CMC Government Supply Providing ArcGIS To Local Government For Over 25 Years

CMC Government Supply has always offered the best quality tools to help public servants do their jobs more effectively. As a result of this focus, CMC Government Supply has partnered with ESRI for over 25 years and offers ArcGIS for Local Government. A geographic information system is the best way for different segments of local government to combine information in one location and make it more useful for every part of government, including planning, public works, emergency management, and law enforcement.

ArcGIS for Local GovernmentAuditors and planners can use ArcGIS to manage an inventory of properties, analyze land values, and convey zoning regulations. The Tax Parcel Editing map maintains the archive of tax parcels, subdivisions, encumbrances, and related survey framework. Tax collection staff can use the software’s maps to identify, post, and sell tax delinquent properties. ArcGIS also provides public access to property data on smartphones and desktop computers. The Tax Map Book app can produce tax maps and mapping technicians can easily collect and manage road centerlines with address ranges and related mailing address data.

Many local governments use ArcGIS to maintain sewer and storm water records and to plan capital improvements. A collection of web-based maps provide employees information about water, sewer, and storm water records. Maintenance workers use maps and apps to learn about the history of specific areas of piping. ArcGIS shows water violations and makes suggestions for water restrictions, making the software a valuable asset to achieve green goals.

CMC provides ArcGIS to Emergency Management teams who can use ArcGIS to create response plans, easily update structural damage assessments during and after an emergency, and to teach residents about the hazards and evacuation routes. The Flood Planning map can be used by emergency management personnel to study the effects of seasonal flooding and develop response plans.

For law enforcement, ArcGIS means effective allocation of resources to protect residents and property. Officers use the software to visualize crime trends, plan special events, and understand incidents by compiling information into one area. One app allows local residents to submit requests for service in their community from a smartphone or desktop computer. Another feature for law enforcement officers is the ability to conduct field interviews and complete field contact reports.

CMC Government Supply continues to serve as a trusted provider of ArcGIS for Desktop along with ArcGIS extension for detailed analysis like 3D Analyst and more. Visit http://www.cmcgov.com/store/pc/c110.htm for more information.

CMC Government Supply Enables Customers to Extend Their ArcGIS Capabilities With Desktop Extensions

CMC Government Supply is featuring the top selling ArcGIS for Desktop Extensions and Desktop Software this month. ArcGIS Desktop Extensions enable customers to do more with their existing software by providing tools which allow for more sophisticated and specific tasks specific.

One of the most requested extensions is the ArcGIS Spatial Analyst that provides a range of spatial modeling and analysis tools. Spatial Analyst allows customers to derive answers from their data using advanced spatial analysis with spatial modeling and analysis tools. Find the best location, analyze risk, calculate cost of travel, or visualize patterns with this extension. It is available in single use or concurrent use license as are all the licenses.

Another popular and useful extension is 3D Analyst. 3D Analyst enables customers to analyze their data in a realistic perspective providing advanced visualization, analysis, and surface generation tools. Police and security personnel gain more complete situational awareness, while military personnel can perform realistic mission and flight path analyses of potential threats. 3D Analyst has benefits for civil engineers, facility managers, city developers and geoscientists as well.

If dynamic modeling of realistic network conditions is desired, Network Analyst provides network-based spatial analysis, such as routing, fleet routing, travel directions, closest facility, service area, and location-allocation.

Data Interoperability gives users the ability to integrate nonnative data into their GIS and share it with others who do not use ArcGIS. Over 110 spatial data formats are supported.

“People all over the nation use these great extensions to give an up-to-date and realistic picture of their data. ArcGIS for Desktop is the base and these extensions provide the tools needed for the more specific and detailed analysis required,” says Debby Parker of CMC Government Supply.

ArcGIS for Desktop software is also available and those requiring additional licenses will want to do this through CMC Government Supply. For more information, visit http://www.cmcgov.com/store/pc/c110.htm.