Rep. John Curtis recently declared November 18 as National GIS Day. The resolution “encourages users of GIS technology, educators, students, and innovators to continue to employ GIS to—
(A) learn and explore;
(B) analyze and address societal, environmental, and other challenges; and
(C) drive economic growth for the betterment of the people of the United States and individuals around the world.”
See the full declaration here.
Our own Automated Geographic Reference Center is a key resource to help users throughout the state with GIS.