GIS Workshop Welcomes Jack Dohrman

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GIS Workshop, Leader in GIS Spacial Technologies, Expands Again and Brings in the Lead GIS Technician used in Nebraska's Recent Redistricting Efforts

With Jack's intimate knowledge of GIS technology, he will be able to communicate efficiently to our county clients the redistricting changes taking place and how we can assist them with those changes.

GIS Workshop, Inc., the Midwest’s leader in spatial technologies, is pleased to announce the addition of Jack Dohrman as their new Senior Project Manager. Jack brings an impressive history to the company including his experience playing a lead role in using Census 2010 data to redistrict the state of Nebraska. His previous experiences also includes being a liaison for the Nebraska Legislature in regards to communicating important spatial analysis of GIS data and sitting on the board of the Nebraska GIS Council.

“The experiences that Jack brings to GIS Workshop ranging from working with the State Legislature to heading up the redistricting efforts will be able to help serve our clients in a number of ways,” states Marcus Tooze, CEO of GIS Workshop. “With his intimate knowledge, he will be able to communicate efficiently to the different counties the changes taking place and how we can assist them with those changes.”

Jack’s role with the company will be that of a Senior Project Manager. His main duties will include assisting GIS Workshop’s 62 Nebraska county clients with their redistricting efforts along with working with support services for county, NRD and PPD clients.

GIS Workshop was founded in 1999 and has quickly established themselves as the Midwest leader in their field. They supply quality GIS, GPS, and Imagery related services to a wide range of government agencies and corporate clientele for purposes ranging from tax assessment to flood control and from agricultural needs to civil engineering. For more information on GIS Workshop please visit their website at


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