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The State of Colorado Governor's Office of Information Technology requests your assistance in helping us quantify information about GIS in Colorado

Economic Impact Study - Geospatial Professionals in the State of Colorado

CO-MAPPS is working with the Governor's Office of Information Technology to quantify the employment base for Geospatial Professionals in the State in order to raise the profile of our profession and brand Colorado as a hub for Geospatial professionals.

Other benefits that can be derived from the results of this survey include economic development for additional employment; increased awareness to receive additional financial incentives (training, cross-training) and provide a catalyst to our educational institutions.

Survey Questions:

Company Name:

# of employees in Colorado:

# of employees working in a Geospatial capacity in Colorado:

Average Salary range for Geospatial Professionals:

Is your Company in the Private or Public Sector:


Geospatial Professionals and Colorado's High Tech Community
The state of Colorado Governor's Office of Information Technology is promoting this state as an ideal locale for businesses utilizing emerging technologies such as geospatial. As location intelligence will continue to rise in public awareness, growing demand for products and services related to GIS will result in more innovation, more businesses, and more economic power in the field.

Colorado wants to be a leader in this growing economic sector. Please help us with your participation in this short survey.




CO-MAPPS is the State of Colorado chapter under the umbrella of the Management Association for Private Photogrammetric Surveyors (MAPPS).

MAPPS is the only national association of firms in the surveying, spatial data and geographic information systems field in the United States. MAPPS member firms are engaged in surveying, photogrammetry, satellite, airborne remote sensing, aerial photography, hydrography, aerial and satellite image processing, GPS and GIS data collection and conversion services.