Geographic Info Systems

PO Box 948 Tahlequah, OK 74465 | 918-453-5103

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The Cherokee Nation GeoData Center creates and maintains spatial data to aid in planning and decision making across a number of tribal departments. A number of government functions are associated with managing information about locations or geographic areas. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are used to enter, edit, store, update, manage, and analyze geographic data. The GeoData Center supports applications such as address checking, community planning, census analysis, economic development, health analysis, and tribal resource allotment. We also offer mapping services to Cherokee Nation citizens.