Calling all GIS Specialists!
The Oka Institute at East Central University is currently calling a Request for Qualifications for a GIS Specialist to develop an online geospatial viewer and decision-support tool. This tool's main goal is to improve data visualization and analysis, engage stakeholders, and provide valuable information and data about the Upper Red River watershed, which includes Lake Texoma. The Lake Texoma Watershed Project is a collaborative effort aimed at addressing water quality concerns across the watershed that impact the quality of water at Lake Texoma directly and indirectly. Additionally, the project's outreach and education component is designed to help stakeholders in the region better understand the watershed. Stakeholders can use the geospatial data tool/viewer to access essential information, data, and analysis on demographics, economics, land use, ecology, water supply, water usage, policy, and other critical information, which will assist them in navigating the watershed's complexities.
This RFQ is due by May 31st, 2023.
For additional information regarding this project, please click on the link below.