land Information Systems is a professional association in Virginia designed to provide educational and networking opportunities for professionals who have an interest in the mapping sciences in Virginia.
Why Join VAMLIS?
Formed in 1989, VAMLIS founding members recognized a need to bring together individuals and organizations that are involved and concerned with the mapping sciences. Promoting the free exchange of knowledge and information, VAMLIS offers its members access to a variety of educational and networking opportunities. Striving to be the voice of the mapping sciences industry, VAMLIS encourages a high standard of professionalism among its members and promotes educational, instructional, communication and legislative programs to further advance the profession.
Click Here to Join VAMLIS or Renew Your Membership.
Freedom of Information Act
Great material on FOIA in Virginia, including resources and reference materials: Powerpoint Presentation from VITA
For complete information on VA FOIA visit The Virginia Freedom of Information Act Advisory Council’s webpage: