A geographic information system (GIS) shapes state and local government processes, workflows, policies, and engagement with citizens. GIS provides a means to question how we can constantly improve our environment; infrastructure; safety; health; economies; planning; engineering; and, ultimately, our world.
Advancements in GIS are helping governments modernize operations, gain new perspective on the balance between natural and built environments, and create equitable and inclusive policies. GIS is a mapping platform for agile government and a tool to guide sustainable communities.
State and local government departments
Select your discipline to see how Esri technology can help you.
Esri State & Local Connect webinar series
Join us the third Wednesday of every month to hear about the latest GIS information from the Esri state and local government team. You will learn how to leverage your GIS capabilities to improve agency services, differentiate yourself, and achieve success.
Find out how your peers are using Esri technology to achieve their goals.
Esri technology is used at all levels of government and across disciplines worldwide. Here are some of the major focus areas based on global challenges.
Esri's smart community information system establishes four technology tenets governments need to support smart communities.
Esri Disaster Response Program (DRP)
This program provides GIS software, technical support, services, and data during your community's time of need.
Find guidance and support for response, business continuity, and reopening.
Advance racial equality, social justice, and inclusive development.