(ESIG) Awards process for 2019. Since 1980, URISA's ESIG Awards have recognized extraordinary achievements in the use of geospatial information technology that have improved the delivery and quality of government services. The award competition is open to all public agencies at the national/federal, state/provincial, regional and local levels. Winners will be recognized during the Awards Luncheon on October 1 during GIS-Pro 2019 in New Orleans.
Submissions are invited in two categories:
- Enterprise Systems: Systems in this category are outstanding and working examples of using information systems technology in a multi-department environment as part of an integrated process. These systems exemplify effective use of technology yielding widespread improvements in the process(es) and/or service(s) involved and/or cost savings to the organization.
- Single Process Systems: Systems in this category are outstanding and working examples of applying information system technology to automate a specific SINGLE process or operation involving one department or sub-unit of an agency. The system application results in extended and/or improved government services that are more efficient and/or save money
Submissions are due on or before Wednesday, May 29, 2019. A detailed application requiring details about the Jurisdiction/Organization, System Design, Implementation, Organizational Impact and System Resources is available online.
The list of 2018 ESIG Award Recipients follows.
2018 Enterprise System Winners:
Exemplary System: The Assessor Portal
- Submitted by the Los Angeles County Office of the Assessor, Los Angeles, California
Distinguished System: Growth Management and Development Dashboard
- Submitted by: Carolynne Saxton, GIS Coordinator, Town of East Gwillimbury, Sharon, Ontario Canada
Distinguished System: Mobile/Desktop Data Collection Initiative
- Submitted by: Brian Arnold, GIS Coordinator, City of Dayton, Department of Water, Dayton, Ohio
2018 Single Process System Winners:
Exemplary System: Cook County Medical Examiner Maps and Data Portal
- Submitted by Joel Inwood, Public Information Officer, Cook County Bureau of Technology, Chicago, Illinois.
Distinguished System: Landmark at Risk: Protecting the Historic Seaport of Annapolis, Maryland Story Map
- Submitted by: Shawn Wampler, GISP, GIS Coordinator, City of Annapolis, Maryland
Distinguished System: NKYdroneLAB
- Submitted by: Trisha W. Brush, GISP, Director of GIS Services, Kenton and Campbell Counties of Kentucky, Fort Mitchell, Kentucky
To view these winning submissions and accompanying organizational videos, visit: http://www.urisa.org/awards/exemplary-systems-in-government/
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