State governments across the country leverage GIS to improve both customer service and operational efficiency. GIS facilitates coordination both between state agencies and with federal and local government entities by providing a common platform for data sharing. Timmons Group has helped state agencies across the country successfully implement GIS solutions. Esri GIS enhances workflows, decision making, and communication efficiency in State departments such as:
- Economic Development
- Emergency Preparedness
- Natural Resources
Find Wildlife VA
The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (VDGIF) worked with Timmons Group to update a legacy web application created several years ago titled “Find Game”.
MO Hunting App - Missouri Department of Conservation
The MO Hunting application enables Missouri hunters, anglers, and trappers to purchase, view, and store annual hunting, fishing, and trapping permits and associated details, as well as view permits purchased during the previous year.
Emergency Management Operations Application
Horry County, South Carolina selected Timmons Group to provide emergency management application upgrades and to provide new applications for emergency management and operations.
MO Fall Colors
An easy-to-use application to discover and submit pictures of changing foliage enhancing tourism opportunities, outreach, and education to all residents and visitors.
MO Fishing - Missouri Department of Conservation
Missouri anglers can now get high-tech help locating fishing spots with the Missouri Department of Conservation
NDOT HPMS Viewer
These applications include a web browser to validate Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS) data, a purpose built tool to efficiently update information, and a GIS viewer to easily access and search the HPMS data.
Esri Roads and Highways Implementation (ROME)
Timmons Group was selected to provide staff augmentation resources to assist in the completion of the implementation and integration of Esri
Timmons Group was contracted for the planning, design and implementation of the FERNS Mobile application for Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF).