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.
The online Work Management System (WMS) may be used to submit a “Software Dev/GIS/PM/QA" Service Request.
For GIS-related issues, please visit Requesting GIS Hub Support.
Software development is the act of translating user requirements into software systems.
Hosting is running and maintaining a computer system or application on someone's behalf; typically within a modern datacenter.