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Have an idea for a presentation, workshop, or roundtable at GIS-T 2020?

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Presentation Submittal
Complete the GIS-T Presentation Submittal Form on the GIS-T web site link. If you have any questions regarding a paper submission please contact Eric Green.

Workshop Submittal
To recommend a workshop at GIS-T 2020 send an email to Joe Hausman with the title, a description of the topic of your proposed workshop up to two hundred words in length, and the name(s) of the workshop instructor(s). Workshops are 4 hours in length.

Round Table Topic Submittal
You may submit suggestions for a round table topic. The round tables are facilitated discussions on timely topics relevant to the theme of the conference. They typically last 1.5 hours with 1-3 facilitators with strongly encouraged group participation. A round table topic should include a description of the proposed topic and likely facilitators. Submit proposals directly to Jim Mitchell or Shawn Blaesing by December 20th.

2019 Agenda Now Available

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The agenda for the 2019 GIS-T Symposium is now available at  With 84 paper presentations, 8 Workshops, 2 Roundtable sessions, a huge Technology Hall, and a whole lot of ways to connect and network with your peers, the 2019 AASHTO GIS-T Symposium is your best bet to learn how GIS can help you make your agency better

Take a look now and see what’s in store for our upcoming symposium! And don’t forget to register at

Workshops work

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Need more information on a specific topic? GIS-T workshops give you an opportunity to delve deeper into a topic. You get to learn in an interactive setting and take what you’ve learned back to your office to take your agency to the next level.