FAQ

What is the ITAG Conference?

The ITAG Conference is a joint effort between the Iowa Geographic Information Council (IGIC) and the Iowa Counties Information Technology (ICIT) organizations to combine our annual conferences into one comprehensive technology and geospatial event. The purpose of both organizations is to promote education, training, and cooperation in regards to technology and GIS. The goal of this conference is to educate, network and encourage an exchange of knowledge and professional practices.

Who can attend the ITAG Conference?

Anyone who is interested in learning more about the latest developments in information technology and GIS. We anticipate over 200 GIS and IT professionals attending the conference, and encourage students to participate as well.

What does the conference agenda look like?

On Tuesday, June 12, there will be a day of pre-conference hands-on training for both GIS and IT professionals.

The main conference, Wednesday, June 13 through Friday, June 15, will be primarily comprised of five educational tracks. Two will be dedicated to geospatial technologies, two educational tracks will be dedicated to IT technologies, and one track will be comprised of interdisciplinary topics of interest to both the GIS and IT professional. In total, there will be more than 50 hours of educational content over the course of the conference. Furthermore, you will find a host of opportunities for professional networking, delicious meals and fantastic entertainment.

This sounds great! How do I register?

Registration will open on our website in the spring of 2018; so mark your calendar now for what will be one of Iowa’s best geospatial and technology events.