Find out how to take advantage of the 50+ maps and apps available with ArcGIS for Local Government. You’ll first learn about the benefits of this initiative from Esri’s ArcGIS for Local Government Project Manager, Scott Oppmann. Then, via demos from Steve MacCabe (Safe Software) and Steve Grise (Vertex3), you’ll discover how to easily load data into this information model and perform QC during the load process to maintain data integrity.
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Steve MacCabe Steve MacCabe is a Product Support Specialist at Safe Software with over 10 years of experience working in GIS. Currently, Steve is primarily focused on developing templates to allow users to easily load data into the ArcGIS for Local Government information model. In addition, Steve is also an FME Certified Trainer and an important member of the support team, using his expertise to help others solve their data challenges.
Scott Oppmann Scott Oppmann is Esri’s ArcGIS for Local Government Project Manager. In this position he is responsible for the planning, implementation, and support of Esri’s ArcGIS for Local Government Industry Solution. This solution provides a series of maps and apps that illustrate how ESRI’s software products can be configured to help local governments address specific business needs in their organization and engage citizens throughout their community.
Steve Grisé Steve Grisé has over 20 years of experience designing and building solutions with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and related enterprise systems. He is well-known for his work on Geodatabase data models and Enterprise GIS while with Esri-Redlands for 10 years. Steve recently started a new company called Vertex3 that specializes in strategy, design, and implementation on client projects.