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Tuesday, September 9 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Exemplary Systems in Government

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Each year, organizations prepare comprehensive applications to illustrate their technology accomplishments. These applications are peer-reviewed by URISA’s ESIG Review Committee. We are pleased to recognize the exemplary and distinguished systems at GIS-Pro. The winners of both the Enterprise System and Single Process System are here to share their exemplary work in this showcase session.

  • The New Hampshire Mosaic Parcel Map
    David Salzer, GISP, and Patrick Santoso, UNH Technology Transfer Center, Durham, NH
  • The NCHHSTP Atlas
    Kim Elmore, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), Atlanta, GA 

Moderators
avatar for Martha Wells, GISP

Martha Wells, GISP

Founder, Spatial Focus, Inc.
Martha Wells, GISP is a founder of Spatial Focus LLC. She is also co-author of the United States Thoroughfare, Landmark and Postal Address Data Standard (FGDC), and the URISA workshop on addressing. She is a member of the National Academy of Science Mapping Advisory Committee. She has worked on addressing issues and GIS for the past 20 years.

Speakers
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Kim Elmore

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)
Kim Elmore is a Medical Geographer and Geospatial Scientist who has been conducting HIV research for 20 years. She earned her Ph.D. in Geography from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in 2001 and has been at the CDC since 2003. Kim is interested in the application of geographical ideas to understanding the changing geography of infectious diseases. She is also currently the Vice Chair of the Geography and Geospatial Science Working... Read More →
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David Salzer

Director of Projects, Technology Transfer Center at UNH
David Salzer, GISP manages the Mosaic Parcel Map Project at the Technology Transfer Center. He received his BS and MS in Civil Engineering from UNH in '05 and '07 respectively and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering. David also manages a number of "Special Projects" for the center including; the Municipal GIS Assistance Program, the New Hampshire Damage Estimation Program, and Tax Administration Program Development.
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Patrick Santoso

Property Tax Equalization Manager, Technology Transfer Center at UNH
Patrick Santoso is the Property Tax Equalization Manager at the Technology Transfer Center. He has a BS and MS from UNH in Engineering and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. In addition to Property Tax Equalization Patrick also manages Road Salt Reduction in winter maintenance, Municipal Road Surface Management, process automation, and GIS data collection projects.


Tuesday September 9, 2014 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Grand Ballroom E

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