Scott Oppmann leads a team that is responsible for the development of Esri's state and local government solutions. These solutions include a series of useful location-based maps and apps that help organizations improve government operations and enhance services provided to the public.
Prior to joining Esri in 2008, Oppmann served as Oakland County, Michigan's Application Services Division manager and was responsible for the planning, implementation, and support of spatial and nonspatial technology solutions across a diverse customer base. This included more than 40 county departments and the 62 cities, villages, and townships within Oakland County. He was responsible for implementing Oakland County's unique, multiparticipant, enterprise geographic information system (GIS) program. He interacted directly with participating county departments, local governments, and regional/national organizations in an effort to reengineer government workflows through the implementation of GIS technology.
Since graduating from Michigan State University with a degree in urban and regional planning, Oppmann has spent several years working in the public and private planning arena. He served as a professional planner in Johnson County, Indiana, and was planning and economic development director for the City of Franklin, Indiana.