May 14
Duration: 1 hour

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Duration: 1 hour

Localities across the country struggle to more effectively maintain aging infrastructure with fewer resources, and in the face of increasing demand.  The City of Westminster, Colorado’s innovative water infrastructure asset management solution has yielded real, measurable results. In the year after they implemented their new asset management solution, the City experienced zero sanitary sewer overflows, reduced water main breaks by 77% and improved customer response times.

Join Government Technology, and the City of Westminster to hear how these changes enabled them to:

  •     Eliminate maintenance-related sanitary sewer overflows
  •     Reduce water main breaks from 163 annually to 38 in 2013
  •     Complete manhole inspection reports 10 times faster using mobile devices

Kevin Belden
Senior Fellow
Center for Digital Government
Former CIO and Deputy Comptroller
NYS Office of State Comptroller

Keith Alvis
Maintenance Management System Coordinator
City of Westminster
Public Works & Utilities

Bill Jeffrey
GIS Specialist
City of Westminster
Public Works & Utilities

Brian Wienke
Principal Product Manager

For questions or more information, contact:
Lee Vang
Government Technology
800.940.6039 ext. 1407

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