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ESRI announces date for 2007 ESRI Federal User Conference

Redlands, California, USA, 11 December 2006 – ESRI has announced that the 2007 Federal User Conference (FedUC) will be held from January 9 to 11, 2007, at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.

Conference attendees will gain insights into the latest GIS software and solutions for unique federal problems. Discussion and demonstrations will address how GIS is used to improve coordination and information sharing, reduce costs, increase productivity, and enhance decision making.

Attendees at FedUC will include federal government professionals from disciplines such as defense, demographics, law enforcement, and health. State and local government professionals are also encouraged to attend. GIS users at all levels of government can take advantage of this opportunity to learn how GIS is utilized throughout the nation and build strong networks for improved problem solving. For additional information and to register, visit www.esri.com/feduc.