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Community for Data Integration (CDI)

The Community for Data Integration (CDI) is a dynamic community of practice working together to advance scientific data and information management and integration capabilities in the USGS. This is a publicly available web space managed by community members, and much of the content found throughout this site provides exposure to current thinking of the community. It is provided into the public space to encourage participation and collaboration with the many groups and individuals who are working on similar issues but does not represent official policy of the USGS or the U.S. Government in general.

Membership in CDI is open to anyone interested in participating or contributing to the community. Members receive notifications about upcoming CDI meetings as well as other information about the community. If you would like to become a member, please email cdi@usgs.gov.

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Request for Proposals
  • Watch 1-minute talks at the lightning presentation session! The recording and slides from November 28 are available on the 2019 Proposals page

  • Commenting on the FY19 Statements of Interest will begin midday on November 19, 2018. CDI members will receive an email notification. You can join the CDI and participate in commenting and voting if you join by the end of the day on November 29. Voting will be open from November 30 to December 14.
2019 CDI Workshop
Upcoming and Recent Training Opportunities

CDI Monthly Meetings (2nd Wednesdays at 11:00 am ET)


  • The next monthly meeting will be January 9, 2019.
  • Monthly Meetings (including agendas, recordings, notes, and telecon info)

The CDI Monthly Meetings bring together the community to encourage discussion through presentations from USGS programs and science centers as well as outside organizations to share application development and new technologies, discuss data initiatives, and address data and metadata management challenges.

About the CDI


For questions, information, or help please contact cdi@usgs.gov.

CDI Annual Request for Proposals (RFP)


The CDI has provided funding support for many products and activities. Through the annual CDI proposal process, funds have been awarded for projects focusing on data integration for interdisciplinary research, innovative data management, and potentially cutting edge technology. Typically the Annual CDI RFP submission and review process starts in early September and lasts through the end of March.

CDI Workshops


The CDI has sponsored annual workshops/webinar series to encourage the exchange of ideas, sharing of activities, presentations of current projects, and networking among members. 

Calendar


This calendar is populated from the Community for Data Integration Google Calendar and takes a few seconds to load. If the calendar is not displaying correctly, please visit the Calendar wiki page or the Google Calendar link.

  1. EDIT THE CALENDAR

    Customise the different types of events you'd like to manage in this calendar.

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  2. RESTRICT THE CALENDAR

    Optionally, restrict who can view or add events to the team calendar.

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  3. SHARE WITH YOUR TEAM

    Grab the calendar's URL and email it to your team, or paste it on a page to embed the calendar.

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  4. ADD AN EVENT

    The calendar is ready to go! Click any day on the calendar to add an event or use the Add event button.

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  5. SUBSCRIBE

    Subscribe to calendars using your favourite calendar client.

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Please note that the default time zone shown on the calendar may not be your current time zone. To change your time zone, go to your user icon in the upper right corner–> Settings and edit your time zone. Email cdi@usgs.gov with any questions.

 

 

 

Disclaimer

Any use of trade, product, or firm names in this publication is for descriptive purposes only and does not imply endorsement by the U.S. Government. http://www.doi.gov/disclaimer.cfm/index.cfm