Delaware Geographic Data Committee (DGDC)
The Delaware Geographic Data Committee is a cooperative effort among government, the academic sector, and the private sector to build a Delaware GIS Community and improve the coordination of the use of GIS tools and spatial data in Delaware. The DGDC is established in Delaware state law at 29 Delaware Code, Chapter 91, Subchapter IV to ensure the availability of geospatial data, promote the use and sharing of that data and of geographic information system (GIS) software and tools, establish data standards, and support a community of geospatial data providers and geospatial data users in Delaware. The DGDC conducts its business under a set of DGDC Bylaws approved by the Executive Council on January 30, 2008.
DGDC Meeting Information
The DGDC meetings have been moved to the Delaware Department of Agriculture, 2320 South DuPont Highway, Dover, DE. The meeting time has also changed to be 10 am – Noon on the dates listed below starting with our February Meeting. The DGDC quarterly meetings will provide the ability to conference in either via phone and/or video.