Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Geographic Information Systems use software tools to gather, transform, manipulate, analyze, and produce geospatial data related to the surface of the earth.

Through a general-fund appropriation for the GIS Program, ITD provides the hosting infrastructure and a product coordinator for the North Dakota GIS Hub. Database administrators, web application developers, web presentation developers, and system administrators all contribute to provide a reliable, scalable, and secure environment.  The GIS Hub is the result of people collaborating and coordinating through the GIS Technical Committee.

Application and Data Development
State agencies can use the IT Professional Services Contract Pool to obtain GIS services which include application development and data development services.
Data Services
The GIS Hub provides ArcGIS REST data services which can be consumed by desktop and browser applications.  Additional information is available on the Accessing Web Services web page.

Requesting Service

The online Work Management System (WMS) may be used to submit a “Software Dev/GIS/PM/QA" Service Request.

Requesting Support

For GIS-related issues, please visit Requesting GIS Hub Support.