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E-Government Initiative. Geospatial Information One-Stop FGDC Coordination Group January 10, 2002 John Moeller. Geospatial One-Stop. Project outline: Develop and implement Framework Data standards Inventory, document and publish Framework data holding in NSDI Clearinghouse

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E government initiative

E-Government Initiative

Geospatial Information One-Stop

FGDC Coordination Group

January 10, 2002

John Moeller


Geospatial one stop

Geospatial One-Stop

  • Project outline:

    • Develop and implement Framework Data standards

    • Inventory, document and publish Framework data holding in NSDI Clearinghouse

    • Publish metadata for planned data acquisition and update for Framework data

    • Prototype and deploy enhanced data access and web mapping services for Federal Framework data

    • Establish comprehensive Federal Portal as a logical extension to the NSDI Clearinghouse Network


E government initiative

Current Model

Data User

Data User

Data Use

r

Data Use

r

Data User

Data User

Data User

NSDI

Gateway

Portal

Portal

Portal

Data Producer

Data Producer

Portal

Data Producer

Data Producer

Data Producer

Data Producer


E government initiative

Other standards-

based portals

Future Model

Federal Users

Civilian Users

National Policy

Tribal Users

Makers

Commercial Users

State Users

Local Users

DoD Users

International Users

NSDI

One-Stop

Portal

State Governments

Civilian Sector

Local Governments

Commercial Sector

Tribal Governments

DoD

Federal Government


Geospatial one stop1

Geospatial One-Stop

  • Schedule:

    • Oct 25 Initiatives announced

    • Oct 30 FGDC and DOI convened a small writing team

    • Nov 6Briefing for FGDC Coordination Group

    • Nov 7Draft to DOI - Scott Cameron

    • Nov 13Draft to OMB

    • Mid Nov Draft distributed to Coordination Group and Stakeholders

    • Dec 10Revised Draft to DOI and OMB

    • Dec 20 & Jan 10 E-Gov Program Managers Meetings with OMB

    • Early 2002Anticipated Start date

    • Fall 2003Anticipated Completion of Geospatial Information One Stop Tasks


Geospatial one stop2

Geospatial One-Stop

  • What Are Agencies Asked To Do

    • Support the Initiative

    • Provide In-Kind Support for Standards Development

      • Theme Managers

      • Outreach

      • Support to Standards Working Group

      • Documentation of Existing Data and Plans

      • Network of Liaisons to support Initiative

      • Support to Project Management Team

    • Funding support

      • Web Mapping and Interoperability

      • Portal

      • Replication Services

      • Modeling and Facilitation


Scope framework layers

Scope: Framework Layers

  • Elevation

  • Orthoimagery

  • Hydrographic Data

  • Administrative Boundaries

  • Transportation Networks

  • Cadastre

  • Geodetic Control


Module 1 standards development and cost benefit analysis

Module 1Standards Development and Cost Benefit Analysis

  • Tasks:Lead:

    • Requirements analysis (1a)FGDC Staff

    • OMB BDR (1b)OMB/FGDC

    • Cost Benefit FGDC Staff

      • Draft B/C (1c)

      • Final B/C (1d)

    • Standards Development for 7 Framework Themes ( Working Draft (1e), Committee Draft (1f), Final Draft (1g), and Endorsed Standards (1h))

      • ElevationUSGS

      • OrthoimageryUSGS

      • Hydrographic DataUSGS

      • Administrative BoundariesCensus

      • Transportation NetworksDOT

      • CadastralBLM

      • Geodetic ControlNOAA/NGS


Module 1 standards development and cost benefit analysis1

Module 1Standards Development and Cost Benefit Analysis

  • TimelinesDuration

    • Requirements analysis30 days

    • OMB BDR150 days

    • Cost Benefit270 days

      • Draft - 210 days

      • Final - 60 days

    • Standards Development for 7 Framework Themes525 days

      • Working Draft - 240 days

      • Committee Draft - 120 days

      • Final Draft - 120 days

      • Endorsed Standard - 45 days


Module 1 standards development and cost benefit analysis2

Module 1Standards Development and Cost Benefit Analysis

  • Performance Goals

    • Requirements analysis

      • Goal: Common requirements and business needs for Framework Data content nationally

    • OMB BDR

      • Goal: Completion of an OMB Data Call for identification of Federal Agency expenditures and outputs for collection and use of Framework categories of data

    • Cost Benefit

      • Goal: Completion of a Cost Benefit analysis of the value of commonly shared spatial data infrastructure and standards and tools that support integrated use of this data (Should this be for NSDI in total or for Framwlework?)

    • Standards Development for 7 Framework Themes

      • Goal: Standards for Framework layers are completed and deployed using a common modeling approach


Module 2 inventory and document existing framework data

Module 2Inventory and Document Existing Framework Data

  • Tasks:

    • Complete an inventory and document Agency Framework Data holdings using FGDC Metadata Standard and publish the Metadata in the NSDI Clearinghouse (2)

      • Lead: Each Agency for its own data

  • Timelines

    • Inventory, Document and Publish150 days

  • Performance Goals

    • Invnetory, Document and Publish

      • Goal: All Framework data has completed Metada which is accessible and searchable in the NSDI Clearinghouse


Module 3 inventory and document planned data collection activities

Module 3Inventory and Document Planned Data Collection Activities

  • Tasks:

    • Complete an inventory and document all planned Agency Framework Data collection activities using FGDC Metadata Standard and publish the Metadata in the NSDI Clearinghouse (3)

      • Lead: Each Agency for its own data

  • Timelines

    • Inventory, Document and Publish210 days

  • Performance Goals

    • Inventory, Document and Publish

      • Goal: All planned data collection activities for Framework data are documented and the completed Metada is accessible and searchable in the NSDI Clearinghouse


Module 4 interoperable webmapping and clearinghouse services

Module 4Interoperable WebMapping and Clearinghouse Services

  • Tasks: Lead:

    • Develop Interoperability Tools (4a) GAI WG, FGDC, OGC

    • Web Mapping and Data Access specs (4b) GAI WG, FGDC, OGC

    • Prototype Services Integration (4c) GAI WG, FGDC, OGC

  • Timelines:690 days

    • Develop Interoperability Tools 390 days

    • Web Mapping and Data Access specifications 240 days

    • Prototype Services Integration 60 days

  • Performance Goals

    • Requirements analysis

      • Goal: Prototype and deploy standards-based data access and web mapping services for Federal Framework data


Module 5 agency deployment of commercial grade portal services

Module 5Agency Deployment of Commercial-grade Portal services

  • Tasks: Install and deploy reusable, commercial grade data access and service capability for the Geospatial One Stop Portal (5)

    • Lead: Each agency and FGDC Staff for its own distributed node of the Portal

  • Timelines: 120 days

  • Performance Goals

    • Goal: Establish comprehensive Federal Portal as a logical extension to the NSDI Clearinghouse Network


Geospatial one stop3

Geospatial One-Stop

  • Anticipated Next Steps

    • FGDC Steering Committee Meeting Discussion

    • Agency Commitments for Task Accomplishment and Resources

    • Establish Project Team

    • Begin Kick-off Meetings


Geospatial one stop4

Geospatial One-Stop

  • Support and Commitments

    • Provide Agency, Contractor or In-Kind Support

      • Standards Development Theme Managers

      • Standards development participation

      • Outreach

      • Support to Standards Working Group

      • Documentation of Existing Data and Plans

      • Network of Liaisons to support Initiative

      • Support to Project Management Team

    • Funding support (combination of within Agency, For Specifications and Prototyping, and for common pool of support)

      • Web Mapping and Interoperability

      • Portal

      • Replication Services

      • Modeling and Facilitation


Template for identification of agency resource commitments

Template for Identification of Agency Resource Commitments

  • Agency Contact for Geospatial One Stop: (List Name and contact information)

  • Modules/Task Listing

    • Module 1:

      • Task and Funding Level: (List Task and level of commitment)

      • What: (Type of work of skill such as Standards Development Leader, Data Modeling support, Outreach etc.):

      • How: (Within Agency, Contractor, Detail, $ contributed to a common pool)

      • Who: (Name of person(s) or contractor)

    • Same format for Modules 2, 3, 4, 5:


Geospatial one stop5

Geospatial One-Stop

  • Project Management Team

    • Will consist of personnel who are working full time or substantially on Geospatial One-Stop Initiative

    • Will be virtual team with the possibility of a core set of people who work at a common location

    • Will be responsible for leading various modules and work tasks of Geospatial One-Stop and for overall project support

  • Project Management Team Composition

    • FGDC Staff Personnel - Staff Director, Clearinghouse, Framework, Standards, BDR, OMB Initiatives Coordination

    • Framework Standards Team Leaders

    • Other personnel who either lead components of the Initiative or who provide Management or support for the Initiative


Generalized modeling approach

Generalized Modeling Approach

Universe of Discourse

(each of 7 communities)

Conceptual

Model

Feature Model in UML

expert intervention

Conceptual Model using

ISO 19118/19103 objects in UML

Application

Schema

UML-XML encoding transform

Common Community Data

Transfer Schema in XML

Data Transfer

Schema

XML validation

Encoded Feature Data


Possible interactions with ogc

Possible Interactions With OGC

  • Participation in development of FGDC Data Content Standards documents?

  • How should abstract UML models be developed for each theme in conformance with 19109 Rules for Application Schema?

  • Exactly how can feature-based UML data content models be cast into standard XML documents based on a single theme Schema for exchange? Use of 19118 and GML ?.?


Possible interactions with ogc1

Possible Interactions With OGC

  • How can legacy data stores be exported into a different Core data content model and defined XML encoding?

  • Are schema transformations from ‘private’ to ‘public’ schemas feasible, and where/when should such transformations take place?

  • Can commercial-grade, high-throughput Web Feature Services be demonstrated and deployed for all seven Framework data themes within 12-18 months?


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