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Coastal City Amplifies GIS to Better Manage Water Quality Assets

A comprehensive, ArcGIS technology-based solution helps Carlsbad, California, keep up with maintenance on pollution-catching structures.

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A Vital Tool for Forest Management

US Forest Service Deputy Chief James E. Hubbard believes GIS is mission critical for fire management and response.

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Esri Partners Innovate for Utilities, City Development, and More

Esri partners facilitate and streamline workflows and management of a variety of community management projects.

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Managing GIS Operations for Snow Removal for the City of Columbus—Warrior

"Managing GIS," A column from members of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association

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Building Sustainable GIS Management with URISA’s GIS Capability Maturity Model

Managing GIS, A column from members of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association

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City of Los Angeles Tracks Land-Use Data Edits, Enabling Smart and Agile Growth

The city has used ArcGIS Workflow Manager for 10 years to monitor data edits and ensure data quality.

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Managing for the Best

Managers need to manage for the best among us, not the worst. And that requires leadership.

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Manage Members in Your ArcGIS Online Organizational Account Quickly and Easily

Learn to manage ArcGIS Online organizational account members, including assigning and unassigning licenses and adding members to groups.

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Smart Community Enhances Asset Management with Location Intelligence

The City of Gresham, Oregon, implemented ArcGIS Enterprise and LucityAM to improve its critical public infrastructure data.

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Organizational Support Is Key to Initiative’s Success

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority uses change management techniques to help its GIS modernization,

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How the New York MTA Manages $1 Trillion in Assets

Any executive challenged to “do more with less” will empathize with the New York MTA—and maybe learn from how it has improved subway management.

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