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Esri Federal User Conference

Description
Geospatial technology helps you solve national challenges. The Esri Federal GIS Conference is the place to gain the expertise you need for the trends and initiatives that impact your work. More than 100 sessions and a variety of networking opportunities give you valuable technical training and management insights to help you succeed in the coming year.
Dates
February 25 - February 28
Location
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
Washington DC
Sponsor
Esri
Website
http://www.esri.com/events/federal/index.html
Tags
federal government, geospatial technology, software development
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