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Tuesday, October 18 • 10:30am - 11:00am
Technical Session. Facilities Capital Planning Using GIS at the City of Philadelphia

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AUTHORS: Stuart is the Chief Technology Officer of PenBay Solutions with more than 15 years experience developing innovative geographic information systems and custom IT applications for government and non-government environmental organizations across the US and the world. He has worked extensively in the area of bringing GIS indoors including leading information modeling work and software solution design.. Stu leads the technology team responsible for bringing PenBay’s InVision product suite to life.. Stuart has a B.S. in Forest Management from University of Maine

ABSTRACT: Large organizations like the City of Philadelphia have many departments with large facilities portfolios to manage. Each of these departments may have their own systems to track facilities operations and maintenance expenses. Each also has their own facilities-related capital investment needs. The City of Philadelphia is using GIS to harvest facilities data from a wide variety of different systems and organize them using location as the organizing principle. Using this approach, the Mayor's office can make better informed facilities capital investment decisions across the entire city portfolio rather on a department by department basis. Stu Rich will discuss the value that the City has received from this approach along with some of the challenges encountered along the way.

Tuesday October 18, 2016 10:30am - 11:00am
Nauset II

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