Welcome to Virginia Association for Mapping and Land Information Systems (VAMLIS)
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VAMLIS is currently seeking volunteers for a Newsletter Committee!
Anyone interested in being a part of the committee should e-mail email@example.com.
For those wishing to submit an article or an event to be featured in the newslettter should e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Congratulations to our winners at the 2014 conference!
1st Place: Protection Prioritization for Climate Change by Chris Bruce
2nd Place: Exploring Thematic Mapping Techniques by Justin Madron
3rd Place: Watershed by Andy Wells
1st Place: Development of a Regional Transit GIS Portal by Catherine Howey
1st Place: Fairfax County Fire & Rescue Toolbox by Shelby Zelonis
2nd Place: TITAN (Tidal Inundation Tracking Application for Norfolk) by Kyle Spencer
3rd Place: Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States by Justin Madron
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.
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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: