The Distinguished Service Award is presented for long-term service and leadership to the Montana GIS community and the profession.
The GIS Professional Livability Award is an award that recognizes an individual for a measurable contribution to the application of GIS, thus improving the quality of life within their respective community, city, or state.
Each nomination requires a one-page letter of nomination, two references who also support the nomination, and any supporting documentation you may have. You can submit more than one nomination for each award.
The deadline for submission has been extended to February 24, 2020
You can submit multiple nominations, but please create a separate submission for each one. Each nomination requires a one-page letter of nomination, two references who also support the nomination, and any supporting documentation.
Questions? Contact the Professional Development Committee Chair
Applicants for the Distinguished Service Award must:
Applicants for the Livability Award must: