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Welcome to the NYS GIS Association.  We offer tremendous value to our members at a very low price.  Our membership year is from July 1st to June 30th. If you are not a current member and join on or after April 1st, you will be credited for the current year and the next! This is just our way of making it easy for you to get even more value for your membership. Speaking of value - did you know your membership is worth 44 times what you pay?  It's true! Check it out here.

No matter when during this year you join, you are professionally credited for an entire year’s membership.  Once you join, you’ll be able to log in and view or change your profile information, view a summary of all your participation (great for applying for GISP!), and have access to member-only information.  Additionally, you’ll  be joining a group of dedicated GIS practitioners who are interested in professional development and influencing major issues affecting the state-wide GIS community.

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