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1 State of Missouri Geospatial Activity Briefing Ryan P. Lanclos State Geographic Information Officer (GIO) Information Technology Services Division, State of Missouri Homeland Security Advisory Council January 19, 2006 Ryan P. Lanclos State Geographic Information Officer (GIO) Information Technology Services Division, State of Missouri Homeland Security Advisory Council January 19, 2006

2 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 2 Presentation Goals The goals of this presentation are to: –briefly describe what GIS is –highlight where geospatial technologies integrate with homeland security –learn about what actions are currently underway –explore opportunities to further integrate geospatial technologies The goals of this presentation are to: –briefly describe what GIS is –highlight where geospatial technologies integrate with homeland security –learn about what actions are currently underway –explore opportunities to further integrate geospatial technologies

3 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 3 What is a GIS? A method to visualize, manipulate, analyze, and display your data “Smart Maps” linking a database to the map Allows integration of existing data to support decision making A method to visualize, manipulate, analyze, and display your data “Smart Maps” linking a database to the map Allows integration of existing data to support decision making

4 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 4 How does it integrate? Three areas of homeland security: 1.Detect and Prevent Emergency Management Planning –Hazard and Risk Assessment –Evacuation Route Planning –Resource Deployment Planning Asset Inventory –Locating Critical Infrastructure 2.Protect and Defend Situation Analysis Demographic Studies Plume Analysis Staging Analysis 3.Respond and Recover Search and Rescue Location Based Intelligence Vehicle Dispatch and Tracking Damage Assessment Three areas of homeland security: 1.Detect and Prevent Emergency Management Planning –Hazard and Risk Assessment –Evacuation Route Planning –Resource Deployment Planning Asset Inventory –Locating Critical Infrastructure 2.Protect and Defend Situation Analysis Demographic Studies Plume Analysis Staging Analysis 3.Respond and Recover Search and Rescue Location Based Intelligence Vehicle Dispatch and Tracking Damage Assessment

5 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 5 Statewide Efforts OA / Information Technology Services Division: –Geographic Information Officer (GIO) coordinates and supports Geographic Information Technology (GIT) for the State of Missouri “Missouri Mapping Application Portal (MoMAP)” –desired outcome is a web based GIS –customizable for daily use and all-hazards emergency management Ryan Lanclos ryan.lanclos@mda.mo.gov 573-751-5518 OA / Information Technology Services Division: –Geographic Information Officer (GIO) coordinates and supports Geographic Information Technology (GIT) for the State of Missouri “Missouri Mapping Application Portal (MoMAP)” –desired outcome is a web based GIS –customizable for daily use and all-hazards emergency management Ryan Lanclos ryan.lanclos@mda.mo.gov 573-751-5518

6 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 6 Statewide Efforts OA / Information Technology Services Division: –Missouri Adaptive Enterprise Architecture (MAEA) implementing a state blueprint for standards Information Domain –integrates the geographic component inherent in all information Tim HaithcoatRyan Lanclos haithcoatt@missouri.edu orryan.lanclos@mda.mo.gov 573-882-2324573-751-5518 OA / Information Technology Services Division: –Missouri Adaptive Enterprise Architecture (MAEA) implementing a state blueprint for standards Information Domain –integrates the geographic component inherent in all information Tim HaithcoatRyan Lanclos haithcoatt@missouri.edu orryan.lanclos@mda.mo.gov 573-882-2324573-751-5518

7 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 7 Statewide Efforts OA / Information Technology Services Division: –Missouri GIS Advisory Committee (MGISAC) committee of state, local, federal and private entities working to promote geospatial technologies in the state sponsors workshops and the Missouri GIS Conference where statewide geospatial topics are discussed Jeff Falter jeff.falter@sema.dps.mo.gov 573-526-9138 OA / Information Technology Services Division: –Missouri GIS Advisory Committee (MGISAC) committee of state, local, federal and private entities working to promote geospatial technologies in the state sponsors workshops and the Missouri GIS Conference where statewide geospatial topics are discussed Jeff Falter jeff.falter@sema.dps.mo.gov 573-526-9138

8 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 8 Statewide Efforts OA / Information Technology Services Division –Missouri GIS Advisory Committee (MGISAC) Data Development Subcommittee –imagery data survey on the street to gauge interest level in a statewide imagery acquisition Homeland Security Subcommittee –drafted Geospatial HS Plan with funding needed (2003) –dataset list recommending critical data layers and stewardship needed for emergency response (2004) –drafted and submitted a Geospatial Appendix to the State Homeland Security Plan (2005) Jeff Falter jeff.falter@sema.dps.mo.gov 573-526-9138 OA / Information Technology Services Division –Missouri GIS Advisory Committee (MGISAC) Data Development Subcommittee –imagery data survey on the street to gauge interest level in a statewide imagery acquisition Homeland Security Subcommittee –drafted Geospatial HS Plan with funding needed (2003) –dataset list recommending critical data layers and stewardship needed for emergency response (2004) –drafted and submitted a Geospatial Appendix to the State Homeland Security Plan (2005) Jeff Falter jeff.falter@sema.dps.mo.gov 573-526-9138

9 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 9 Statewide Efforts Missouri Department of Transportation: –Developing GIS capabilities for emergency response trailers –Developing user manual contains helpful information to insure rapid and consistent responses to geospatial requests primarily an operation tool, but can be used to augment other training materials Jason EbersoleArnold Williams jason.ebersole@modot.mo.gov orarnold.willams@modot.mo.gov 573-526-5860573-751-7012 Missouri Department of Transportation: –Developing GIS capabilities for emergency response trailers –Developing user manual contains helpful information to insure rapid and consistent responses to geospatial requests primarily an operation tool, but can be used to augment other training materials Jason EbersoleArnold Williams jason.ebersole@modot.mo.gov orarnold.willams@modot.mo.gov 573-526-5860573-751-7012

10 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 10 Statewide Efforts Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services –GHERM (Geographic Health Emergency Mapping) team of GIS professionals to support DHSS/local EOCs local Public Health Agency GIS: 28 participating agencies trained for public health-related emergency response integrates GIS in disease & syndromic surveillance systems internet mapping tools: –MERGISweb (Missouri Emergency Response GIS web) –State Health Laboratory Mapper: tracks distribution of emergency packets Debbie Briedwell debbie.briedwell@dhss.mo.gov 573-522-8306 Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services –GHERM (Geographic Health Emergency Mapping) team of GIS professionals to support DHSS/local EOCs local Public Health Agency GIS: 28 participating agencies trained for public health-related emergency response integrates GIS in disease & syndromic surveillance systems internet mapping tools: –MERGISweb (Missouri Emergency Response GIS web) –State Health Laboratory Mapper: tracks distribution of emergency packets Debbie Briedwell debbie.briedwell@dhss.mo.gov 573-522-8306

11 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 11 Statewide Efforts Missouri Department of Agriculture –MDA Emergency Response GIS GIS integrated in department Emergency Operations Center (EOC) web mapping component with secure login department first responders trained with GPS Ryan Lanclos ryan.lanclos@mda.mo.gov 573-751-5518 Missouri Department of Agriculture –MDA Emergency Response GIS GIS integrated in department Emergency Operations Center (EOC) web mapping component with secure login department first responders trained with GPS Ryan Lanclos ryan.lanclos@mda.mo.gov 573-751-5518

12 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 12 Statewide Efforts University of Missouri –Missouri Spatial Data Information Service (MSDIS) clearinghouse for geospatial data in the State of Missouri (http://msdisweb.missouri.edu) –serves over 4,000 vector files and 2,500 imagery files –approximately 81.5 gigabytes –6,700 hits per day on website hosts user group lists with contacts –source of knowledge and experience and a willingness to share those with others - a great resource Mark DuewellTim Haithcoat duewellm@missouri.edu orhaithcoatt@missouri.edu 573-882-6734573-882-2324 University of Missouri –Missouri Spatial Data Information Service (MSDIS) clearinghouse for geospatial data in the State of Missouri (http://msdisweb.missouri.edu) –serves over 4,000 vector files and 2,500 imagery files –approximately 81.5 gigabytes –6,700 hits per day on website hosts user group lists with contacts –source of knowledge and experience and a willingness to share those with others - a great resource Mark DuewellTim Haithcoat duewellm@missouri.edu orhaithcoatt@missouri.edu 573-882-6734573-882-2324

13 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 13 Statewide Efforts University of Missouri –Missouri Spatial Data Information Service (MSDIS) NSDI Cooperative Agreement Program (CAP) grant –provided regional training at five sites last year and will be conducting five more this year –enabled the purchase of a mobile training computer lab –secured data sharing agreements with all 19 Regional Planning Commissions (RPCs) Mark Duewell duewellm@missouri.edu 573-882-6734 University of Missouri –Missouri Spatial Data Information Service (MSDIS) NSDI Cooperative Agreement Program (CAP) grant –provided regional training at five sites last year and will be conducting five more this year –enabled the purchase of a mobile training computer lab –secured data sharing agreements with all 19 Regional Planning Commissions (RPCs) Mark Duewell duewellm@missouri.edu 573-882-6734

14 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 14 Statewide Efforts University of Missouri –FEMA / SEMA Flood Map Modernization updating data and developing data sharing agreements with county and municipal governments – currently 10 counties –Geospatial Extension Specialist working with Extension and Dept. of Geography to help push statewide awareness of geospatial technologies 4-H initiative to map infrastructure / shelters with Global Positioning Systems (GPS) Nathan Mattox mattoxn@missouri.edu 573-884-9693 University of Missouri –FEMA / SEMA Flood Map Modernization updating data and developing data sharing agreements with county and municipal governments – currently 10 counties –Geospatial Extension Specialist working with Extension and Dept. of Geography to help push statewide awareness of geospatial technologies 4-H initiative to map infrastructure / shelters with Global Positioning Systems (GPS) Nathan Mattox mattoxn@missouri.edu 573-884-9693

15 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 15 Statewide Efforts University of Missouri –Center for Geospatial Intelligence National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) funded center designed to handle classified information funding of $1.45 million for the current year focused on advancing geospatial intelligence analysis capabilities Curt DavisTim Haithcoat davisch@missouri.edu orhaithcoatt@missouri.edu 573-884-3789573-882-2324 University of Missouri –Center for Geospatial Intelligence National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) funded center designed to handle classified information funding of $1.45 million for the current year focused on advancing geospatial intelligence analysis capabilities Curt DavisTim Haithcoat davisch@missouri.edu orhaithcoatt@missouri.edu 573-884-3789573-882-2324

16 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 16 Statewide Efforts Local Government Efforts –Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) serves as the association of city and county governments and the metropolitan planning organization for the bi-state KC region coordinating ortho- and oblique imagery flight for the KC region KC Regional HS Geospatial Strategic Planning –identify what geospatial data is needed –determine how it will be shared –ensure it will be kept secure –identify how to incorporate in daily operation Steve Gay sgay@marc.org 816-474-4240 Local Government Efforts –Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) serves as the association of city and county governments and the metropolitan planning organization for the bi-state KC region coordinating ortho- and oblique imagery flight for the KC region KC Regional HS Geospatial Strategic Planning –identify what geospatial data is needed –determine how it will be shared –ensure it will be kept secure –identify how to incorporate in daily operation Steve Gay sgay@marc.org 816-474-4240

17 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 17 Statewide Efforts Local Government Efforts –East-West Gateway Council of Governments St. Louis Area Regional Response System (STARRS) –August 2005 - regional GIS summit for emergency response –attendees from across the MO-IL 8 county region discussed GIS and data sharing for emergency response –pending action Gary Mook Gary.mook@ewgateway.org 314-421-4220 Local Government Efforts –East-West Gateway Council of Governments St. Louis Area Regional Response System (STARRS) –August 2005 - regional GIS summit for emergency response –attendees from across the MO-IL 8 county region discussed GIS and data sharing for emergency response –pending action Gary Mook Gary.mook@ewgateway.org 314-421-4220

18 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 18 Statewide Efforts Local Government Efforts –MGISAC Local Government Subcommittee providing MGISAC content to locals creating catalog of agreement templates coordinating regional meetings Steve Marsh marsste@jacksongov.org 816-881-4584 Local Government Efforts –MGISAC Local Government Subcommittee providing MGISAC content to locals creating catalog of agreement templates coordinating regional meetings Steve Marsh marsste@jacksongov.org 816-881-4584

19 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 19 Multi-State Efforts Mid-America GIS Consortium (MAGIC) –Regional Geospatial Support Initiative supporting emergency response GIS by adopting operation standards recognized need to formalize interaction between GIS and Public Safety communities participants advised to take ICS 100/700 and NIMS –Geospatial Homeland Security Workshop – Summer 2006 forum for GIS and Public Safety professionals to share needs and explore capabilities –Server Backup Project collaborative effort underway with MO, AR and KS to provide redundancy of data clearinghouse servers in remote locations Tony Spicci tony.spicci@mdc.mo.gov 573-882-9909 x 3295 Mid-America GIS Consortium (MAGIC) –Regional Geospatial Support Initiative supporting emergency response GIS by adopting operation standards recognized need to formalize interaction between GIS and Public Safety communities participants advised to take ICS 100/700 and NIMS –Geospatial Homeland Security Workshop – Summer 2006 forum for GIS and Public Safety professionals to share needs and explore capabilities –Server Backup Project collaborative effort underway with MO, AR and KS to provide redundancy of data clearinghouse servers in remote locations Tony Spicci tony.spicci@mdc.mo.gov 573-882-9909 x 3295

20 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 20 National Efforts Federal –National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) local presence with office in St. Louis maintains the Homeland Security Infrastructure Program (HSIP) data layers –includes some commercial licensed data and other sensitive but unclassified data –DHS has provided funding to NGA to allow them to “disclose" but not "disseminate" these data Ryan Lanclos ryan.lanclos@mda.mo.gov 573-751-5518 Federal –National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) local presence with office in St. Louis maintains the Homeland Security Infrastructure Program (HSIP) data layers –includes some commercial licensed data and other sensitive but unclassified data –DHS has provided funding to NGA to allow them to “disclose" but not "disseminate" these data Ryan Lanclos ryan.lanclos@mda.mo.gov 573-751-5518

21 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 21 National Efforts Federal –U.S. Geological Survey data development support through National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) and The National Map with signed MOUs ability to provide data during an event administers the 133 Urban Area program for NGA –St Louis, Kansas City, and Jefferson City are scheduled to have one foot orthoimagery procured every two years coordinating LiDAR data collection for portions of the KC metro area Ray Fox rfox@usgs.gov 573-308-3744 Federal –U.S. Geological Survey data development support through National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) and The National Map with signed MOUs ability to provide data during an event administers the 133 Urban Area program for NGA –St Louis, Kansas City, and Jefferson City are scheduled to have one foot orthoimagery procured every two years coordinating LiDAR data collection for portions of the KC metro area Ray Fox rfox@usgs.gov 573-308-3744

22 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 22 National Efforts National States Geographic Information Council (NSGIC) –Imagery for the Nation Initiative proposed digital aerial imagery program funded by federal government with buy-up options for state and local government and industry –Ramona proposed data inventory tool developed for GIS data holdings nationwide on a single, consistent platform –50 States Initiative goal that by 2006, 50 State Coordination Councils are in place and contributing to the governance of the NSDI Tony Spicci tony.spicci@mdc.mo.gov 573-882-9909 x 3295 National States Geographic Information Council (NSGIC) –Imagery for the Nation Initiative proposed digital aerial imagery program funded by federal government with buy-up options for state and local government and industry –Ramona proposed data inventory tool developed for GIS data holdings nationwide on a single, consistent platform –50 States Initiative goal that by 2006, 50 State Coordination Councils are in place and contributing to the governance of the NSDI Tony Spicci tony.spicci@mdc.mo.gov 573-882-9909 x 3295

23 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 23 Opportunities for Integration Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC) –perfect opportunity to utilize GIS for information assessment and analysis Plug into the Emergency Management Assistance Compact (EMAC) communication chain –allows for appropriate geospatial support during an event response State Homeland Security Plan Geospatial Appendix –drafted by MGISAC Homeland Security Subcommittee –highlights the future integration for geospatial technologies with all-hazards emergency response Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC) –perfect opportunity to utilize GIS for information assessment and analysis Plug into the Emergency Management Assistance Compact (EMAC) communication chain –allows for appropriate geospatial support during an event response State Homeland Security Plan Geospatial Appendix –drafted by MGISAC Homeland Security Subcommittee –highlights the future integration for geospatial technologies with all-hazards emergency response

24 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 24 Geospatial Appendix State Emergency Operations Plan (SEOP) –State's official guiding document for response to natural and man-made disasters that affect the State –critical that geospatial technologies, services, and data be an integral part of the new plan The Governor's Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC) –propose adding the MGISAC as a working group to this council to formalize the relationship and leverage existing resources State Emergency Operations Plan (SEOP) –State's official guiding document for response to natural and man-made disasters that affect the State –critical that geospatial technologies, services, and data be an integral part of the new plan The Governor's Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC) –propose adding the MGISAC as a working group to this council to formalize the relationship and leverage existing resources

25 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 25 Opportunities for Integration Equipment Grant –the DHS, ODP Equipment Grant program is an opportunity to provide geospatial capacity to all units of government –this would include acquisition of geospatial technologies as provided within the State Grants program Critical Infrastructure Identification, Collection, and Protection –data categories may include, as examples, aerial imagery, street centerlines and addresses, building footprints, elevation, nursing homes, schools, critical infrastructure –any of the themes listed by the MGISAC Homeland Security Subcommittee or the Homeland Security Infrastructure Plan (HSIP) Equipment Grant –the DHS, ODP Equipment Grant program is an opportunity to provide geospatial capacity to all units of government –this would include acquisition of geospatial technologies as provided within the State Grants program Critical Infrastructure Identification, Collection, and Protection –data categories may include, as examples, aerial imagery, street centerlines and addresses, building footprints, elevation, nursing homes, schools, critical infrastructure –any of the themes listed by the MGISAC Homeland Security Subcommittee or the Homeland Security Infrastructure Plan (HSIP)

26 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 26 Opportunities for Integration Data Sharing Agreements and Partnerships with Local Government and Industry –templates for intergovernmental / inter-organizational data sharing and exchange should be pursued so that partnerships with local and regional governments, business, and industry can be expanded and formalized Computer Services and GIS Database Recoverability and Restoration Plans –Information Technology Services Division (ITSD) must support work with state agencies, local governments, and industry as well as other relevant geospatial data holders to develop data recovery and business continuity plans and procedures. Data Sharing Agreements and Partnerships with Local Government and Industry –templates for intergovernmental / inter-organizational data sharing and exchange should be pursued so that partnerships with local and regional governments, business, and industry can be expanded and formalized Computer Services and GIS Database Recoverability and Restoration Plans –Information Technology Services Division (ITSD) must support work with state agencies, local governments, and industry as well as other relevant geospatial data holders to develop data recovery and business continuity plans and procedures.

27 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 27 Opportunities for Integration The State Emergency GIS Response Team and Training –create a special GIS technical team composed of members from Missouri’s geospatial community and surrounding states who are willing to work on emergency operations Missouri Citizen Corps Advisory Council –designed to enhance and build upon programs already functioning in our communities by supporting geospatial data collection and use The State Emergency GIS Response Team and Training –create a special GIS technical team composed of members from Missouri’s geospatial community and surrounding states who are willing to work on emergency operations Missouri Citizen Corps Advisory Council –designed to enhance and build upon programs already functioning in our communities by supporting geospatial data collection and use

28 Case Study on Geospatial Support: Taum Sauk Dam Failure

29 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 29 LiDAR Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) –active sensor that emits a laser from an aircraft to the surface –detects features from reflected light energy –based on the time for the response, a height value can be determined 3-D capabilities for modeling Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) –active sensor that emits a laser from an aircraft to the surface –detects features from reflected light energy –based on the time for the response, a height value can be determined 3-D capabilities for modeling

30 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 30 LiDAR Application Taum Sauk Dam Failure –600-foot-wide breach in the 55-acre reservoir atop Proffit Mountain –More than 1 billion gallons of water were released after the reservoir gave way on Dec. 14 Taum Sauk Dam Failure –600-foot-wide breach in the 55-acre reservoir atop Proffit Mountain –More than 1 billion gallons of water were released after the reservoir gave way on Dec. 14 Source: http://www.ago.mo.gov

31 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 31 LiDAR Application MoDNR had an existing agreement with USGS that allowed them to obtain data for the event USGS was able to contract and deliver LiDAR data over the Taum Sauk reservoir within 48 hours important dataset for agencies to use in assessment and reclamation of the site the data provides a way to integrate real world information into a GIS for analysis and operational support MoDNR had an existing agreement with USGS that allowed them to obtain data for the event USGS was able to contract and deliver LiDAR data over the Taum Sauk reservoir within 48 hours important dataset for agencies to use in assessment and reclamation of the site the data provides a way to integrate real world information into a GIS for analysis and operational support

32 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 32 LiDAR Application LiDAR data capture over Taum Sauk reservoir Agreements in place were leveraged to support emergency response activity LiDAR data capture over Taum Sauk reservoir Agreements in place were leveraged to support emergency response activity

33 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 33 LiDAR Application One example of geospatial support during an emergency response Need to formalize relationships and build upon existing ones to insure cooperation when it is needed most One example of geospatial support during an emergency response Need to formalize relationships and build upon existing ones to insure cooperation when it is needed most

34 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 34 Urban LiDAR Data Raw, first return data for Springfield, MO Can be used to generate: –buildings –trees –bare-earth models Raw, first return data for Springfield, MO Can be used to generate: –buildings –trees –bare-earth models Source: ICREST project report

35 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 35 Handouts MGISAC - Geospatial Appendix –areas of integration as discussed in this presentation Bruce Oswald - Recommendations for Improvements to Geospatial Capabilities for Disaster Response –Retired Assistant Director & CIO, NYS Office of Cyber Security and Critical Infrastructure Coordination MGISAC - Geospatial Appendix –areas of integration as discussed in this presentation Bruce Oswald - Recommendations for Improvements to Geospatial Capabilities for Disaster Response –Retired Assistant Director & CIO, NYS Office of Cyber Security and Critical Infrastructure Coordination

36 HSAC: Geospatial Activity Briefing January 19, 2006 36 Questions? Ryan Lanclos State Geographic Information Officer Information Technology Services Division PO Box 630, Jefferson City, MO 65102 Email: ryan.lanclos@mda.mo.gov Voice: (573) 751-5518 Ryan Lanclos State Geographic Information Officer Information Technology Services Division PO Box 630, Jefferson City, MO 65102 Email: ryan.lanclos@mda.mo.gov Voice: (573) 751-5518


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