CGSIC Subcommittee to Hold Meeting August 14

August 8, 2012  - By

The CGSIC States and Local Government Subcommittee, chaired by the Federal Highways Administration, is conducting a meeting in downtown Seattle on August 14. CGSIC is chartered to be an information portal direct from the U.S. government’s GPS program to (and from) the world’s civil users of GPS.

The Coast Guard’s Navigation Center is assigned responsibility as the operational arm and executive secretariat for the committee and assists the States and Local Government Subcommittee to bring this information to state government and private personnel in regional areas of the United States. View an agenda and directions to the meeting on the Navigation Center’s website.

CGSIC meetings are free and open to all and present an opportunity to personally interact directly with the people that manage the GPS program. For more information, call CGSIC Executive Secretariat Rick Hamilton at 703-313-5930.

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