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of the statewide GIS community

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The GIS Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) is comprised of 8 members representing the state, local and federal GIS community in North Carolina. The purpose of the TAC is to review and recommend specifications related to interoperability of hardware, software and databases to enable data sharing, as well as approaches or guidelines for developing, installing, and managing the components of GIS infrastructure. The state (SGUC), local (LGC) and federal (FIC) committees appoint members to the TAC. The GICC chair appponts the TAC chair and the other members. The TAC prepares an annual work plan that directs the work of the committee and documents it accomplishments.


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July 2015 – NC Parcel Boundaries and Standardized Fields

Standardized parcel data for all 100 counties is now available as a map service, a feature service, or as downloadable data from the the NC OneMap Geospatial Portal.

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May 2015 – Guidance for Acquisition of Oblique Aerial Imagery and Software System
A guide for local government GIS coordinators considering acquisition of oblique imagery is now available, developed by the Working Group for Orthophotography Planning. read more ...

February 2015 - 2014 Imagery Available

The 2014 orthoimagery is now available from the NC OneMap GeoSpatial Portal. Read the full article for all of the details.

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January 2015 - Understanding Raster Imagery Compression

The GIS TAC has produced a document to guide and educate users on the compression of raster imagery.

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December 2014 - Addresses Available From NC OneMap

With the recent completion of the update to the Master Address Data Set, the 2014 version is now available from the NC OneMap GeoSpatial Portal.

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