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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 issues edward johnson director nws strategic planning and policy office nws partners meeting june 29 2011

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?

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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 conclusions1

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 conclusions2

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


Public private partnership issues edward johnson director nws strategic planning and policy office nws partners meeting june 29 2011

Questions?

6/24/2011


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