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Public Private Partnership Issues Edward Johnson Director, NWS Strategic Planning and Policy Office NWS Partners Meeting June 29, 2011. Current Activities / Issues. Five-year review of NOAA Partnership Policy by NOAA Science Advisory Board (Environmental Information Services Working Group)

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Public Private Partnership IssuesEdward JohnsonDirector, NWS Strategic Planning and Policy OfficeNWS Partners MeetingJune 29, 2011

current activities issues
Current Activities / Issues
  • Five-year review of NOAA Partnership Policy by NOAA Science Advisory Board (Environmental Information Services Working Group)
  • Community interest in future of climate services
  • NWS attention to dissemination, including yesterday’s session on wireless (more below)
    • Note: Partnership Policy applies to content AND methods of delivery
  • Expectation of growing diversity in observing systems, e.g. National Network of Networks

6/24/2011

nws forum on wireless weather services
NWS Forum on Wireless Weather Services
  • Held June 28, 2011
  • Goal
    • Engage weather enterprise (government, private sector, academia) and core partners (e.g., emergency managers) in discussions on how best to provide wireless environmental information services.
    • Solicit feedback on most appropriate role for NWS in providing wireless weather services.
    • Not a “decision meeting”

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NWS Forum on Wireless Weather Services
  • Discussion areas
    • 1: How can the weather enterprise (government, private sector, academia) best serve the needs of NWS core partners?
    • 2: How can the weather enterprise best serve the needs of general public/national economy?
    • 3: What do service providers need from NWS to support development of comprehensive wireless weather services?

6/24/2011

summary issues conclusions
Summary Issues/Conclusions
  • Standardization of NWS data/products is critical
  • Combination of (1) IPAWS/CMAS for government-sponsored weather alerts to general public and (2) mobile weather services available from commercial providers is a powerful combination in meeting the needs of the general public

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Summary Issues/Conclusions
  • There is general recognition that NWS does have a special interest in serving “core partners,” however –
    • More clarity regarding NWS definition of “core partner” is needed
    • NWS commitment to meet needs of core partners is understood, but should recognize that core partners also use commercially available services

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Summary Issues/Conclusions
  • Issues relating to assuring the quality of mobile weather services
    • Guaranteed delivery of alerts
    • Establishing qualifications of suppliers and identifying qualified suppliers
  • Emerging issues
    • Patents
    • Weather information to automobiles vs. distracted driving

6/24/2011

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6/24/2011

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