GIS Quality Control Technical Specialist – Pomona area
2017 ESRI User Conference Student Assistantship – ESRI, Redlands
The US government is one of the world’s largest publishers, both in paper and on the web. More than 200 years ago Congress authorized the sending of free copies of certain government publications to libraries around the country. This developed into the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP), with more than 1,100 public, academic, and government libraries as members. Each of these libraries receives government materials for free, and is required to make them available to the public.
The Federal Depository Library Program is run by the Government Printing Office (GPO), which recently changed it’s name to Government Publishing Office in order to indicate it is now more involved with electronic data rather than paper.
If you are looking for government publications and other federal information, give these online sources a try: Continue reading
GIS Analyst/Developer – San Francisco area
GIS Analyst – Edwards AFB
Geospatial Engineer – San Francisco area
Supervisor GIS Analytics – San Francisco area
GIS Technician – Fort Irwin
GIS Technician – San Jose area
Crime Analyst – Daly City
Analyst – Fremont area
GIS Analyst – Calabasas area
ESRI ArcGIS Developer – San Diego area
GIS Applications Developer – Los Angeles area
GIS Specialist – City of Healdsburg
Map Layout Production Engineer – ESRI, Redlands
The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) won Best of Show in the ESRI UC Map Gallery for its Visualization Tool – Scenario Planning Enhanced 3D GIS. They also won the award for Most Unique map for the same visualization tool.
Congratulations SCAG! Check them out and other award winners by clicking below.
ESRI has shipped the ArcGIS for Local Government September release. The release includes new solution offerings and a series of enhancements to existing solutions: Continue reading
Recently I had a need to generate a spider diagram for my map. Spider diagrams, also called desire lines for business scenarios, are a series of rays drawn from a central point to related points. The result shows you the actual area of influence for each central point.
Some good examples would be store locations and customers that visit them, library locations and patrons’ home locations, or in my case fire station locations and incidents they responded to. Continue reading