ITD has implemented a new video conferencing service called Pexip. Unlike traditional solutions, Pexip allows users to connect and broadcast via a web browser without specialized software or hardware.
North Dakota has a number of opportunities to partner with the U.S. Census Bureau to ensure that our state is properly counted for the 2020 Census. Having accurate city boundaries is a key step.
The EA Application Architecture team recently rescinded two outdated Standards, updated one standard, and updated one Best Practices.
The May 11th, 2016, Information Technology Coordinators Council (ITCC) meeting recap is now available.
GeoComm has completed their portion of the Department of Emergency Services' Base Map Project which consists of imagery, road centerlines, and address points.
At last week's MidAmerica GIS Consortium (MAGIC) Symposium, Rod Bassler of the State Water Commission was given the MAGIC GIS Service Award.
North Dakota's Statewide Longitudinal Data System (SLDS) program, which provides data to support research and evaluation of education and training programs, has launched a new publicly available app.
The 2017-2019 Budget Guidelines have been posted to ITD’s website.
The April 13th, 2016, Information Technology Coordinators Council (ITCC) meeting recap is now available.
Coming Soon! The GIS Hub Portal will be the new source of GIS Hub and other state agency data and information.