Category Archives: GIS People

What’s Your GIS Data-Sharing Policy?

This is for my public sector GIS tribe members! Most of my subscribers have a government email address, and this blog post is just for you. I’m making the additional assumption that you are looking for ways to share your beautiful GIS data with the public. You want to share your data because you believe in the power… Read More »

An Example of Local Government Using GIS (2 of 30)

As the “2 of 30” in the title implies, this post is part of an ongoing series discussing Missouri Revised Statute § 67.1850. (If you haven’t read it yet, you may want to go to the first post in the series: Introducing Mo. Rev. Stat. § 67.1850 (1 of 30).) The purpose of this second post is to… Read More »

Missouri Mappers 2019

Welcome to a partnership between the Missouri Mappers Association and GeoVelo where we are developing a uniform manual of procedures and resources for every Missouri government cadastral mapper Thank you! I am grateful the Missouri Mappers Association who have asked me back for the third year in a row to teach another set of classes at their 2019… Read More »

An Interview with Tracy and Tony

Here’s a nifty story my friend Open GIS Data Roger sent me this morning. Its an interview written by Tim & Tim over at Surdex. They interviewed two very accomplished Missouri GIS community members; Tracy Schloss and Tony Spicci for the National States Geographic Information Council’s blog NSCIC GEOJAVA. Tracy Schloss – Office of Geospatial Information, MO Office… Read More »