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Schedule for Wednesday, June 15, 2022

*Schedule is tentative at this time and session days/times may be adjusted until finalized.

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GIS Track 1 - Millennium Falcon (Dallas Room)
GIS Track 1 - Millennium Falcon (Dallas Room)
Registration - Mos Eisley Cantina
8:30 am - 10:00 am
Waterfall Atrium

The registration desk is located in the Waterfall Atrium area. Please stop by the registration desk to register for the conference or if you have any questions regarding the conference.

ITAG Welcome - Death Star (Ballroom)

Welcome to 2020 ITAG and announcements in the Ballroom.

Census 2020 Data Corrections
10:30 am - 11:30 am

Title: Census 2020 Data

The Census Bureau published the 2020 Census results on-line in September of 2021. Since then, some governments have questioned the results and have requested a review by the Census Bureau. This presentation will discuss options for tribal, state, and local governments to request a review of the census results through the Count Question Resolution (CQR) operation, Post Census Group Quarters Review (PCGQR) operation, and the Special Census Program.

Presenter: Craig Best, Geographer, US Census Bureau


Presenter Bio: Craig Best is a Geographer at the US Census Bureau’s Chicago Regional Office. He began his career working to build the Census Bureau’s TIGER system for use in the 1990 Census. Throughout his 38-year career and 4 decennial censuses, Craig has worked as a Supervisory Geographer, Geographic Coordinator, and Assistant Regional Census Manager. Currently, Craig spends most of his time working on geographic partnership programs with tribal, state, and local governments.

Title: 11 Trends in GIS

Workshop Description: : This session will walk through Jack Dangermond's list of 11 important innovations in GIS for 2021. We'll discuss the current state of cloud GIS options that let you choose just how much control and flexibility you want. We'll see the latest trends in analysis and visualization. And with open-source APIs and SDKs and the new ArcGIS Platform, we'll show how organizations can reduce friction with collaborators. From integrating your field operations to GeoAI and ML, and from cloud-native imagery to real-time GIS, join us to learn more about this year's hot topics.

Presenter: Matt Hoehn: Esri Account Manager


Presenter Bio:Matt has been a part of the Esri local government team for 3 years. Prior to his career with Esri, he worked for state, and federal government where he was the Civilian GIS Manger for the Naval District Washington PSAP, and spent 10 years as a private GIS consultant for 911 and emergency management operations. Originally from Virginia, Matt relocated to Missouri in 2017. He is an avid woodworker, and enjoys hiking, and going on adventures with his wife and 3 children.

Using Esri's Arcade in Your Maps

Title: Using Esri's Arcade in Your Maps

Workshop Description: Some example uses for Arcade to augment the popups and labels in your maps.

Presenter: David Dodds, Polk County GIS


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Lunch - Death Star
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Ballroom

Lunch in the Ballroom

ICIT Business Meeting - Razor Crest Room
12:45 pm - 1:30 pm

ICIT Business Meeting

*NEW* Forest and Fruit Tree Reservation Reporting

Title: *NEW* Forest and Fruit Tree Reservation Reporting

Workshop Description: At the beginning of 2022, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) launched a new initiative to collect and report county Forest & Fruit Tree exemption data for the year 2021 in a GIS shapefile format. Specific fields have been requested to facilitate a more standard submission of the data. We will go through the material provided to assessors, provide solutions (ArcGIS, Excel) for counties to use, and answer any questions. Our goal is to leave with an understanding of how you can support your county and assist the Iowa DNR.

Presenter: Travis Gerrish, GIS Coordinator Franklin County


Presenter Bio: Travis Gerrish, GIS Coordinator, has been with Franklin County, IA since 2015. He has a Master of Science (M.S.) from the University of Northern Iowa (UNI) in Geography with a major emphasis in Geographic Information Science (GIS). Travis is a member of the Iowa GIS Information Council (IGIC) and has served as a county representative for a couple of terms. He is currently serving as the President of Iowa Counties Information Technology (ICIT). Travis enjoys the networking that takes place at conferences and stays involved with creating new apps and solutions to everyday processes.

GIS Data Collection: A Round Table Discussion About Equipment, Tools, and Process Improvement
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Title: GIS Data Collection: A Round Table Discussion About Equipment, Tools, and Process Improvement

Workshop Description: Having good data is important, but equipment and time are expensive. Come be a part of this round table discussion to help others learn from your experience, both good and bad. This discussion will be broken loosely into 3 subtopics; equipment, collection tools/apps/software, and process & product improvement. Come with great ideas, leave with better ones!!

Presenters: Tyler Danielson, GISP – GIS Project Manager at Bolton & Menk, Inc.


Presenter Bio: Tyler is a GIS Project Manager whose principal focus is assisting communities in implementing, administering, and managing GIS technology. He has expertise with internal and external clients and assists with database development, data analysis, and advanced map development and layout. Tyler is experienced in the Esri GIS suite of programs. Additionally, he has worked with many clients in Iowa to manage their ArcGIS Online organization, data, users, and maps/applications. He particularly enjoys working directly with a user, understanding their workflow, brainstorming ways GIS can make efficiencies, developing those solutions, training, and supporting those users in their new system, and managing the outputs.

Break - Death Star - Sponsored by Neapolitan Labs

Get your City off the Ground
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Title: Get your City off the Ground
Description: The geospatial industry is rapidly adapting to and incorporating workflows in 3-dimensions. Adding a third dimension opens up the possibility to change the way data is represented and received. Providing a closer to real-world context that is easier to communicate to the viewer. Whether you've already started building your city model or are looking for where to go to get started. We will start with the initial steps to begin formulating your building models, looking at different sources to start with as well as how and where to store this data. We will then look at how to serve this out to the web within an ArcGIS environment (ArcGIS Enterprise and Online).
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Presenter: Erik Brawner, GIS Analyst for the City of Des Moines


Presenter Bio: Erik Brawner is a GIS Analyst for the City of Des Moines. He has been at the city since 2018 with 6 years of experience providing GIS solutions for local government. Erik has a Master of Science (M.S.) from the University of Arkansas in Geological and Earth Sciences focused in remote sensing applications of ground deformation and terrain analysis. He has extensive experience managing ArcGIS Server and Enterprise components through industry application.

Free Time
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Free time

Food, Drinks, Tours @ The Foundry Distillery - Sponsored by Heartland Business Systems
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

After Hours MeetUp - Millenium Falcon Room
9:00 pm - 12:00 am

Rooms will be open and available for a Free-For-All Meetup. Bring your own games, drinks, snacks, etc., and catch up with fellow ITAG attendees.

GIS Track 2 - Tantive IV (Hancock Rm)
GIS Track 2 - Tantive IV (Hancock Rm)
Registration - Mos Eisley Cantina
8:30 am - 10:00 am
Waterfall Atrium

The registration desk is located in the Waterfall Atrium area. Please stop by the registration desk to register for the conference or if you have any questions regarding the conference.

ITAG Welcome - Death Star (Ballroom)

Welcome to 2020 ITAG and announcements in the Ballroom.

Branch Out: An Intro to Branch Versioning
10:30 am - 11:30 am

Title: Branch Out: An Intro to Branch Versioning

Enterprise geodatabase versioning is an integral part of enterprise GIS and allows for flexible and manageable workflows for multi user editing scenarios. This presentation will cover the basics of Branch Versioning, the newest variety of database versioning for Esri users. This new versioning has been reconfigured to alleviate some of the pain-points of Traditional Versioning, and relies on a feature services-based platform for version use and management. In this presentation, we will go over some of the basics of the Branch Versioning platform, then demonstrate publishing and using versions at the feature service level. It’s time to Branch out!

Presenter: Hunter Ray, Cloudpoint Geospatial


Presenter Bio: Hunter Ray serves as Enterprise team leader at Cloudpoint Geospatial and helps provide solutions and technical support for ArcGIS Enterprise deployments. He also helps develop solutions for coupling Esri's Field Apps with ArcGIS Enterprise to streamline client workflows for data collection and management. Hunter received his Bachelor of Science in Zoology from Southern Illinois University Carbondale in 2011 and a Master of Science in GIS & Web Map Programming from the University of Wisconsin – Madison in 2020. His previous work experience comes from over eight years with the USDA as a Wildlife Biologist/GIS Specialist where he helped develop workflows around web and mobile based applications for staff using ArcGIS Enterprise.

Exploring the Landscape of K-12 GIS & Remote Sensing Education in Iowa

Title: Exploring the Landscape of K-12 GIS & Remote Sensing Education in Iowa

Description: IowaView staff surveyed K-12 public school superintendents and teachers to explore how GIS and remote sensing are used in Iowa classrooms as well as identifying barriers to using these technologies. Staff will discuss highlights from the survey as well as next steps for addressing barriers and promoting greater GIS/RS awareness among teachers and students.

Presenter: Amy Logan, GIS Analyst ISU GIS Facility


Presenter Bio:Amy is a GIS analyst at the ISU GIS Facility. She works on a number of GIS, remote sensing, and social science related projects. She is also the state coordinator for IowaView. Amy is interested in promoting GIS use to Iowa K-12 teachers across Iowa. Amy enjoys observing the changing seasons while walking with friends and family around her neighborhood, creating art with her children, and harvesting vegetables at Mustard Seed Community Farm.

Lunch - Death Star
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Ballroom

Lunch in the Ballroom

ICIT Business Meeting - Razor Crest Room
12:45 pm - 1:30 pm

ICIT Business Meeting

Address Labels: Not Just for Envelopes

Title: Address Labels: Not Just for Envelopes

Workshop Description: In this presentation, learn how to leverage labels and symbology in ArcGIS Pro to assist you in your address editing (and other!) workflows. And, like your mom tried to sneak in your vegetables, we'll sneak in some attribute rules to allow you to have some real-time visual feedback while you are editing.

Presenter: Erin Strickler, Cloudpoint Geospatial


Presenter Bio: Erin Strickler has four years of GIS experiene and is a licensed professional engineer, using her previous decade of experience in the Civil Engineering field to assist utility companies, municipalities, and counties with asset management and data collection projects. She splits her time between helping manage the day-to-day operations of Cloudpoint Geospatial's services and managing a variety of GIS projects. Her other project work includes NG9-1-1 data cleanup and cemetery mapping projects.

Metadata in ArcGIS Online & Portal
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Title: Metadata in ArcGIS Online & Portal

Description: :Metadata, keep reading, is still relevant and even more important when you are publishing services through ESRI ArcGIS Online or Portal. This presentation will present how to best document your services and data through existing ArcGIS Online titles, descriptions, tags, categories and metadata.


Presenters: Patrick Wilke-Brown & Casey Kohrt

Presenter Bio: Casey Kohrt (Iowa DNR) and Patrick Wilke-Brown (Office of the CIO) work for the state of Iowa. Both have been involved in the State of Iowa Clearinghouse and other open data efforts for nearly 20 years. Casey and Patrick facilitated a series of geospatial metadata workshops several years ago to promote the use of the FGDC CSDGM and other data documentation efforts.

Break - Death Star - Sponsored by Neapolitan Labs

AgLand & Farms Demo/Discussion
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Title: GIS Tools for Agricultural Land Valuation
Description: This presentation will focus on the similarities and differences between two software packages for agricultural land valuation: FARMS from The Sidwell Company and Agland from Schneider Geospatial. Both of these software packages are used in conjunction with Esri desktop solutions. The presenters will also give a brief overview of agricultural land valuation in the state of Iowa.

Presenters: Sarah Murphy & Matt Boeck


Presenter Bio: Matt Boeck is the GIS Coordinator for Story County and has been in this position since April of 2006. He was previously the GIS/IT Director for Mahaska County and a GIS Technical Consultant for PMC, ProMap Corporation in Ames. He has a degree in Community and Regional Planning from Iowa State University and has worked with GIS technology for over 24 years. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, making short films, and playing old video games.


Sarah Murphy is the GIS Administrator for Dallas County. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Community and Regional Planning from Iowa State University, and interned for the Iowa DOT during that time. Prior to completing her degree, she realized she had a greater affinity for computers and technology than citizen interaction, and turned her focus within the degree to GIS. Originally hired in 2006 as the GIS Technician responsible for parcel maintenance, her position has since evolved to the Administrator role.

Free Time
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Free time

Food, Drinks, Tours @ The Foundry Distillery - Sponsored by Heartland Business Systems
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

After Hours MeetUp - Millenium Falcon Room
9:00 pm - 12:00 am

Rooms will be open and available for a Free-For-All Meetup. Bring your own games, drinks, snacks, etc., and catch up with fellow ITAG attendees.

IT Track 1 - Razor Crest (Polk Rm)
IT Track 1 - Razor Crest (Polk Rm)
Registration - Mos Eisley Cantina
8:30 am - 10:00 am
Waterfall Atrium

The registration desk is located in the Waterfall Atrium area. Please stop by the registration desk to register for the conference or if you have any questions regarding the conference.

ITAG Welcome - Death Star (Ballroom)

Welcome to 2020 ITAG and announcements in the Ballroom.

Protect and Secure Your Organization with Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security Suite (EMS)
10:30 am - 11:30 am

Title:Protect and Secure Your Organization with Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security Suite (EMS)

Session Description: Learn the most common benefits and options included with EMS licensing including Azure AD Premium, Intune device enrollment and management, mobile device/mobile application management (MDM/MAM), security configuration and licensing configurations including specific examples.

Presenters: Tom Erdely, Office 365 Senior Engineer, Liftoff
Brian Reilly, Office 365 Senior Technologist, Liftoff

State of Iowa Endpoint Detection and Response Services

Title: State of Iowa Endpoint Detection and Response Services

Workshop Description: The State of Iowa, Office of the Chief Information Officer, is deploying a next generation Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) Platform across the State of Iowa. The EDR solution is monitored and managed by Iowa’s 24/7 Security Operations Center. The presentation will provide a synopsis of the effort, an expected timeframe for completion, and a high level overview of the security service enhancements.

Presenters: Jess Flaherty, Daniel O’Neill


Presenters Bio:
Daniel O’Neill is an Information Security Analyst at the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) and operates the State of Iowa’s Vulnerability Management, Vulnerability Assessment, and Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) platforms. Daniel has been with the State of Iowa since June of 2017. Daniel holds a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering with a minor in Information Assurance and Master’s Degree in Cyber Security at Iowa State University.

Jess Flaherty is the Local Government Program Manager at the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) and is charged with leading the outreach to local governments, education institutions, and nonprofits. Jess has worked in state government for over 14 years in a variety of program and project management roles. Jess is a proud Iowa native and resides outside of Murray, on the farm, with her husband and three children.

Lunch - Death Star
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Ballroom

Lunch in the Ballroom

ICIT Business Meeting - Razor Crest Room
12:45 pm - 1:30 pm

ICIT Business Meeting

Cybersecurity in ArcGIS
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Title: Cybersecurity in ArcGIS

Workshop Description: Join us for this workshop on how to keep your ArcGIS content, data, and users safe and secure in an insecure world. We'll examine the various dimensions of web GIS (in ArcGIS Enterprise, ArcGIS Online, and ArcGIS apps), and share best practices to put a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy in place. Along the way, you'll learn concrete steps you can take to secure your organization now, and key considerations to make for the future.

Presenter: Scott MacDonald, Solution Engineer at Esri


Presenter Bio: Scott guides state government agencies across the Midwest in their use of ArcGIS technology to accomplish their goals. He joined the Esri St. Louis office in 2021 after four years on the ArcGIS Enterprise development team in Redlands, Calif. Scott is an experienced geographer with a passion for ecology, and is a proud Mizzou alum and Missouri native.

Marshall County Courthouse Matterport Project

Title: Marshall County Courthouse Matterport Project



Presenter: James Nehring, CIO, Marshall County


Presenter Bio:

Break - Death Star - Sponsored by Neapolitan Labs

Improving the user experience with single sign-on (SSO) and elevating security with a single hybrid cloud authentication including MFA
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Description: After striking a critical blow to the Galactic Empire, General Crix Madine is now concerned that the Rebel Alliance could itself fall victim to one of the same security weaknesses that he had exploited against the Imperials.

As part of the Information Security team for The New Republic, see how we are consolidating users’ authentications into a single hybrid cloud enabled solution using Azure Active Directory (AAD) enabled with multi-factor authentication (MFA). Improve the user experience, elevate security, and consolidate logins across both multiple cloud and on-premises systems. Learn about some exciting new features recently introduced by Microsoft – including new FREE features, passwordless authentication, physical security keys, and Temporary Access Pass.


Presenter: Mark Ziesemer, Information Security, Cloud Architect, Heartland Business Systems

Presenter Bio: Mark is a versatile Information Technology professional with over 15 years of comprehensive experience and an Information Security focus across networking, infrastructure/operations, cloud technologies, and software development. He has regularly been involved in all areas of I.T. from design, engineering, and architecture through operations, support, and training – with emphases in security, high availability, monitoring, performance, quality, automation, standards compliance, and documentation across all efforts – and with a proficiency towards providing enterprise services and solutions.

Free Time
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Free time

Food, Drinks, Tours @ The Foundry Distillery - Sponsored by Heartland Business Systems
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

After Hours MeetUp - Millenium Falcon Room
9:00 pm - 12:00 am

Rooms will be open and available for a Free-For-All Meetup. Bring your own games, drinks, snacks, etc., and catch up with fellow ITAG attendees.

IT Track 2 - Executor (Shelby & Woodbury Rm)
IT Track 2 - Executor (Shelby & Woodbury Rm)
Registration - Mos Eisley Cantina
8:30 am - 10:00 am
Waterfall Atrium

The registration desk is located in the Waterfall Atrium area. Please stop by the registration desk to register for the conference or if you have any questions regarding the conference.

ITAG Welcome - Death Star (Ballroom)

Welcome to 2020 ITAG and announcements in the Ballroom.

Encrypted and Exfiltrated - Navigating the Worst Case Scenario
10:30 am - 11:30 am

Title: Encrypted and Exfiltrated - Navigating the Worst Case Scenario

Presentation Abstract: We recently had the opportunity to assist an organization that found themselves in a situation that nobody wants to. Their network had been infiltrated by bad actors who then exfiltrated approximately 500 GB of PII before encrypting all the machines on their network with ransomware. The exfiltrated data was subsequently released to the dark web where it was located by a cyber security website who wrote an article about it. This situation is just about as bad as you can imagine. Our presentation is a deep-dive case study of what happened, how it happened, how it could have been prevented and how they ultimately recovered, complete with timelines, screenshots from the hackers, info from the ISP/MSSP, and more. The twists and turns in this story are incredible. You don’t want to miss it.

Presenter: Kevin Fuller, President, ThinkGard


Presenter Bio: Kevin is the President of ThinkGard, a data protection company based in Birmingham AL. He has 20+ years of IT experience as well as an MBA which puts him in a unique position to educate and inform IT Professionals and Executives alike on how they can better secure their data from disaster and cyber threats.

State of Iowa Endpoint Detection and Response Services (Razor Crest Room)

Title: State of Iowa Endpoint Detection and Response Services

Workshop Description: The State of Iowa, Office of the Chief Information Officer, is deploying a next generation Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) Platform across the State of Iowa. The EDR solution is monitored and managed by Iowa’s 24/7 Security Operations Center. The presentation will provide a synopsis of the effort, an expected timeframe for completion, and a high level overview of the security service enhancements.

Presenters: Jess Flaherty, Daniel O’Neill


Presenters Bio:
Daniel O’Neill is an Information Security Analyst at the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) and operates the State of Iowa’s Vulnerability Management, Vulnerability Assessment, and Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) platforms. Daniel has been with the State of Iowa since June of 2017. Daniel holds a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering with a minor in Information Assurance and Master’s Degree in Cyber Security at Iowa State University.

Jess Flaherty is the Local Government Program Manager at the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) and is charged with leading the outreach to local governments, education institutions, and nonprofits. Jess has worked in state government for over 14 years in a variety of program and project management roles. Jess is a proud Iowa native and resides outside of Murray, on the farm, with her husband and three children.

Lunch - Death Star
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Ballroom

Lunch in the Ballroom

ICIT Business Meeting - Razor Crest Room
12:45 pm - 1:30 pm

ICIT Business Meeting

Marion County Power BI Sheriff's Website Project
1:30 pm - 2:15 pm

Title: Marion County Power BI Sheriff's Website Project

Presentation Description: Marion County had a desire to get rid of the dependence on the popular 'Mobile Patrol' application for notifying its citizens about who is in jail. They currently use Shieldware and after discussing the project with the HBS PowerApp team they decided to build two different PowerBI apps that pulled data from Shieldware. This is the description of the process, some of the integration uses, some of the challenges and roadblocks, and a demo of the final product to see what is possible with PowerBI.

Presenters: Andrew De Haan and Drew Poggemann


Presenter Bios: Andrew is currently the IT Director for Marion County. Andrew has been in IT Support, Network Engineering, Systems Administration, and IT Project management for over 20 years.

Drew is currently the Director of Solution Architecture at Heartland Business Systems. Drew has been architecting business solutions for the past 25+ years in multiple technologies, verticals, and business domains. A highly certified Microsoft professional with technical focus in the areas of Dynamics 365 and the Microsoft Power Platform, organizes the NEW Power Users Group and recently named a Microsoft Power Apps Community Super User.

NetApp Advanced Replication
2:15 pm - 3:00 pm

Title: NetApp Advanced Replication

Workshop Description:As valuable IT resources are continuing to be reprioritized to meet the ever-changing needs of local and county municipalities. The need for smart capable partners to assist with critical infrastructure actives has never been more critical. HBS and LightEdge have combined to offer a Netapp SnapMirror replication solution into one of the most highly regulated and secure datacenters. Leveraging Heartland Business Systems’ decades of trusted solution designed and LightEdge’s highly compliant datacenter infrastructure, this solution offers unprecedented data reliability within a cost competitive package.

Presenters: Jace Miller, Systems Architect, HBS; Thad Guardado, Solutions Architect, LightEdge; Jesse Everett, Systems Architect, HBS


Presenter Bios: Jace Miller is currently a Systems Architect at Heartland Business Systems. Jace has over 15 years of IT experience in government, and corporate consulting settings. Jace has been leading and managing technical teams and projects in both pre-sales and engineering roles. Jace specializes in virtualization, storage, and Microsoft technologies.

Thad Guardado is currently a Solutions Architect at LightEdge. Thad’s primary focus within LightEdge is to provide Backup, Recovery and DR solutions to LightEdge customers. Thad has 25+ years of experience working in Health Care and Financial services sectors designing and implementing highly available IT Infrastructure.

Jesse Everett is currently a Systems Architect at Heartland Business Systems. Jesse has over 18 years of IT experience spread among DoD, government, corporate finance, and IT consulting settings. Jesse has lead systems engineering projects and played pivotal roles in automation projects. Jesse specializes in datacenter, virtual desktop, storage, and Microsoft technologies.

Break - Death Star - Sponsored by Neapolitan Labs

Veeam Update
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Description: • Backup and Recovery
• Instant Recovery
• Immutable Repository
• Continuous Data Protection
• Replication
Presenter: Dan Christensen, Veeam

Free Time
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Free time

Food, Drinks, Tours @ The Foundry Distillery - Sponsored by Heartland Business Systems
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

After Hours MeetUp - Millenium Falcon Room
9:00 pm - 12:00 am

Rooms will be open and available for a Free-For-All Meetup. Bring your own games, drinks, snacks, etc., and catch up with fellow ITAG attendees.