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NSDI Future Directions Initiative Towards a National Geospatial Strategy and Implementation Plan. Ivan B. DeLoatch FGDC Staff Director. Acknowledgements. Future Directions Planning Team Coordination Group Members Various Partner Organizations Writing Team. Future Directions Initiative.

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Nsdi future directions initiative towards a national geospatial strategy and implementation plan

NSDI Future Directions InitiativeTowards a National Geospatial Strategy and Implementation Plan

Ivan B. DeLoatch

FGDC Staff Director


Acknowledgements
Acknowledgements

  • Future Directions Planning Team

  • Coordination Group Members

  • Various Partner Organizations

  • Writing Team


Future directions initiative
Future Directions Initiative

  • Purpose: Draft a National Geospatial Strategy for the further development of the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI)

  • Product: A Plan of Action for the FGDC and the geospatial community


Drivers
Drivers

  • Revised OMB Circular A-16 (2002)

  • E-Government Act 2002 (Section 216)

  • President’s Management Agenda

  • Proposed Legislation

  • GAO Reports


Background
Background

  • 1993-1995: NRC Reports suggest creation of the NSDI

  • 1994: First strategic plan for NSDI

  • 1994: EO 12906

  • 1997: Strategic Plan updated

  • 2000: Design Study Team Report


Project milestones
Project Milestones

  • Framed Project & Organized Team

  • Conducted Activities & Collected Data

  • Drafted & Finalized Report

  • Drafted Action Plans to Support Implementation of Goals

  • Report Results to Steering Committee


Methodologies
Methodologies

  • Focus Groups & Forums

  • Interviews

  • Workshops

  • Visioning Sessions

  • Document Preparation & Review


Consistent Messages

  • Define national goals

  • Improve FGDC coordination

  • Redefine the structure of the FGDC

  • Make framework real

  • Support implementation with training and education

  • Implement revised OMB Circular A-16

  • Leverage resources through partnerships

  • Define relationship among FGDC, The National Map andGOS


Action areas
Action Areas

  • Forging Partnerships with Purpose

  • Making Framework Real

  • Communicating the Message

    A geospatial strategy for the nation


Forging partnerships with purpose
Forging Partnerships With Purpose

Goal:

  • By 2010, a governance structure that includes representatives of all stakeholder groups guides the development of the NSDI.


Objectives
Objectives

  • By 2005, options for restructuring the FGDC to make it more effective and inclusive are identified, evaluated and acted upon.

  • By 2005, agreements are in place to facilitate participation of the private sector and utility industry in building the NSDI.

  • By 2007, twenty tribes are engaged and contributing to the development of the NSDI.

  • By 2007, over fifty state/territory coordinating councils are in place and routinely contributing to the governance of the NSDI.

  • By 2008, ten non-geospatial national organizations are engaged in and contributing to the NSDI.


Making framework real
Making Framework Real

Goal:

  • By 2010, nationally coordinated programs that include collection, documentation, access, and utilization of data are in place for generating the framework data themes.


Objectives1
Objectives

  • By 2005, American National Standards (ANS) for framework data themes are approved, adopted, and implemented.

  • By 2006, FGDC member organizations use FGDCaccepted metadata standards and publish to the Geospatial One-Stop portal.

  • By 2006, consensus-based standards and Web protocols for access to framework data are adopted and used by Federal, state and local agencies.

  • By 2007, 50 percent of the 133 urban areas have data for all framework themes.

  • By 2008, American National Standards (ANS) for additional data themes of national significance as identified in revised OMB Circular A-16 are adopted by Federal departments and independent agencies.


Communicating the message
Communicating the Message

Goal:

  • By 2010, the NSDI is recognized across the nation as the primary mechanism for assuring access to reliable geospatial data.


Objectives2
Objectives

  • By 2005, a comprehensive business case that demonstrates the value of geographic data to government, business and academia is compiled and articulated.

  • By 2005, a strategic communications plan is developed and implemented.

  • By 2006, training and education programs are in place to support implementation of framework standards and national initiatives to develop the NSDI.


Fgdc next steps
FGDC Next Steps

Mobilize for Implementation

  • Select Action Teams

  • Develop Project Plans

  • Develop Monitoring System


Steering committee actions
Steering Committee Actions

  • Endorse goals and objectives as outlined for a national geospatial strategy.

  • Renew the commitment of departments and independent agencies to coordinate geospatial activities and resources.



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