Esri and Stratus Technologies Announce Recipients of the ArcGIS Server Demonstration Project Grant Program
Esri, the leading developer of geographic information system (GIS) software and spatial solutions for local government, and Stratus Technologies, a leading global provider of Continuous Processing technology and computer systems, are pleased to announce the winners of the Esri and Stratus ArcGIS Server Demonstration Project Grant Program.
The program will provide government agencies with models of innovative applications and data delivery based on server-based GIS architecture. Reusable applications that can be shared between governments with similar projects will be posted via ArcGIS Server public domain templates at arcscripts.esri.com beginning in May 2007.
The Esri and Stratus Technologies software, hardware, and training grants totaling $814,000 have been awarded to 10 state, regional, and local governments within the United States. The 2006 Esri and Stratus Technologies ArcGIS Server Demonstration Project Grant Program recipients are
- Town of Amherst, Massachusetts Information Technology Department
- State of Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
- Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska Information Technology Department
- St. Clair County, Michigan, Road Commission
- Regional Transportation District of Denver, Colorado, Information Technology Department
- City of New York, New York, Fire Department
- Cabell-Huntington Health Department, West Virginia
- St. Johns County, Florida GIS Division
- State of Missouri, Office of Administration, Information Technology Services Division
- County of Santa Cruz, California, Public Works Department
Through the public domain templates, Esri and Stratus Technologies hope to encourage the government community to promote the sharing of applications. Exchanging ideas and resources on issues that affect their communities enables governments to meet objectives and better serve the public.