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Case Study: Bay Area Air Quality Management District
Bay Area Air Quality Management District
Air Quality Agency Automates Permitting; Higher Efficiency Leads to Better Air Quality
"With SharePoint Server 2010, we’ll be able to free up time for our key resources to focus on the sources of air pollution that have the most effect on ambient air quality."
- John Chiladakis, Director of Information Services, Bay Area Air Quality Management District
Over the last 55 years, Bay Area Air Quality Management District (the Air District) has closely regulated stationary sources of air pollution in the San Francisco Bay Area. Regulatory oversight for a diverse set of 25,000 businesses has required the Air District to make its business processes smart, efficient, and automated. The Air District is using Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 as the foundation for an automated, online permitting and inspection system that will replace a mainframe computer and manual, paper-based processes. It expects the solution to help it cut permit processing time from 45 days to a matter of minutes for simpler applications. Engineers and inspectors will be able to focus more time on significant sources of pollution and increase the number of inspections they perform annually, and permit applicants will experience less bureaucracy and lower costs.
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