Posts Tagged: Esri

How GIS Works to Combat Fraud

GIS technology can be used to help address fraud, waste and abuse in several different ways. Organizations benefit from closely examining location-based factors to identify hot spots, regional variations and clusters, such as co-locations of services. Then, real-time data analysis shows spatial trends that inform predictions about future needs and issues — or, in this… Read more »

Opportunities For Young Professionals At Esri’s FedGIS

Esri’s Federal GIS Conference is only one week away! Held in Washington, D.C. on February 24th and 25th, 2016 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, federal employees will gather to learn how GIS can advance mission goals and to network with GIS leaders. The next day, February 26th, geospatial developers will have the chanceRead… Read more »

Get In-Depth Training for Building Next-Generation Apps at Esri’s DevSummit DC

Esri’s Federal GIS Conference in Washington, D.C., a two-day event focused on how federal government employees can GIS technology to achieve mission goals, is just weeks away. But while the FedGIS Conference ends on February 25th, the learning opportunities for geospatial developers continue with the Esri DevSummit DC on Friday, February 26th, also at theRead… Read more »

Learning At “A Mile A Minute” At Esri FedGIS

It’s finally February, the month of the Esri Federal GIS Conference. Taking place on February 24th and 25th in Washington, D.C., the conference is the perfect opportunity for federal employees to learn about new developments in GIS technology and see how other agencies are using GIS to achieve mission goals. A plenary session on theRead… Read more »

3 Reasons Why You Should Attend the Esri FedGIS Conference

The countdown is on with less than a month until Esri’s Federal GIS Conference in Washington, D.C., taking place on February 24 -25 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Haven’t registered yet? Need some convincing? Here are three reasons why anybody interested in GIS should register now. #1: You’ll further your education The FederalRead… Read more »