A recurring theme in GIS is utilizing technology to prevent crucial data from being lost to time. Recording data, managing it, and exchanging it from hand to hand over time leads to vulnerabilities. Cemetery data is one such example. Imagine how a city would have handled its records a hundred years ago versus how it…Gavin Jaravata
Where are you from and where do you live now? I grew up in Selah, Washington, a small town just north of Yakima. I have lived all around the state. I finished my undergraduate work in Bellingham, started my education career in Vancouver, and have lived for the past 15 years in Spokane. What do…Leora Werner
Last week, the U.S. Census Bureau released a new blog post packed with information about what to expect when the much anticipated (and much delayed) 2020 Census data is released. Here are four key points from the post relevant to anyone leading an electoral redistricting project: 1. Yes, the Public Law 94-171 Redistricting Data Summary…Alex Brasch
Since 1985, Public Service Recognition Week has been observed during the first week of May. The week is dedicated to recognizing the people who serve our nation as federal, state, county, local, and tribal government employees. Our team has been fortunate to regularly work alongside public agency staff. Over the past year, we have admired…CSchaefer
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Since 1985, Public Service Recognition Week has been observed during the first week of May. The week is dedicated to recognizing the people who serve our nation as federal, state, county, local, and tribal government employees. Our team has...CSchaefer
When people think about redistricting, the first thing that comes to mind is usually congressional districts. However, many local government agencies are also required to reapportion their voting districts every ten years. Due to challenges...John McKenzie