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CTA Gov-In-Tech: Geographic Information System's Phase Two

Monthly Gov-in-Tech series

9/30/2014
When: Tuesday, September 30, 2014
8:30- 10:00am
Where: GTRI
990 S Broadway
Suite 3000
Denver, Colorado  80209
United States
Contact: Lizz McGehee
303.592.4079


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Location
GTRI
990 S Broadway, Suite 3000
Denver, Colorado 80209


Schedule
8:30am  Welcome & Presentation
9:15am Q&A
9:30am Wrap-up

 

In person attendance is highly encouraged however, a call-in option is available.
 
Call-in directions: Please dial 866.740.1260; you will be prompted to enter the access code, 5924067.
 
To access the presentation via ReadyTalk Conferencing please follow this link to log-in


GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS
THE FUTURE IS NOW! - PHASE TWO
CTA Government in Tech Forum – August 26, 2014 cont.


Thanks to Google and others, location-based services are now a critical component of any use of computing devices. But where does the data that is used in these devices come from? A large portion of it comes from public sector operations at levels of your state and local governments. This Gov-in-Tech Forum is pleased to present the second GIS speakers session and will present howlocal, regional and state governments use, manage and share spatial data. You will hear how government applies geographic information and the issues surrounding the use and sharing of this valuable information. You will also hear about possible new uses or directions for GIS in the public sector. Please join our leaders in government GIS discuss these intriguing topics. 


Speakers
 

   

Ashley Summers is the Information Systems Manager at the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG). Her team of GIS professionals and software developers develop, analyze, and visualize data for the Denver Region. Ashley coordinates the Denver Regional Aerial Photography Project and the Denver Regional Data Consortium. She and her staff are committed to turning data into information, creating decision support tools for better regional understanding, and promoting open data in government.

  

Matt Goetsch started his GIS career researching and mapping parcels for the Santa Fe County Assessor's Office in New Mexico.As 9-1-1 Coordinator for Montrose and Ouray Counties for the last nine years, he has been collecting and using GIS and address data from local governments throughout the six counties of Colorado's West Region.In 2011 he initiated a project to develop common GIS data schemas to be adopted by the West Region's GIS departments, to enable simplified regional data integration.

 

Chris Markuson is Director of Economic Development and Geographic Information Systems for Pueblo County. He is senior advisor to the Board of County Commissioners, implementing progressive GIS policy as an integral part of economic policy. Under his leadership, Pueblo County’s “Economic Gardening” and GIS programs have significantly increased County revenues and reduced costs of operations in Pueblo County. His work has enabled County Departments to work more efficiently.

 

Jon Gottsegen has served as State GIS Coordinator for Colorado for 10 years. Over his 29 years of experience in the GIS field, he has worked in the public, private and educational sectors. Jon supported GIS needs for the state's emergency operations center and was responsible for acquiring Colorado's $5.3 million dollar broadband mapping grant. He is a leader in GIS nationally as well served as President of the National States Geographic Information Council. 



About the Topic 
Customer experience is not what you think it is — it's your customers' perception of their interactions with your company. You need your customers more than they need you. To succeed, you must get serious about the way you define, implement, and manage the customer experience.

In this session, you'll connect with Forrester leaders and other industry leaders to discuss your customer experience strategy and:

  • Get tips on how to avoid the most frequent (and costly) customer experience mistakes.
  • Learn how your customers and employees have more control over your brand than ever before.
  • Learn the basics of an effective customer experience strategy and hear proof on how delivering customer experience is a must for your 2014 priorities

About the Topic 
Customer experience is not what you think it is — it's your customers' perception of their interactions with your company. You need your customers more than they need you. To succeed, you must get serious about the way you define, implement, and manage the customer experience.

In this session, you'll connect with Forrester leaders and other industry leaders to discuss your customer experience strategy and:

  • Get tips on how to avoid the most frequent (and costly) customer experience mistakes.
  • Learn how your customers and employees have more control over your brand than ever before.
  • Learn the basics of an effective customer experience strategy and hear proof on how delivering customer experience is a must for your 2014 priorities
In person attendance is highly encouraged however, a call-in option is available. Call-in directions: Please dial 866.740.1260; you will be prompted to enter the access code, 5924067. To access the presentation please follow this link to log-in. 
In person attendance is highly encouraged however, a call-in option is available. Call-in directions: Please dial 866.740.1260; you will be prompted to enter the access code, 5924067. To access the presentation please follow this link to log-in. 

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