Brandt Melick

Brandt Melick

Information Technology Department Director, City of Springfield at City of Springfield (Oregon)

Location
Eugene, Oregon Area
Industry
Government Administration

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Brandt Melick's Overview

Current
  • Information Technology Department Director, City of Springfield at City of Springfield (Oregon)
  • Data Plan Advisory Committee Member at Lane Livability Consortium
  • State Elevation Framework Implementation Team Lead at SPFLD in coordination with DAS GEO
  • Regional Transportation Committee Chair at SPFLD in coordination with RLID
  • Technical Services Division Manager at City of Springfield
  • City Representative, Regional GIS Steering Committee (RLID) at SPFLD in coordination with RLID
Past
  • ORMAP Advisory Committee Member at SPFLD in coordination with Oregon DOR
  • GIS Program Supervisor at City of Springfield
  • Regional Taxlot Committee Chair at SPFLD in coordination with RLID
Education
  • Univerity of Oregon
Connections

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Brandt Melick's Experience

Information Technology Department Director, City of Springfield

City of Springfield (Oregon)

Government Agency; 201-500 employees; Government Administration industry

August 2014Present (2 months) Springfield, Oregon

The Information Technology Director performs duties planning, organizing and directing all information technology personnel, projects, processes, infrastructure, and systems, including telecommunications. Directs, plans, coordinates, and evaluates the operations of the IT Department in providing automated systems support to department users, in responding to service requests, and in developing new and upgrades approaches and solutions to information services needs; develops and administers the department budget; serves on the City Executive Team; researches, analyzes, and evaluates technology issues and developments; develops and administers contracts for automated systems services; reviews the work of contractors; advises the Management Team and individual departments on hardware and software acquisitions; coordinates with department users to define problems and develop automated system solutions; represents the City at the local, regional, and State level, by sharing automated systems technology, resources, and data. Performs related duties as assigned.

Data Plan Advisory Committee Member

Lane Livability Consortium

September 2013Present (1 year 1 month) Springfield Eugene Metro Area

State Elevation Framework Implementation Team Lead

SPFLD in coordination with DAS GEO

September 2010Present (4 years 1 month)

Regional Transportation Committee Chair

SPFLD in coordination with RLID

February 2010Present (4 years 8 months)

Technical Services Division Manager

City of Springfield

Government Agency; 201-500 employees; Government Administration industry

October 2009Present (5 years)

Administer the City's Geomatics, Integrated Facility Management/Asset Management Systems, and the City’s integrated CAD and GIS functions. Also perform geographic information officer duties in coordination with local, regional, state and federal agencies.

City Representative, Regional GIS Steering Committee (RLID)

SPFLD in coordination with RLID

January 1999Present (15 years 9 months)

ORMAP Advisory Committee Member

SPFLD in coordination with Oregon DOR

January 2002April 2010 (8 years 4 months)

GIS Program Supervisor

City of Springfield

Government Agency; 201-500 employees; Government Administration industry

January 2002October 2009 (7 years 10 months)

Regional Taxlot Committee Chair

SPFLD in coordination with RLID

January 2000January 2009 (9 years 1 month)

GIS Coordinator

City of Springfield

Government Agency; 201-500 employees; Government Administration industry

January 1994December 2001 (8 years)

Brandt Melick's Skills & Expertise

  1. GIS
  2. Geomatics
  3. Project Management
  4. Cartography
  5. CAD
  6. Government
  7. ESRI
  8. Remote Sensing
  9. Spatial Analysis
  10. Management
  11. Policy
  12. AutoCAD
  13. ArcGIS
  14. Data Analysis
  15. Local Government
  16. Land Use Planning
  17. Analysis
  18. Program Management
  19. Urban Planning
  20. Sustainability
  21. Zoning
  22. Economic Development
  23. City Management
  24. Project Planning
  25. Geospatial Intelligence

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Brandt Melick's Projects

  • NASA World Wind: Collaborative OSS LiDAR Development

    • October 2010 to Present
    Team Members: Brandt Melick, patrick.hogan@nasa.gov, tom@tomgaskins.com, miller@ittc.ku.edu

    Collaborative open source software development project involving local, state and federal governments, small emerging businesses, universities, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and others. Development efforts focused on advancing open source software, sharing OGC compliant web services, and conforming to data standards, e.g., ASPRS, OGC, etc.

  • Asset Management System Replacement Project

    • November 2011 to June 2014
    Team Members: Brandt Melick

    Asset Management System Replacement Project - a Development and Public Works asset management system and spatial technologies modernization project involving replacement of hardware, replacement of software and migration of data.

    Project hardware encompasses new Dell application and Oracle Database Appliance (ODA) technology across exiting LAN. Software technologies include Autodesk Map 3D, Autodesk Infrastructure Map Server, Autodesk Design Suite, ESRI ArcGIS, ESRI ArcServer, Oracle Database Enterprise Edition, Oracle Spatial and Graph, and Infor Public Sector (IPS). Data holdings incorporate street, storm-water and wastewater assets, related work order and inspection history, and several siloed data sets. Application interface conceived in the base budget includes integration between GIS and IPS. Application interfaces added as change orders during the project include an interface with regional land information system for address and parcel information and an interface with city human resource application for employee and wage information.

    Of three phases, the first two will be completed months ahead of schedule and twenty-two percent under budget. As a result, an additional change order to aid personnel process change (adaptation to new systems) and the third phase to integrate transportation appurtenances, e.g. street lighting, striping, signage, ADA access, multi-modal routes, etc., will be funded within the original amount Council approved for phase one and phase two. All three phases aid the Development and Public Works Department with planning, designing, constructing, inspecting, operating, maintaining and extending the useful life of community assets.

  • Lane Livability Consortium, Data Action Plan

    • September 2013 to Present
    Team Members: Brandt Melick

    Data Plan Advisory Committee Member
    Purpose of the committee is to develop a Data Action Plan, an inventory framework for commonly sought after regional data (spatial and otherwise) to facilitate collection, normalization and distribution. Efforts recognize interdependencies between local, regional, and county government agencies, nonprofits, and other institutions working on housing, economic development, transportation, community health, and equity issues in our region.

Brandt Melick's Education

Univerity of Oregon

Master's degree, Urban and Regional Planning

19891991

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