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Thursday, May 18 • 11:15am - 11:45am
A Deep Dive Into the AWC GIS Consortium: what’s in it for you

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The Association of Washington Cities (AWC) GIS Consortium, a partnership between AWC and FLO Analytics, increases the capacity of local government to utilize GIS technology.

Whether you need a little or a lot of GIS assistance, the GIS Consortium can help you with everything from being an on-call resource for any of your data or mapping needs to helping your organization develop an implementation strategy for ramping up or creating your GIS program.

During this session, we will take a deep-dive into what the GIS Consortium does and cover the many benefits that local governments can gain from joining.

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Grant Herbert

Senior GIS Analyst/Developer, FLO Analytics
Grant has 13 years of experience in the geospatial industry. His expertise includes GIS data management, asset management, spatial database and server technologies, creating automated tools with Python, and building Web-based data visualizations. As the lead for many GIS Consorti... Read More →
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John McKenzie

GIS Program Lead, Association of Washington Cities
John conducts GIS, data analysis, and data visualization for all AWC departments, staff, and member cities. His work includes developing and managing the content of the AWC Open Data Portal (http://data.awcnet.org), creating GIS based story maps to address issues facing Washingto... Read More →
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Tyler Vick

Principal, FLO Analytics
Tyler manages the operations and GIS service offerings at FLO. He is a specialist in providing implementation strategies for both GIS and database development projects, along with project management for the company’s most complex jobs. As one of the founding members of the Asso... Read More →

Thursday May 18, 2017 11:15am - 11:45am
Room 318

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