NJ Geospatial Forum

The New Jersey Geospatial Forum (NJGF) is a community of individuals from various sectors with a common interest in the geospatial industry. NJGF is open to the public and encourages individuals to participate in meetings and discussions.

NJGF meetings are held quarterly, the Executive Committee meets at least four times per year, and Task Forces meet as needed.

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Wednesday, December 14, 2022 NJGF General Meeting Video Recording Available


View on the NJOGIS YouTube channel.

Next NJGF General Meeting rescheduled to Wednesday, December 14, 2022


The next NJ Geospatial Forum General Meeting will be moved from Wednesday, November 30, 2022 to Wednesday, December 14, 2022, hosted virtually on Microsoft Teams. This meeting with be a joint effort with DVRPC IREG. County and regional GIS managers will participate in a roundtable panel discussion about their experiences managing geospatial data in their organization. View the agenda and register online to attend.

2022 GIS Salary Comparison Report


View the 2022 GIS Salary Comparison Report discussed at the October 14, 2022 NJGF General Meeting. Contact Patricia Liedner, Hunterdon County Division of GIS Coordinator, the compilier and source of this report, with questions or concerns.

NJGF Executive Committee Elections


Executive Committee elections open on Monday, November 7, 2022 for the State Government constituency group. Active NJGF members that are eligible to vote will receive an email with voting instructions. Voting closes on Monday, November 21, 2022 at 5pm. Results will be announced at the next NJGF General Meeting. View candidate biographies using the link below.

NJGF General Meeting on Friday, October 14, 2022


The next NJ Geospatial Forum General Meeting will be held on Friday, October 14, 2022 at 10am, in-person at the 2022 MAC URISA Conference located at Resorts Casino & Hotel Ocean Ballroom in Atlantic City, NJ. Those interested in attending do not need to be registered for the MAC URISA conference to attend. Speakers from NJOGIS, Mercer County, Cherry Hill Township, and Burlington County will be participating in a Next Generation 911 in NJ panel discussion. View the agenda online.