Interior taps ESRI for geospatial portal redesign

ESRI will redesign the Geospatial One-Stop portal that it created under a new five-year, $2.4 million contract.

Interior Department and ESRI officials announced the e-government deal last week at the 7th annual federal geographic information system conference in Washington sponsored by the Redlands, Calif., company.

Scott J. Cameron, deputy assistant Interior secretary for performance and management, said ESRI will revamp the portal with new data exchange standards, online metadata entry, distributed data sets, and a multiagency marketplace to share needs and capabilities with vendors.

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