Note: The banner on our website shows the Idaho State Capitol captured using LiDAR technology. The image comes courtesy of Boise State University, with a special thanks to Josh Enterkine for rendering this image.
The Idaho Geospatial Office (IGO) functions as part of ITS and works collaboratively with Federal, State, and Local government agencies, Tribal Nations, and private organizations to improve the acquisition, visibility, value, and use of geospatial data throughout the state of Idaho. The mission of the Idaho Geospatial Office is to provide centralized leadership, support, technology and services resources, standards, training, and to coordinate GIS activities for the Idaho GIS community.
State agencies in Idaho can contact the Idaho Geospatial Office for GIS services related to software licenses, training, assistance and consulting.
The Idaho Geospatial Clearinghouse, called Inside Idaho, is the GIS data portal created and managed by the University of Idaho for all GIS open data in the state. Authoritative GIS information created by Idaho State agencies can be accessed through our Open Data Hub.
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