Brock’s User Group or “BUGS” is intended to provide a platform in which the FPS community can share and obtain information regarding the implementation, limitations, successes, and questions surrounding the day-to-day use of FPS. This is intended to be an interactive process with the expectation that interested participants will be prepared to communicate difficulties encountered as well as solutions developed in their user experience within a supportive network of FPS users. Brock’s User Group will take place quarterly.

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June 21, 2022
FBRI is inviting interested participants to join Brock’s User Group hosted by Brock Purvis (Technical Support) on June 21, 2022 from 9:00 – 10:00am PST. No registration is necessary. The Zoom link will be sent to all FBRI members or use the link above to sign up for FPS User Group notifications.

Brock’s User Group or “BUGS” is intended to provide a platform in which the FPS community can share and obtain information regarding the implementation, limitations, successes, and questions surrounding the day-to-day use of FPS. This is intended to be an interactive process with the expectation that interested participants will be prepared to communicate difficulties encountered as well as solutions developed in their user experience within a supportive network of FPS users.

The featured topic for the June 21 session will be the linkage between ESRI’s ArcPro and FPS, which was a significant talking point in the last BUGS discussion. Additionally, the June session will include time to seek input from the participants on what issues/difficulties they are currently facing, if any participant has encountered the same issue and what steps were taken to work through the process. Participants will also be asked for ideas regarding additional FPS documentation including written, training webinars, and instructional videos.


March 8, 2022
The first session of Brock’s User Group took place March 8, 2022. In an effort to better understand and address the challenges facing the FPS user community and provide a platform to discuss solutions to common issues, FBRI is inviting all interested participants to join in a first of its kind FPS user group, hosted by Brock Purvis (Technical Support).

The featured topic for the initial session focused on the recommended FPS configuration and will highlight the mix of FPS programs that we are recommending at this time. Additionally, this session will include some time to seek input from the participants on what issues/difficulties they are currently facing, if any participant has encountered the same issue and what steps were taken to work through the process. Participants will also be asked to provide feedback on the timeliness of response from Technical Support following support requests, and ideas for additional FPS documentation including written, training webinars, and instructional videos. The recording of the March 8th session can be viewed below.