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I-Team Contact Information

The various I-Teams have different organization and implementation strategies, incorporating partnership and planning efforts already under way. I-Team contacts and examples of some of their undertakings are

  • Arizona--Developing I-Plan strategies. Contact Gene Trobia at
  • Arkansas--Conducting a plenary I-Team meeting during the Arkansas GIS User Conference. Contact Shelby Johnson at
  • California--Dividing the state into 13 regional I-Teams. Contact Gary Darling at
  • Colorado--Developing teams to analyze needs of framework layers, starting with hydrography, governmental units and cadastral. Contact Marv Koleis at
  • Delaware--Establishing a "collaboratory" for framework integration. Contact Mike Mahaffie at
  • Indiana--Expecting to issue draft I-Plan soon. Contact Jill Saligoe-Simmel at
  • Kansas--Coordinating I-Team process with Geospatial Landscape of Kansas. Contact Rick Miller at
  • Maryland--Giving series of presentations to Maryland officials to gain support for recently completed I-Plan. Contact Bill Burgess at
  • Metro New York--Using themes: public safety, health, economic development, emergency management. Contact Al Leidner at
  • Montana--Revising draft plan submitted to FGDC in March 2001. Contact Stu Kirkpatrick at
  • Nebraska--Implementing a recently developed strategic plan with funding help from USGS. Contact Larry Zink at
  • New Jersey--Establishing task forces to develop I-Plan chapters for framework layers. Contact Hank Garie at
  • North Carolina--Developing Community Data Sharing Agreements. Contact Zsolt Nagy at
  • Texas--Drafting I-Plan as part of biennial strategic plan required under recent legislation. Contact Mike Ouimet at
  • Utah--Continuing to evolve I-Plan as implementation occurs. Contact Dennis Goreham at
  • Virginia--Accomplishing its initial I-Team studies through 9 regional county-based I-Teams and 3 separate state agency I-Teams. Contact Bill Shinar at

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