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Monday, September 16

11:00am EDT

Addressing for Local Governments in the Age of NG9-1-1
Session 4

Address point, parcels and street centerline data are fundamental to NG9-1-1 and local governments have been mandated to maintain and provide this data to regional PSAPs and up to the state level. Developing and maintaining a comprehensive address database can be challenging for small towns with few resources. In addition, this data is also used by some local governments for a variety of use cases including permitting, document management, assessing, planning, etc. AppGeo has worked with several communities to develop workflows and processes to comply with state and national standards while accommodating local use cases. This presentation will share some of the challenges faced and the lessons learned in this context.

Author: Priya Sankalia


Priya Sankalia

Project Manager, Applied Geographics, Inc.

Monday September 16, 2019 11:00am - 11:30am EDT
Rowley Room

11:00am EDT

Session 4

The PE, PLS, MD, DDM- all of these certified credentials lend credibility and authority to those who have achieved and attained them. According to the GIS Certification Institute (GISCI), there are over 5500 active GISPs around the world. GISP is probably the most recognized certification in the field of GIS. The GISCI Board recently made long-anticipated changes to the GISP certification process that were decided during the first meeting of 2015. These changes affect both current and future GISP certification holders and were made in order to increase the value, recognition and long term viability of the GISP certification and the GISCI organization. This presentation will provide information on the certification including requirements and the process to attain the certification. Come learn about the credential that is lending credibility and authority within the geospatial information professional field.

Author: Thad Dymkowski / GISCI


Thad Dymkowski

Town of South Windsor, CT

Monday September 16, 2019 11:00am - 11:30am EDT
Newburyport Room