The North Dakota Information Technology Department and the North Dakota State Geospatial Committee (SGC) operate the GIS Hub, an infrastructure comprised of geospatial data storage, data services, and application interfaces. The GIS Hub supports state agencies in the development of their GIS and the dissemination of common interest data to other levels of government and the public.
The State of North Dakota's GIS Hub will provide the essential infrastructure to share core geographic datasets through an accessible data warehouse among stakeholders with browsing ability to the general public. The Hub will leverage the State's existing data, infrastructure and expertise to manage the core elements of this enterprise solution.
It is the vision of the SGC that the GIS Program will continue to grow in value to state agencies and other levels of government which in turn increases the level of service and cost effectiveness to the citizens of the North Dakota. The core of the GIS Program is the GIS Hub which will continue to develop through a focus on improved and new data sets and secondarily, through improved and new functionality and applications.
Status and Strategy
The Strategic Plan is used to communicate our vision and the supporting goals and objectives. The Framework document provides a definition and scope of GIS within state government. The GIS Program Report is an annual report provided to the Governor.
- GIS Program Strategic Plan (320kb pdf)
- The Framework of GIS in North Dakota (211kb pdf)
- 2021 GIS Program Report
The State Geospatial Committee was established by Executive Order 2022-03, signed by Governor Doug Burgum. Previously, the State Geospatial Committee was known as the North Dakota GIS Technical Committee which was established by Executive Order 1995-05, signed by Governor Edward Schafer. That Executive Order was re-affirmed by Executive Order 2001-06, signed by Governor John Hoeven.
- Executive Order 2022-03 (125kb pdf)