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What does FGDC stand for?
FGDC stands for Federal Geographic Data Committee
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We have 2 other meanings of FGDC in our Acronym Attic
- Flaming Gorge Dam (Utah)
- Flue Gas Desulfurization
- Focus Group Discussion
- Fonds de Garantie des Dêpots (French: Deposit Guarantee Fund)
- Fonte Grise Distribution (French metals company)
- Forge Game Data (game development)
- France Gourmet Diffusion (France)
- Functional Generative Description (linguistics)
- Feature Group D-Exchange Access North American
- Federal Geospatial Data Committee (USGS)
- Frozen Ground Data Center (National Snow and Ice Data Center)
- Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation
- Flue Gas Desulfurization Information System
- Florida Geographic Data Library
- Facilitate, Guide, Develop, Lead, Advocate
- Federal Government Distance Learning Association
- Feedback-Guided Dynamic Loop Scheduling (algorithm)
- Family Group Decision Making
- Forenede Gamle Druidorden (Norwegian branch of United Ancient Order of Druids)
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the International Organization for Standardization, and the Federal Geographic Data Committee.
OMB, individual federal agencies, and cross-government committees and initiatives such as the Federal Geographic Data Committee and the Geospatial One-Stop project have taken actions to coordinate the government's geospatial investments across agencies and with state and local governments.
BTS represents DoT on the Federal Geographic Data Committee, and produces the National Transportation Atlas Databases (now in its third edition), a set of national geographic databases depicting transportation facilities, networks, and services of national significance.
The Content Standard for Geospatial Metadata (CSDGM) (Federal Geographic Data Committee, 2000), promulgated by the Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC), is currently the most widely used standard in the United States.