Serves as a technical advisor on GIS and is responsible for the acquisition and management of spatial information required to support the management of public lands. Implements and modifies GIS software applications and interfaces. Provides technical user support for all aspects of geo-spatial data and software. Identifies requirements and implements advanced analytical techniques necessary to solve complex issues. Provides technical user support for all aspects of geo-spatial data and software and troubleshooting assistants to field office personnel. Represents the office to facilitate the sharing and distribution of spatial information. Works actively to bring consistency to all geo-spatial data. Suggest technically feasible approaches, and makes recommendations to the user and management regarding the most efficient automation, mapping, and/or analysis approaches. Cooperates with federal, State, and other local government entities, key private organizations, and professional organizations to capture and analysis projects. Using BLM business requirements and input from BLM program leads and resource specialists, to utilize this data as a foundation on which technology will be developed and integrated in support of BLM mission requirements. Performs consultation and research to determine common and unique requirements, to recommend standardized resource base data terms and elements for uniform identification by all users and to select and develop a system design to service users individually or as a group.