Read more for yourself in this TwinCities.com article. Interestingly, plenary speakers Scott Resnick and Michael Terner addressed this very topic last week at our annual conference. Open data is clearly a growing trend!
Each year at our Annual Conference, the Wisconsin Land Information Association honors a group of our colleagues for their dedication to WLIA and the broader Wisconsin geospatial community. Congratulations go out to our 2014 award winners!
Anyone interested in learning more about “Lean Government” is invited to a March 11 training in Green Bay.
The Wisconsin Land Information Association (WLIA) presented Rep. Strachota with the Friend of Land Records Award at its 27th annual conference. The WLIA awards this title to individuals or organizations that contribute to the success or advancement of land records modernization in the state.
I thought this day would never come but, here I am about an hour away from making the drive down to Madison. Thank You So far we have 482 people registered which is excellent! Last time in Madison… Read More
The 2013 Annual Report is now available online. As a non-profit organization we are always on the lookout for ways to save money. We heard from enough of the membership to convince us to do without printing this publication… Read More
First 15 teachers to register will receive a $150 stipend from the Wisconsin Geographic Alliance.