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NGA Taps Esri to Join Geospatial Exchange Program; Jack Dangermond Comments

Esri has been chosen to participate in a National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency program that will place NGA employees in temporary positions with academic and industry partners as part of efforts to increase their exposure to new technologies and methodologies. The company said Thursday the eNGAge program seeks to foster experiential learning opportunities that may help professionals expand their current …

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Esri Demos Open-Data Model for ArcGIS Mapping Platform; Jack Dangermond Comments

Esri showcased an open data-based ArcGIS geographic information system at a digital technology event that was held Monday at the White House. The Expanding Opportunity with Open Data: A White House Demonstration event featured digital tools intended to help government agencies and the general public to access information about job openings or other opportunities …

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Lockheed-Esri Team Helps NGA Implement GIS Cloud Portal; Jason O’Connor, Jack Dangermond Comment

A Lockheed Martin–Esri team has launched a cloud portal for ArcGIS technology with the goal of helping U.S. intelligence and defense agencies organize and share geographic information. The portal is designed to allow National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and Defense Department analysts access to protected GEOINT data through the Amazon Web Services …

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Jack Dangermond: FedRAMP Green Lights Esri’s GIS Cloud Service for Federal Clients

Esri has been certified under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program to offer cloud services for government users of a geographic information system technology. Jack Dangermond, president of Esri, announced at the company’s annual geospatial conference that its managed cloud service offering is designated FedRAMP compliant at the moderate …

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Geospatial Industry Players Form Council to Guide Collaboration

Leaders from the geospatial world have formed a council that would facilitate collaboration in the industry, particularly among companies and representative trade organizations. Jack Dangermond, president of Redlands, Calif.-based Esri, provider of geographic information system software, web geographic information systems and geodatabase management applications, will serve as the chairman and …

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Interior Dept. Issues FedRAMP ATO to Esri’s Cloud-Based Spatial Analytics Platform

Esri has received authority-to-operate certification from the Interior Department to provide cloud-based spatial analytics support to U.S. federal clients. The company said Monday its ArcGIS Online service offering obtained ATO under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program for availability on the FedRAMP Marketplace and deployment in Amazon Web Services‘ and Microsoft‘s cloud environments. Jack Dangermond, founder …

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Esri to Help UN Member States Use ArcGIS-Based Data Hub for Sustainable Development Efforts

The United Nations Statistics Division has partnered with Esri in an effort to help UN member states implement a data respository for assessing, monitoring and reporting sustainable development goals. Esri said Monday the Federated System for the SDGs is based on the company-built ArcGIS mapping platform and designed to process location intelligence data. Gregg Scott, inter-regional adviser …

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Esri, Microsoft Partner to Provide Technology Support for Environmental Conservationists

Esri and Microsoft have jointly established a grant process to provide mapping and artificial intelligence tools to environmental conservationists. Eligible organizations and individuals can apply through the grant process to gain access to Esri’s ArcGIS geographic information system software and Microsoft’s cloud and AI platforms, Esri said Wednesday. “Understanding environmental data in …

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Esri to Offer DOE Lab Access to Spatial Analysis Tools via Enterprise Agreement

Esri is poised to sign an enterprise agreement with an Energy Department-funded laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, to provide some federal research and development projects access to the company’s geographic information system. DOE’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory can leverage a full set of ArcGIS-based spatial analysis tools and add licenses on an as-needed basis as part of …

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