Program Overview

GIS Associates has provided GIS coordination, project management, and staff augmentation (both on and off-site) for many clients over the years. Some of these contracts are on-going annual renewals, as our clients value the high level of support we provide, and the fact that we pay careful attention to meeting the unique needs of each organization.

For staff augmentation projects, our staff is integrated with the client’s staff to enable the application of the best combination of skills to accomplish each task. Our project management tools promote a clear understanding of roles and responsibilities across all parties, which increases efficiency and greatly reduces the likelihood of gaps in task assignments or any duplcation of effort. This approach has increased productivity, skill level, and morale due to the fact that staff knows exactly what to do, how to do it, and who to go to if there are any problems.

For more information regarding GIS coordination or staff augmentation, please contact us.


Featured Project

Department of Land Acquisition and Management GIS Coordination, Suwannee River Water Management District, Florida

SRWMD Recreation Guide - Big Shoals MapGISA has had an on-going GIS coordination and support contract for the past 10 years, including:

  • Coordination of GIS activities within the Department;
  • Provision and management of on-site GIS staff;
  • Evaluation of GIS needs and current resources, and development and implementation of program to meet future goals;
  • GIS and tabular database schema design and organization;
  • Design and organization of GIS and related databases;
  • Migration of individual data products (shapefiles, personal geodatabases, CAD, Access, Excel, etc.) to enterprise geodatabases;
  • Spatial modeling and analyses (raster and vector);
  • GIS and GPS instruction for District personnel;
  • Custom application development to automate complex or repetitive tasks;
  • Establishment of GIS and GPS standards for staff and consultants, and assistance with determining how data should be collected and/or digitized;
  • Developed Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) manuals for users to view, query, edit, and analyze Geodatabases; and
  • Providing direction, expertise, and oversight to district staff and contractors regarding:
    • Converting databases from a wide range of formats (GIS, Access, Excel, dBase, etc.) into Oracle and Geodatabases;

    • Establishing relationships between databases to allow them to be linked (either directly or using a link table);

    • Quality assuring tabular and spatial databases; and

    • Spatially referencing databases (linking tabular data to spatial features) using related tabular fields and/or GIS data layers.


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