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 email@example.com.
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CDI 2015 Annual Workshop: May 11-14, 2015 (Denver, CO)
View the Draft Agenda and register for the conference!
Public Participation in USGS Scientific Research - August 14, 2013
Data Management - September 11, 2013
Earth System Informatics - October 9, 2013
Mobile Science - November 13, 2013
CDI Monthly Forums (2nd Wednesdays at 11:00 am ET)The CDI Monthly Forums 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.
As part of networking and sharing knowledge and experience, the CDI has expanded its community approach through Working Groups that form around common interests, help address challenges, and identify solutions that enable data integration efforts. Working Groups have one or more leads and membership is open to all employees, other government agencies, and external organizations. Some Working Groups have also further subdivided into smaller Focus Groups that address more specific issues and report up to their respective Working Group
Lead(s): Dave Govoni (pro tem)
Lead(s): Heather S Henkel, Viv Hutchison
Lead(s): Janice Gordon, Frances L Lightsom
Lead(s): Daniella Birch, JC Nelson