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Stewarding america s data assets

Stewarding America’s Data Assets

Ronald Matzner

I-Team Coordinator

Arizona GIS Conference

August 6, 2002


What is our vision

What is Our Vision?

  • Geographic Information that Anyone, Anywhere Can Readily Access, Plug In and Use For Any Legitimate Purpose With Confidence That Is Current, Accurate and Nationally Consistent


What did you tell us it will take a community mandate

What Did You Tell Us It Will Take?A Community Mandate

  • Build National Resources From Bottom Up

  • Create Partnerships

  • Get Everyone Around the Table

  • Best Partner Develops and Stewards Data

  • Develop and Implement Consensus Standards and Specifications

  • Share Data Collections

  • Transparency and Accountability

  • Align Roles, Responsibilities and Resources

  • Pool and Leverage Investments


A presidential mandate

A Presidential Mandate

  • President Bush’s Management Reform Agenda

  • A National GIS Strategy is Essential for at Least 2 of his Five Primary Objectives

  • Integrating Management Performance and Budget

  • E-government

    • increase agency productivity

    • eliminate redundancy

    • improve service delivery


How do we get there

How Do We Get There?

  • There is No One Program or Process that Will Get Us There

  • Many States Already Planning and Executing an Enterprise Strategy

  • We Need An Integrated National Enterprise Strategy


An integrated strategy

An Integrated Strategy

Data

Process

Institutional

Institutional

Technical

Political

Financial

3R Alignment

America’s Data


Overcoming barriers

Overcoming Barriers

  • InstitutionalI-Teams

    Mission-critical initiatives dependent on local data

  • TechnicalGeospatial One-Stop

    OGC Interoperability

  • PoliticalCommunity Strategic Initiative

  • FinancialFinancing Solutions


Stewarding america s data assets

THE SUM OF MANY PARTS

NSDI

Web Services

Interoperability

Financing

Political Awareness

Intergovernmental Partnerships


Stewarding america s data assets

NSDI

NSDI

AMERICA’S DATA ASSETS

APPLICATIONS AND USES

Homeland Security E-Gov Business Needs

All Levels of Government & Private Sector

Interoperability Specifications and Web Services

Metadata - Clearinghouse - Standards

Framework, Other A-16 Themes & all Geodata

National Infrastructure (NSDI)

Private, NGO, Academia

Tribal

Federal Agencies

State &

Local

Data from all sources, programs,

procedures and technologies


Gi for america roadmap for design

0- Feasibility

Study Anecdotal Evidence Of Benefits

GI For America:Roadmap for Design

1 - Obtain

Mandate

(Political

Process)

3 - Survey

User

Needs

4 - Analyze

Relationships

-Apps/Data

-Data/Data

-Apps/Apps

2 - Initiate

Design

Process

for National

GIS System

6 -Draft

GIS

Data Model

8 -Public

Review

Process

Data

Model

Accept.

-Redundancy

-Synergy

-Conflicts

7 -Devel.

‘Pilot’/

Prototype

Implement. of

Data Model

9 -Design

System Arch. & Tech. Standards for

Implement.

List/Report

Of Apps/

Problems/

Issues

List of

Existing

Data

(Metadata)

List of

Data Needs

Not

Satisfied

Research/

Report

Findings

Publish on

Metadata

Server

Generic Prototype Apps Demo

5 -Define ‘Generic’

Applications & Functions

Necessary to Support


Gi for america roadmap for design1

GI For America:Roadmap for Design

Data

Model

Accept.

11 -Implementation Plan

-Tasking

-Data Modernization

(Multi-user)

-Technical Infrastructure

-Implementation Org.

-Budget

-Schedule

12 -Cost/

Budget

Analysis

9 -Design

System Arch. & Tech. Standards for

Implement.

10 -Design

Organizational

Governance

Structure

13 -National

GIS Legislation & Mobilization

Of GIS

Community


Overlapping phases

Overlapping Phases

Phase IV

Phase III

Phase II

Phase I


Critical path

Critical Path

  • Phase I

    • Engage State and Local Leaders

    • Engage White House

    • Engage OMB Budget Examiners

  • Phase II (Next 18 Months)

    • Complete Essential Infrastructure Elements

    • Develop Business Case and Cost/Benefit

    • Educate Legislative Branch

    • Engage State Budget Offices

    • Design Enterprise Implementation Plan


Critical path1

Critical Path

  • Phase III

    • Build A Broad Political Coalition

    • Legislate Incentives for Local Governments

    • Address the Geospatial Digital Divide

  • Phase IV

    • Align Roles, Responsibilities and Resources

    • Secure Funding and Financing


Phase ii steps along the path

Phase IISteps Along the Path

  • Technical

    Geospatial One-Stop - a Presidential Initiative to

    Accelerate Implementation of Essential NSDI

    Components Needed to Produce, Steward and

    Access America’s Data Assets


Phase ii steps along the path1

Phase IISteps Along the Path

  • Metadata - Document and Post Existing and Planned Data Activities

  • Core Data Content Models and Standards

  • OGC Translation Schema, Test Beds, and Interoperable Web Services

    • Abstract Features Model in UML to support exchange of data

    • Gazetteer – place names

    • Catalogue services specifications– search and find data

    • Web mapping, and data access

  • Portal


Ogc web feature service

OGC Web Feature Service

WFS

Mission

System A

Web Feature

Browser/

Client Application

translation

utilities

GML

(XML)

Native Format

Mission

System B

WFS

P

B

private

schema

public

schema

transformation

rules


Phase ii steps along the path2

Phase IISteps Along the Path

  • Political

    • Spatial Technology Community Educates and Builds Awareness

    • Develop Alliances with Other Sectors

  • Financial

    • Facilitate 3R Process Among All Levels of Government

    • Match I-Plans and Federal Planned Data Collections

    • Prepare Cost/Benefit Analysis


Phase ii steps along the path3

Phase IISteps Along the Path

  • Institutional

    • I-Teams Producing I-Plans

    • Increased reliance on partnerships to Fulfill Essential National Missions using America’s Data Assets

    • Opportunities for Collaboration

      • National Map

      • Census TIGER Modernization

      • FEMA NFIP and Disaster Mitigation

      • 120 Cities


Develop data coordination strategy

Develop Data Coordination Strategy

  • Local data needed for daily business operations is the same data needed by other jurisdictions and levels of government, as well as for HS and to protect CI

  • National Map, Census TIGER Modernization, FEMA NFIP, and other mission-critical national initiatives need the same data

  • Unprecedented opportunity for collaboration to align roles, responsibilities, and resources

  • Yet, enormous challenge - no forum exists for this


Hsip summit

HSIP Summit

  • Convened by Council for Excellence in Government

  • Sponsored by NIMA and USGS National Map

  • Engage all levels of government

  • Forum for dialogue with potential local partners and their professional organizations

  • NSGIC September 10

  • Leaders Forum September 18

  • FGDC Steering Committee Workshop October 10


Some practical questions

Some Practical Questions

  • What is and who determines best available data?

  • What process will be used to determine which entities should produce, steward, and distribute it?

  • If data doesn’t exist, what resources will there be to produce it?

  • How will the data be kept current?

  • What intergovernmental mechanisms will exist to foster collaboration?

  • What will be the organizational and governance structure?

  • What financial incentives and value exchange would be necessary for local governments to consider it worthwhile to collaborate and share data?


Coordinated local government enterprise

Coordinated Local Government Enterprise

PLANNING

UTILITIES

PUBLIC

WORKS

BUILDINGS

service

Geodata

PARKS & REC

ENVIRONMENTAL

SERVICES

Geodata

service

Rules

ECONOMIC

DEVELOPMENT

Data and

Service

Registries

service

Geodata

Rules

PROPERTY

APPRAISER

Geodata

service

LICENSES

service

Geodata

POLICE

FINANCE

EMERGENCY

SERVICES


Hsip summit1

HSIP Summit

  • Evaluate HSIP draft report

  • Identify State and local needs

  • Assess State and local capacity

  • Identify gaps

  • Prioritize efforts

  • Begin to consider coordination strategy

  • Leverage State and local Data

  • Leverage mission-critical national initiatives


Colorado plateau

Colorado Plateau

  • Colorado Plateau Data Coordination Group proposes an NSDI Demonstration Project

  • Develop a coordination strategy and process enabling National Map, Census, other national missions and CPDCG to align roles, responsibilities and resources for data production, stewardship and distribution across all sectors

  • Start with boundaries layer and extend to other framework layers

  • Provide a functional template for the collaborative process that would apply as well to CI


What is an i team

WHAT IS AN I-TEAM ?

  • A Collaborative Process that Effectively and Efficiently

    • Organizes the Way We Produce and Steward A Portion of America’s Data Assets

    • Helps All Levels of Government Fulfill Their Missions

    • Supports Geospatial One Stop


I teams steward data assets

I-Teams Steward Data Assets

Local

Government

Steward

County

Government

Steward

Steward

Local

Government

I-TEAM

Federal

Agency

Public

Utility

Tribal

Government

Steward

Steward

Academic

Institution


What is an i team1

WHAT IS AN I-TEAM ?

  • Locally Formed, Interdependent

  • Inclusive, Voluntary, Open

  • Expanded from Existing Collaborations

  • Local, State, Federal, Private Sector, Academic

  • Brand Name to Help Build Political Awareness


What do i teams do

What Do I-Teams Do?

  • Address Institutional Barriers

  • Identify most effective ways to collect, maintain and distribute Data

  • Designate data stewards

  • Develop Enterprise Plans (I-Plans) for Data Production and Publication by the Most Appropriate Partner at Accuracy and Scale Needed by Local Jurisdictions


I team role essential and continuing

I-Team Role Essential and Continuing

  • Play Key Role in Geospatial One-Stop

    • Telling Us What You Need for Portal and Standards

    • Developing Consensus for Data Content Models and Standards

  • Work with OGC on Cutting Edge of Technology (Semantic Translators and Exchange Schemas, Web Services)

  • Enable Role, Responsibility, Resource Alignment

  • Provide, Steward, and Export America’s Data Assets


How it all fits together

How It All Fits Together

  • Producers, users steward America’s data assets

  • NSDI - the infrastructure

  • Geospatial One-Stop - a Presidential initiative to complete the infrastructure

  • I-Teams - a process to help produce and steward data

  • National Map, Census Modernization, NILS, MMI - Federal programs using the I-Team process to produce products to fulfill essential national missions

  • The products are available through and become part of the infrastructure.


How it all fits together1

How It All Fits Together

Applications - Homeland Security, E-Gov, Everything Else

NSDI

  • Integrated View

Queries

extract info from diverse sources

Buildings

Roads

Images

Targets

Boundaries

...

Geospatial One Stop

CatalogView

Internet

Gazetteer

Catalog Services

Web Mapping Server, Web Feature Server, Web Coverage Server

Coordinate

Transform

Clearinghouse

Geoparser

Common interfaces enable interoperability

Other

Services

Service

Schema

Registries

  • NASA

Census

MAF/TIGER

National Map

120 Cities

FEMA NFIP

Local

Government

Data

Federal

Government

Data

Other

Collection

Data

Vendor

Data


Omb geospatial information initiative

OMB Geospatial Information Initiative

www.fgdc.gov/I-Team

[email protected]


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