Over 250 Geographic Information Systems (GIS) staff, IT professionals, and technology vendors came together for the annual Northeast Ohio GIS Symposium in downtown Cleveland, hosted by Cuyahoga County in partnership with DigitalC.
The full day event included 25 sessions from County and Regional Sewer District staff, local GIS vendors, analysts and program managers in the field of GIS. The key note speakers included civic leaders who are using GIS technology to improve efficiencies and effectiveness of how government is run, including Stu Davis, Chief Information Officer for the State of Ohio, Scot Rouke, Chief Information Officer for Cuyahoga County, Daro Mott, Chief Innovation Officer for the County, and Scott Oppman, Local Government Division from ESRI.
The goal: to improve access to government services for the public through improved system design, increased access, and continued cross government collaboration around shared services.
2016 GIS CONFERENCE VIDEO OVERVIEW
Watch as John Kable III, GIS Manager, Cuyahoga County and Kauser Razvi, Director of Community & Developer Relations, DigitalC give an overview of the day.