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USCWMUnited States Center for World Mission
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Bill Dickson had moved to Pasadena and was helping with technological tasks at the USCWM. He had discovered there were mission agencies who desperately needed computer people, and computer people who desperately wanted to serve missions, but the two would never find each other without some kind of intentional, visible structure.
Bob Waymire moved to the USCWM in the summer of 1983, and Global Mapping Project (GMP; later Global Mapping International, or GMI) was born there.
Dan Scribner, trained as a mechanical engineer, was introduced to the frontier-missions vision, left his career, and joined the staff of the USCWM. Seconded to AD2000 and Beyond, he, together with Bill Morrison and others, took up the task of developing an accurate unreached-peoples database.