January 2013 
ICIS January 2013 Headlines 
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Comox Valley Regional Districy and the City of Port Alberni Receive CivicSpatial Grant Funding
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Comox Valley Regional District and the City of Port Alberni Receive CivicSpatial Grant Funding

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The Comox Valley Regional District, in conjunction with the Village of Cumberland, has been awarded a $28,000 CivicSpatial Grant to undertake a cadastral accuracy improvement project. Read more...

Meet Our Board Members 
Ken Johansson, ICIS Treasurer and Local Government Representative

Ken's background is in Information Technology and GIS, with experience in local government leadership, customer service, change management, systems integration, business analysis, project management, collaborative initiatives and enterprise asset management.

Ken's educational background includes a Master's of Science Degree in inter-local government integration and organizational theory from Manchester Metropolitan University as well as a Post Graduate Certificate in Theoretical and Applied Geographic Information Systems from Simon Fraser University.

Ken currently holds the position of Senior GIS Administrator at the Capital Regional District in Victoria, BC where he is responsible for the strategic planning and operations of the District's GIS and its integration with other business systems.


Ken is a member of the ICIS Board Executive Committee, and currently volunteers as the Treasurer of the society.   



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ICIS (Integrated Cadastral Information Society) is a non profit organization dedicated to the "collaborative sharing and integration of spatial data for the economic and social benefit of British Columbia."


Members of ICIS include Provincial Government Ministries, Crown Corporations, Local and Regional Governments, First Nations, and major Utility companies in BC.


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