Good Government

 

RequestIndy
The City of Indianapolis wanted to expand the Mayor’s Action Center capabilities to allow 24-hour access, offer faster alternatives, and route requests more efficiently…

Great Deeds Done
The State Land Office identified surplus parcels have been auctioned to private entities putting over $5.6M back into state coffers

What the Voters Want
The Allen County Election Board, in response to hundreds of requests for sample ballots each election, needed an easier delivery system than the cumbersome website…

Where to Hunt?
DNR built a web-based GIS application that gives sportsmen the ability to search for public lands open to hunting in Indiana…

Taking Charge of Our Money
The City of Westfield’s wanted to research two of its revenue streams – the Food and Beverage Tax and the Video Franchise Fee – to investigate unpaid taxes…

Shared History
In Wayne County, historical images have proven beneficial in environmental studies and determining historic land use, as well as being useful for assessing environmental sites, documenting historical sites, and tracking vegetation growth and river runoff trends…

MyTown, Indiana
Open and effective government is continually looking for better ways to communicate…

Perfect Retriever
The City of Evansville’s Animal Control Department needed a tool that allowed staff to easily locate where animal issues were in the community…

Well and Good
The Division of Water at DNR needed a more efficient and accurate way of researching their records on water wells, dam specifications and inspections, floodplains, and construction permits…

Managing Project Management
Construction and maintenance projects at the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) require a substantial amount of coordination…

Know Before You Dig
Information about DNR’s buried fiber optic cable, wireless networks, and phone systems was scattered across hundreds of paper maps, or only known to the people who buried the cable…

Stormy Weather
When it rains, all that water has to go somewhere…

Taxes Made Simpler
The Allen County iMap team was tasked with adding the ability to pay property taxes online…

All Together Now
The Town of Brownsburg lacked a GIS that could be used both internally by Town personnel as well as externally by the public. …

Sharing the Glory
A coordinated effort by cities, towns, the County, and public safety officials led to a method of effectively and efficiently sharing critical address and street data between them all…

Surveying the Possibilities
Few surveyor’s markers have been tagged with GPS coordinates that can be used for legal surveys. Efforts are underway, but the process will take years. In the meantime, surveyors need a simple, reliable way to access…

A Government that Talks to Itself
The City of Mishawaka was striving to implement GIS on a citywide level…

How All-Purpose is Defined
The Noble County GIS Committee was tasked with finding a better way to manage everyday information on property, drainage, land use, planning…

Spend Less Time, Spend Less Money
In today’s business world, efficiency and cost effective solutions are driving forces. This applies to county governments as well. The Wells County Assessor’s Office…

Enabling an Informed, Engaged Public
Web-based mapping can provide an easy, low cost solution that provides access to data …

Metadata Made Easy
Metadata is important documentation about your GIS data. It is the “what, where, when, who and why”…

If I Had a Big Enough Lever…
Often, collecting data is only the first step. After you know where everyone lives, you need a mechanism to share that information with other organizations that need to know, too…