Evari GIS has configured a system to provide streamline communication and payment on a $23 Million project to replace approximately 40,000 cobra head streetlights across the City of San Diego. Evari is partnering with a local electrical contractor, Southern Contracting, to facilitate this conversion. Evari is responsible for maintaining and updating the vast GIS dataset (which "lives" in the cloud) for the whole project. Workcrews have access to a dynamic map on iPad and can change the status of the light, write a freehand note and/or change other data associated with the light. This data is also shared via a read-only website. This enables management from the contractor and the City to have a management tool, oversight and transparency as the project progresses, in real time. The server is a virtual machine on the Amazon Cloud using ArcGIS Server 10. Evari GIS created much of the original data using aerial photo interpretation techniques and reconciling lists from the City and San Diego Gas and Electric in order to meet criteria for an energy efficiency rebate. Evari is also deeply involved in submitting lists of completed lights to the City for payment.