2013 URISA ESIG Awards Recipients Announced

Posted by GIS talk On Friday, January 03, 2014
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URISA is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2013 URISA Exemplary Systems in Government (ESIG) Awards. Since 1980, URISA's ESIG Awards have recognized exceptional achievements in the application of information technology that have improved the delivery and quality of government services.

Enterprise Systems Category
This category recognizes outstanding use of information systems technology in a multidepartment environment as part of an integrated process.

Exemplary System
The GEM Project: Bringing Information to the Emergency Operations Centre (City of Calgary)—Liz Findlay, GEM project sponsor and manager, and Nancy Merritt, geospatial consultant and GEM project adviser, Geospatial Business Solutions Division, Corporate Services, City of Calgary, Alberta, Canada: Using a strategic implementation in a phased approach, the GEM project supports a population of more than one million and a city with more than 14,000 employees.

Distinguished Systems
- Department of Homeland Security Common Operational Picture—David Alexander, director, Geospatial Management Office, Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC

- Department of Homeland Security Geospatial Information Infrastructure—David Alexander, director, Geospatial Management Office, Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC (See "US Department of Homeland Security Simplifies Its Enterprise Mission with WebGIS.") - National Capital Region Geospatial Data Exchange—Robert Horne, GIS Committee chair, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, Washington, DC

Single Process System Category
This category recognizes outstanding application of information system technology to automate a specific single process or operation involving one department or subunit of an agency.

Exemplary System
The Transportation Investment Act Process: Georgia Department of Transportation—Jane H. Smith, State Transportation Data Administrator, Georgia Department of Transportation, Chamblee, Georgia: Serving state agencies, 159 counties, and more than 500 cities, the process provides a single, accurate, and up-to-date road database (55,000 miles of road centerline) covering the entire state.

Distinguished System
"Show Me My House" for Snow Ordinance Searches (Des Moines, Iowa)—Anna Whipple, GISP, GIS manager, City of Des Moines, Iowa.

For more information and to read the winning system submissions, visit www.urisa.org/awards/exemplary-systems-in-government.


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