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Registration is closed! There is no registration fee, but participants are responsible for their travel and accommodations.

If you are interested in being kept up to date with workshop news, including virtual options, email (Both USGS and non-USGS.)

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Denver Federal Center Visitors Guide

Plenary location: Remington Arms Room, Building 41, Denver Federal Center. (GPS to Federal Ave, Lakewood, CO 80215)

Breakout location: National Training Center, Building 53, Denver Federal Center. (GPS to 53 6th St, Denver, CO 80226)

Parking location: Lot south-east of 7th St. and Center Ave., entrance on 7th St. (GPS to 7th St. and Center Ave., Lakewood, CO)




Welcome to the 2017 CDI Annual Workshop

May 16-19, 2017, Denver Federal Center (DFC), Denver, Colorado

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Community for Data Integration (CDI) is a dynamic aggregation of multiple communities of practice, focused on the advancement of scientific data and information management and integration capabilities. CDI works across the USGS and external organizations to enhance Earth science research. As a community of practice reaching across organizational structures, programs, and regions, the CDI is uniquely positioned to foster collaboration to advance data integration topics. The workshop is a crucial step in the process of focusing people, funding, and Bureau-wide efforts across USGS Mission Areas and Regions on data integration tools and services, data and information management, and methods.

The purpose of the workshop is to: 

  • Identify new, high-value opportunities for advancing data integration in the Earth sciences;
  • Share successes in data integration, applications, and tools;
  • Provide training based on communicated needs.

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