May 2, 2000, at approximately midnight, eastern savings time selective availability was disabled. Twenty-four satellites around the globe processed new orders improving GPS accuracy tenfold. Thousands of GPS receivers around the world were instantly upgrade.
May 3, 2000 first "Great American GPS Stash Hunt" near Beaver Creek (N 45 17.460 W 122 24.800), Oregon was posted on the internet.
June 10, 2005 Policy Memo concerning Geocaching at Civil Works Projects issued.