An application that allows local government leaders to proactively view critical metrics, identify trends, and devise new management strategies.
Python JavaScript HTML ASP CSS
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executive-dashboard (Mature Support)

This executive dashboard repo has been moved to the Mature Support Lifecycle Phase, applications built from this repo are in the Mature Support lifecycle phase.

The Executive Dashboard is a configuration of ArcGIS and JavaScript application used by government leaders to proactively view critical metrics, identify trends, raise questions, and devise new management strategies. It supports community-wide efforts to increase accountability and transparency within government and with the citizens they serve. The Dashboard is a single application that can be deployed by governments and used by decision-makers on a tablet device and desktop PC.

Try the Executive Dashboard for State Government application

Try the Executive Dashboard for Local Government application

Image of Local Government Executive Dashboard application

Image of State Government Executive Dashboard application


  • Review key performance indicators
  • Identify concentrations of activities
  • Review trends
  • Share concerns and collaborate with other decision makers in organization


Start now using Esri-supplied sample services

You can start using the application now by setting it up on a web server running Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) and using sample services supplied by Esri. You'll need to convert to an application in IIS and use the ASP .NET 4.0. application pool.

Start now using your own services

For more information on requirements and publication steps, see State Executive Dashboard or Executive Dashboard help.

Developer Notes

Of interest to the developer is the configuration of the proxy for RSS feeds. If you configure the proxy to require URLs to match those present in the proxy.config file as recommended by Esri, you limit your users to whatever RSS feed URLs are configured. If instead you change mustMatch to "false", you permit your users to select any RSS feed, but there is the possibility that the site might be used by unexpected sources. This is a security tradeoff that you and your organization must decide.


Additional information and sample data are available for the application.

Learn more about Esri's ArcGIS for Local Government maps and apps.

Learn more about Esri's ArcGIS for State Government maps and apps.

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This application uses the 3.11 version of Esri's ArcGIS API for JavaScript; see the site for concepts, samples, and a reference for using the API to create mapping web sites.

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