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MidAmerica GIS Consortium

We believe geospatial technology creates value far reaching from ourselves. We are a network of dedicated leaders in the fields of mapmaking, location services, & data management.


Our largest event is the biennial symposium (conference) that we hold in even years. Each symposium is nearly a week long educational event with workshops, sessions, networking, exhibitors and much more. View more info on this year's conference. 

But, did you also know that we sponsor our state's conferences and provide platforms for community engagement?

We provide grants for organizations that need assistance.

Lastly, we are firm believers that education breeds success - so we work hard to bring you webinars, workshops, and other educational opportunities in our region. For more info on those, check out the Programs and Events pages. 


Many of our MAGIC leadership are also involved in national organizations as well, and MAGIC has formed lasting relationships with other organizations.  This coordination creates symbiotic relationships that guide the national conversations and provides a platform for locals and states to understand why it is important to have a voice.


MAGIC is proud to be an Advisory Organization to the Coalition of Geospatial Organizations (COGO).

The Coalition of Geospatial Organizations (COGO) is a group of geospatial organizations representing diverse sectors of the geospatial community.   The stakeholder groups that make up COGO speak with one voice wherever possible on geospatial data and policy issues. In accordance with its operating procedures, COGO only takes public policy positions with a unanimous vote of its member organizations.

The Coalition of Geospatial Organizations (COGO) is a coalition of 13 national professional societies, trade associations, and membership organizations in the geospatial field, representing more than 170,000 individual producers and users of geospatial data and technology.


NSGIC promotes the coordinated, impactful, and cost-efficient application of GIS and other location-based information and analytics to best serve the nation, with emphasis on the power of initiatives and public policy that connect across local, state, federal, and private sector partners.


The National Geospatial Advisory Committee (NGAC) is a Federal Advisory Committee sponsored by the Department of the Interior. The Advisory Committee shall: (1) provide advice and recommendations relating to (A) the management of Federal and national geospatial programs; (B) the development of the National Spatial Data Infrastructure; and (C) implementation of the Geospatial Data Act; (2) review and comment on geospatial policy and management issues; and (3) ensure the views of representatives of non-Federal interested parties involved in national geospatial activities are conveyed to the Federal Geographic Data Committee.

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