Top Trends, Technology & Wins from Public Sector CIO Summit

“Our job is to show them [citizens, administrators] the art of what’s possible.” – Jose Lopez, Division Director, Enterprise Solutions at Miami-Dade Country, Florida

Public policy, public safety, smart cities, and citizen engagement were key topics discussed at the sixth annual Public Sector CIO Summit held last week at Esri headquarters in Redlands, California. More than 200 CIOs, GIS managers, first responders, and agency directors came together to explore, discuss, and collaborate on the use of location intelligence and GIS to address intriguing and challenging issues.

A Focus on Emerging Technology. Discussions around new tools and advances in location intelligence focused on several areas:

A Focus on Trends. Discussions around data driven accountability, location intelligence, and smart cities:

A Focus on Wins. Location intelligence and geospatial infrastructure are producing amazing results across the country

A Track Record of Success. Location intelligence technology helps government organizations integrate, collaborate, and engage their communities. It’s no small task. Esri technology is used by the US federal government in all 15 Executive Departments. In addition, Esri technology is used by all 50 U.S. state governments, more than half of all U.S. counties (including the top 100 most populous counties) thousands of non-profits, 90 of the Fortune 100, half of the Fortune 500 companies, and 7 million users around the world. All with a single vision – to help make our world a better place to live, work, and play.

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