New Jersey Geospatial Forum
Membership in the NJGF is open to anyone in the state who shares a common interest in geographic information and technology. The diversity in the makeup of the NJGF will help each sector to understand and visualize all the different uses of geospatial information throughout New Jersey.
An executive committee made up of 10 people representing distinct sectors of the state's geospatial community governs the NJGF. They are:
It is through your sector representative that issues are formally brought to the NJGF and placed on the agenda for discussion. Both the NJGF and executive committee meetings are open to the public.
Task forces are an important component of the NJGF. As a need arises, the executive committee can establish a task force to meet a defined set of goals over a specific period of time. Forum members can volunteer to participate on one or many task forces.
The NJGF is a group supported in full by volunteers. It is very important for people to get involved, share their information and ideas, voice their concerns, and work together to benefit everyone involved.
This site is managed by the NJ Office of Information Technology, Office of GIS.