Steven W. Fabijanski, Lead GIS Programmer, joined CGIS in 2004 as GIS Application Programmer I. He conceptualizes, plans, writes, and tests complex GIS applications, and he directs the work of other CGIS programmers. He performs a full range of application development activities for major projects, ensuring that the applications meet technical, functional, and regulatory requirements and are consistent with current and planned infrastructure and data environments. His current projects include real time data integration to support Maryland's Emergency Management Agency and the OSPREY viewer tools, a project to re-engineer and re-design the Sex Offender Registry map for the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, and programming support for the interactive map component of the Maryland Broadband Mapping Initiative. Previous projects include design and support of an installation of Google Earth Enterprise at Maryland Transportation Authority, several applications for the Maryland Transit Administration, and the Habitat Mapper for the Seychelles Islands and U.S. Virgin Islands developed for the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation. In addition to achieving a range of software and programming proficiency, Mr. Fabijanski earned an M.S. in Geography and Environmental Planning at Towson University, an MS in Magazine Journalism at Syracuse University, and a BA in Journalism (cum laude) at Loyola University in Baltimore, Maryland.