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The Location Intelligence (LI) team is part of the Enterprise Data Management (EDM) group, located under the Chief Technology Officer at the Delaware Department of Technology and Information (DTI).

The Location Intelligence (LI) team consists of 5 staff that support the GIS needs of all state organizations, with dedicated staff for DelDOT and DNREC.

Members of the LI team support the Delaware Geographic Data Committee (DGDC) through participation in quarterly meetings and by serving on DGDC sub-committees including the GIS Day committee, the Delmarva GIS Conference committee, and the Technical Advisory Committee as either chairs or co-chairs of each of these committees.

FirstMap and Beyond

FirstMap Support

FirstMap is the State's Enterprise GIS System that hosts over 1000 different datasets including business data, aerial photography and live data collected in the field. The Location Intelligence (LI) team supports FirstMap by applying regular software patches and upgrades, providing production support for technical issues, and ensuring datasets are kept current.

FirstMap Hub

Beyond FirstMap

The LI team manages the governance and licensing of the Esri Enterprise License Agreement, and the ArcGIS Online organizations for the State, including supporting maps, applications, and other content created by over 800 users.

The Location Intelligence (LI) team provides training and consulting services as well as serves as subject matter experts. The LI team creates data sets, custom applications, and hub sites that do not relate directly to FirstMap.

Hub Sites and Applications


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The Broadband Hub is the go-to source for location information related to Delaware's efforts to connect every Delaware home and business with wired broadband access. Citizens can search an address to see if it has service, and view maps of current broadband coverage.


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The GIS Elections Hub provides Delaware citizens with a list of currently elected Federal and State officials. Additionally, two separate tools are provided to allow Delaware citizens to determine their assigned polling place or the various election, legislative, county, and school board districts at their address.


Delaware GeoEducation is a subcommittee of the Delaware Geographic Data Committee. Delaware GeoEducation seeks to connect educators, students, and industry professionals in order to encourage the use of mapping technologies in Delaware. Check out the Delaware GeoEducation Hub Site for upcoming events, GIS Day materials, or tools and resources for your classroom!