The Edmond Sun

February 23, 2013

Pamela Jurney of Red Plains Professional, Inc. is the winner of SCAUG’s 2013 Founder’s Award


Special to The Sun

OKLA. CITY — The Founder’s Award was created in 1990 to recognize exceptional contributions by an individual or agency, from either the private or public sector, that have significantly enhanced the importance of geospatial sciences and made significant contributions toward advancing the use of GIS.

The individual or agency is identified as a GIS leader that has helped set a new standard of GIS within the SCAUG region. The award is based upon the innovative use of current technology, a creative approach to GIS business processes, the recent integration of major program initiatives, program effectiveness, the transferability of ideas to other organizations, education and training initiatives, and community outreach.

Official announcement will be made at the annual conference in Addison, Texas on April 10, 2013 during the opening breakfast session.