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Future Directions Strategy. Steering Committee Meeting Ivan B. DeLoatch, Acting Staff Director June 6, 2003. Future Directions Strategy. Update on Activities Next Steps. Future Directions Strategy. Introduced at October 9, 2002 Steering Committee Meeting
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Steering Committee Meeting
Ivan B. DeLoatch, Acting Staff Director
June 6, 2003
Introduced at October 9, 2002 Steering Committee Meeting
- Recognized the Successes Over the Pass Decade
Partnerships/Communication and Outreach
Launched Geospatial One Stop
Opportunity to Evaluate and Conduct Strategic Thinking to Address the….
- Implementation of Revised OMB Circular A-16
E-Gov Act 2002-Section 216 (Geospatial Information)
Importance of Geospatial Data for Decision-making
Concerns of Stakeholders for the Various Federal Geo Initiatives
Activities to Date
Comprised a List of Participating Representatives
HUD, EPA, NASA, HHS, COE, DOJ
Activities to Date cont.
Conducted Two Facilitated Sessions with Focus Group of Senior Managers and Advisors – April and June 2003
Conducted Two Facilitated Sessions with Stakeholders Groups
- National States Geographic Information Council (NSGIC)
Midyear Meeting - March 2003
- Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA)
Summit to Promote National Data Partnerships and Collaboration - May 2003
Improve FGDC Coordination
Strengthen Communication with Stakeholders
Address the Implementation of Revised OMB Circular A-16
Maximize Funding Opportunities
Leverage Geospatial One Stop and the Homeland Security Business Case
What are the core values and purpose for the FGDC?
How do we develop the trust necessary for interagency coordination?
How do we institutionalize coordination? How do implement solutions across boundaries?
How can we more effectively invest our resources?
What are the FGDC responsibilities from the E-Gov Act 2002?
What are the critical policy considerations on the horizon for the FGDC?
Some Key Components
Governance and Organizing Principles
Federal Enterprise Architecture
Lines of Business
Performance Goals and Measures
To Drive Technology
To Conduct Capacity Building
- Develop a Organizational Framework for the Process
Establish a Planning Workgroup
To develop a project plan with goals, objectives, timelines, communication strategy, and products
- Establish a Consultation (Validation) Group of Senior Managers
to provide periodic feedback
Goal is to have a Course of Action Supported by Stakeholders
Series of actions and steps to enhance and guide the FGDC