State Agency P2P Network

The Internet of Water’s State Agency Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Network is

a community of practice designed to connect members

from across the nation who are working on modernizing

their agency’s water data infrastructure.

Are you an active employee of a state, local, or tribal agency?

Come join us!

Register Here
Webinars

A Webinar series, designed based upon the needs and most pressing water data questions facing P2P participants, will feature state agency and industry experts on water data.

Spotlights

Monthly Spotlights on P2P participants will feature how their agency approaches the challenges of modernizing their water data infrastructure.

Forum

An open Forum will allow P2P participants to post specific questions and give feedback to others in the network.

Directory

A professional Directory of P2P participants will enable members to communicate directly with one another on shared interests.

State Agency P2P Spotlight

Meet Adel Abdallah

Adel is the Water Data Exchange Program Manager for the Western States Water Council. In this spotlight Adel talks about keeping up with the pace of technology and the importance of developing strong partnerships.

P2P Forum

The State Agency P2P Forum is a public space for members of the P2P Network post questions and receive feedback on their most pressing water data questions. The Forum is open to all active state, local, and tribal agency employees. Please register for the State Agency P2P Network at the link above to become a member and be granted access to post on the Forum! If you are not an active employee of a state, local or tribal agency, but wish to view the Forum, you can also do so below.

P2P Network Directory

A professional directory of State Agency Peer-to-Peer Network members to enable members to communicate directly with one another on shared interests. Submit your information or access the directory here! 

 

 

P2P Webinar Series

The State Agency Peer-to-Peer Network will sponsor quarterly webinars on topics specific to the needs of state, local, and tribal agency members.