A version of this article was originally shared in the Washington State Chapter of the Urban and Regional information Systems Association (WAURISA) newsletter in fall 2018. Building the Data Pillager by Grant Herbert GIS are an insatiable consumer of data, requiring constant updating, management, and organizing. The availability of data as a REST endpoint allows…Grant Herbert, GISP
Two new experienced GIS professionals have joined the FLO team—Elliot Frank and Jenny Elstrott. Elliot comes to us from the Big Apple, where he worked as a GIS aide at the New York City of Transportation, honing his skills in spatial analysis, data management, modeling, and visualization. Elliot’s home base is FLO’s Seattle office, and…Leora Werner
Where are you from and where do you live now? I’m originally from New Zealand, and now I live in Seattle, Washington. What do you do at FLO? I manage a number of Local Government and Utilities Sector projects, including those we work on through the Association of Washington Cities (AWC) GIS Consortium, which we run…Leora Werner
Attendance area boundary updates are just like a “giant sudoku puzzle” as one Bend-La Pine Schools boundary update committee member recently put it. I couldn’t agree more. Boundary updates are also complex, lengthy, and can be quite contentious—yet there are few well-known best practices. My presentation at the OSBA Annual Conference (along with Jerry Oelerich and Alex Brasch) on Friday, Nov. 9 will explore…Tyler Vick
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In January 2014, Mercy Corps, a nonprofit international development organization, contracted with us to conduct a GIS needs assessment and deploy preliminary GIS operations for a USD $60 million DFID-funded water, sanitation and hygiene (WaSH)...Grant Herbert, GISP