NG9-1-1 GIS Data Readiness

Missouri GIS Data Services

Missouri has just released funds for localities to ensure that their GIS data is NG9-1-1 ready prior to entering it into the State’s solution for GIS data maintenance and aggregation. Localities have until December 2024 to take advantage of these funds and remediate their GIS in alignment with NENA standards.

Is Your GIS Data NG9-1-1 Ready?

While many organizations have solutions and staff to manage their GIS, data cleanup from a 3rd party organization like DATAMARK may be required to ensure that their data complies with State and NENA requirements. If you answered “no” to any of the questions below, your GIS may not meet the requirements for NG9-1-1.
Is your GIS data accurate, complete and up-to-date?

Ensure that your GIS data goes beyond 98% accuracy and completeness.

Are you currently maintaining all NG9-1-1 GIS data layers?

Regularly maintain address points, parcels, MSAG and ALI, boundaries and road centerlines.

Do you have a dedicated staff member to maintain the GIS data?

Dedicated staff may be required to maintain GIS data in alignment with public safety standards.

Partner with DATAMARK to ensure GIS data accuracy and completeness.

Our expert team has worked with hundreds of clients just like you across the United States. As the go-to authorities for public safety GIS, we provide jurisdictions of all sizes with white-glove services designed to exceed the stringent requirements of Next Generation 9-1-1 and improve response times.

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GIS Data Quality Evaluation And Remediation
GIS Data Quality Evaluation And Remediation

Is your GIS data over 98% accurate and complete? Our expert team will inspect your data for discrepancies and work with you to identify and resolve anomalies.

Ensure GIS Alignment With State And NENA Standards
Ensure GIS Alignment With State And NENA Standards

The DATAMARK team maintains an exceptional understanding of the GIS data requirements for Next Generation 9-1-1 and has a proven track record of assisting jurisdictions with their GIS.

Partnership And Advocacy
Partnership And Advocacy

We partner with organizations through every step of their journey to Next Generation 9-1-1 readiness to ensure positive, lasting outcomes.

The Datamark ACE process was an invaluable tool in helping Jackson County prepare it’s GIS data for the transition to next generation 911. It identified thousands of potential addresses that were not in our existing GIS database, and gave us a weighted recommendation to start from.
Jackson County, Florida

Daniel Warren, Director of Communications