ESRI and Stratus Technologies Announce the Launch of the 2006 ArcGIS Server Demonstration Project Grant Program

Redlands, California – ESRI, the leading developer of geographic information system (GIS) software, has joined forces with Stratus Technologies , an ESRI hardware partner , to create the 2006 ArcGIS Server Demonstration Project Grant Program . Designed to help users improve government processes, this grant program will help state, regional, and local government agencies demonstrate concepts and create models for an integrated server-based GIS architecture. The grant serves to promote and distribute reusable applications that can be shared between governments by way of an ArcGIS Server public domain Web site.

Ten states, regional, or local governments within the United States will be awarded grants. Totaling more than $814,000, the grants will include software, hardware, and training resources.

The deadline to apply for this grant is October 27, 2006, at 5:00 p.m. (Pacific Standard Time). The program is open to all forms of state and local governments in the United States including all departments within a government organization. Applications developed by grant recipients will be posted on ESRI Web site beginning May 2007.

To learn more about the ESRI and Stratus Technologies ArcGIS Server Demonstration Project Grant, visit and select the Server Technology Grant.

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