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FGDC and GOS Metadata: Foundations to Build the NSDI. Sharon Shin FGDC Secretariat / Geospatial One-Stop. GOS mission GOS Portal Data Channels GOS Participation Metadata Harvesting Metadata Uploading Metadata Enabling Harvesting Enriched Metadata/GOS.

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    1. FGDC and GOS Metadata:Foundations to Build the NSDI Sharon Shin FGDC Secretariat / Geospatial One-Stop

    2. GOS mission GOS Portal Data Channels GOS Participation Metadata Harvesting Metadata Uploading Metadata Enabling Harvesting Enriched Metadata/GOS GOS Geodata Partnership Opportunities Portal News Agenda

    3. GOS Goal easier, faster and less expensive access to geospatial data • Establish an online portal to geospatial data – with an interactive index to geospatial data holdings at the Federal and non-Federal levels • Develop standards and models to support the exchange of framework datasets to facilitate web services, • Promote partnerships among Federal, state, and local agencies for planned geospatial data collections.

    4. Federal Counties States Cities Tribes Land Cover FGDC Geospatial One Stop Academia • Coordination • Standards/Policy • Training Transportation • Discovery and Access • Common Infrastructure • Harvesting Private Surface Waters Toxic Releases Boundaries The National Map • (Integrated Content) • Seamless Base • Map Products • Framework Focus Elevation Structures Aerial Imagery Geographic Names Leading the Development of Partnerships to Build the NSDI GOS Portal

    5. geodata.gov The Government Portal For Geospatial Access • Metadata Publishing • Documentation and Organization • Discovery and Access …the directory for NSDI

    6. GOS Participation • Publish via metadata: • Geographic datasets • Images • Geoservices • Spatial solutions • Reference material • Events and activities • Geodata Partnership Opportunities • Schedule NSDI node metadata harvesting Login

    7. Data Categories of Featured Metadata Transportation Networks

    8. How do I publish? • Register as a publisher at geodata.gov • Username and password access to records published to geodata.gov

    9. 1. Start registration: Login 2. Register online

    10. 3. Complete user account information 4. Receive e-mail and confirm registration 5. Read and accept publisher agreement

    11. 6. Complete publisher registration Publisher main menu

    12. Update, Delete, Download Publish a New Record via upload, on-line Update, Delete, Upload, History

    13. Next: GOS Metadata Geospatial Data: Downloads- Live Maps, Portals, Web Services • Accessing Existing Metadata • Harvesting Metadata • Uploading Metadata (XML) • Enriching Metadata for GOS

    14. Current Publication Options • Users may contribute metadata one of three ways: • Register their existing XML metadata collection for harvesting into the GOS metadata repository • Upload metadata as FGDC-XML to the geodata.gov site • Enter FGDC metadata into a form at geodata.gov and they are stored and indexed there

    15. Harvesting Metadata • An automated scheduled process for collecting new and updated metadata from a variety of metadata repositories. • Z39.50 metadata clearinghouse node • ArcIMS metadata service • Web Accessible Folder • Open Archive Initiative (OAI) metadata service

    16. Harvesting MetadataHow does it work? • First retrieval- all metadata records with GOS required content are retrieved • Previously harvested repository- only updated metadata retrieved. • Validation • Requires GOS minimum metadata • Uses FGDC metatags for validation • Publishing • All successfully validated metadata is published in geodata.gov.

    17. Originator Date Title Abstract Purpose Time period Progress Maintenance Bounding Box Keywords Harvesting MetadataGOS Required Content: • Information Derived from Registration: • Contact Person or Organization • Address type, Address • Phone number • Email

    18. Harvesting Requirements Z39.50- • Isite • Check version. New release implements Unique ID. • Verify if unique ID has been implemented in each metadata • Once harvested, subsequent harvests checks update date for updated metadata.

    19. Schedule for metadata harvest Publisher main menu

    20. Enabling HarvestingRegister Harvest Site

    21. Harvesting RequirementsISO Standard Keywords • Metadata published and searchable in geodata.gov • Insert ISO theme keyword in new metadata • Use GOS cross-walk table to translate your local keyword(s) to ISO keyword. See GOS registration form.

    22. Enabling HarvestingKeyword Crosswalk

    23. Current Publication Options • Users may contribute metadata one of three ways: • Register their existing metadata collection to be harvested into the GOS metadata repository • Upload metadata as FGDC XML to the geodata.gov site • Enter FGDC metadata into a form at geodata.gov and they are stored and indexed there

    24. Upload XML Metadata If you have access to a metadata editor such as ArcCatalog but do not have a Z39.50 server or ArcIMS Metadata Server you can upload a small set of FGDC metadata to geodata.gov

    25. Current Publication Options • Users may contribute metadata one of three ways: • Register their existing metadata collection to be harvested into the GOS metadata repository • Upload metadata as FGDC XML to the geodata.gov site • Enter FGDC metadata into a form at geodata.gov and they are stored and indexed there

    26. Data Entry Form Those without an implemented metadata tool and anticipate only a few records to be published to geodata.gov may use the online entry form to collect an abbreviated FGDC metadata for hosting at geodata.gov

    27. Data Partnership Discovery Through One-Stop

    28. GeoData Partnership Opportunities (Planned Data Acquisitions)Federal agencies required to post data acquisitions on geospatail-one-stop.gov to encourage data partnership and fiscal responsibility • 2003 Budget threshold- $1,000,000 • 2004 Budget threshold- $500,000 • 2005 Budget threshold- • In “Status” field enter “Planned” Budget information is encouraged but not required.

    29. Portal Statistics Standards, Tools, Resources link, lower left 40 Nodes Harvested 24,000 Portal Publications 1,200 Live Mapping Services Per day 6,000 unique users 16,000 searches Full-text search capability and results ranking Channel steward functionality implementation Implement GOS catalog with local repository (mini-GOS) for metadata loaded thru GOS forms. Map viewer enhancements. Version 2 Portal Requirements public review NOW RFP September Award before end FY GOS Portal for 2004 Now Later

    30. GOS Contacts • Executive Director • Hank Garie • Deputy Director • Donna Scholz DScholz@fgdc.gov • Metadata Coordinator • Sharon Shin Sharon_Shin@fgdc.gov • Portal-Clearinghouse (Harvest) Coordinator- • Doug Nebert dnebert@fgdc.gov • Channel Lead Coordinator- • Bonnie Gallahan bgallahan@fgdc.gov • Program Office • Rob Dollison rdollison@fgdc.gov