Wichita, Kan., has contracted with Aurora, Colo.-based Merrick & Co. to take aerial photographs and create contour maps of the city and surrounding areas.
Agoura Hills, Calif., has contracted with San Francisco-based Granicus to broadcast city council and planning commission meetings on the Internet.
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization has purchased publishing software from London-based Limehouse Software on which to create its 2009 Unified Planning Work Program.
Portsmouth, Ohio, has purchased Web-based geographic information system software from San Rafael, Calif.-based Autodesk to make maps and other utility information available to residents online.
Hutchins, Texas, Fire Rescue has purchased records management and mobile data system software from Castle Hayne, N.C.-based VisionAIR.
The Florida Department of Management Services has purchased broadband communication software from San Antonio, Texas-based AT&T that will be used by education, rural health care and non-profit agencies, and state employees.