Small Government Cloud-Based Enterprise Agreement
GIS technology has been incorporated into many smart communities to improve the lives of residents. Implementing location in your community can allow you to stay current with municipal design, service delivery, communication with the public, and more. Although limited resources and access to technology can be challenging, Esri has created the Small Government Cloud-Based Enterprise Agreement (SGCBEA) for many more communities to have access to the latest GIS technology in an affordable and web-based environment.
Use location intelligence in your community
Esri’s Small Cloud-Based Enterprise Agreement
Establishes four technology tenets that governments need to deliver to their community:
Tackle community issues while driving down costs, improving government responsiveness, and optimizing which problem areas to focus next.
Inform the public on what happens and why, in a context of where they live. Redefine the way residents and government communicate with each other.
Streamline workflows and processes, improve field data collection, and analyze data to make real-world decisions that speeds service delivery.
Planning and engineering
Foresee and plan how proposed development, changing demographics and lifestyles, and economic shifts will impact your community.
Desktop – Advanced, Standard, Basic (Single use license)
ArcGIS Online – 50 Viewer user types and 50 Creator user types
ArcGIS Online Service Credits – 10,000
ArcGIS 3D Analyst
ArcGIS Spatial Analyst
ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst
ArcGIS Workflow Manager
ArcGIS Network Analyst
ArcGIS Data Reviewer
Premium ArcGIS apps
Esri CityEngine – 2 Single Use License
Insights for ArcGIS – 2
ArcGIS Developer Subscription – 1 Professional Subscription
ArcGIS Runtime – Standard License
Runtime Analysis Extension
Enabling Local Government
Esri’s Small Local Government Cloud-Based EA has given us the flexibility we haven’t had in a while. Despite having limited staff, we can now proactively respond to our community’s needs.
Mick Michel – City Administrator
Dyersville, Iowa (Population 4,220)