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Authoritative Source for Location. Lora Muchmore Director ODUSD(I&E) Business Enterprise Integration Directorate January 29, 2008. Where am I?. What’s around me ?. Location Defined. Where’s my stuff?. Absolute versus Relative. Challenges Today.

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authoritative source for location

Authoritative Source for Location

Lora Muchmore



Business Enterprise Integration Directorate

January 29, 2008

location defined

Where am I?

What’s around me?

Location Defined

Where’s my stuff?

Absolute versus Relative

challenges today
Challenges Today
  • Association of people and equipment to location
  • Many different sources of location data/standards
    • GEOLOCs
    • DoDAACs
    • Installation Codes
    • DMDC location codes
    • UICS
  • Data integration
    • Accuracy problems
    • Costly
    • Timely
policy drivers for change
Policy Drivers for Change
  • DoDD 8320.2, Data Sharing in a Net-Centric Environment, December 2, 2004

“Data interoperability shall be supported by making data assets understandable and by enabling business and mission processes to be reused where possible.”

  • USD AT&L, Policy for Unique Identification (UID) of Real Property Sites and Assets, May 11, 2005

“Real Property UID will enable real property data linkage across business mission areas to achieve the AT&L vision of linking real property, personal property, and people – any place, any time, any where.”

  • DoDD 8320.03, Unique Identification (UID) Standards for a Net-Centric Department of Defense, March 23, 2007
    • “Develop and promulgate policy guidance for defining, implementing, and maintaining location UID standards…”

Site UID Creation Site UID Creation

Context: UID—Integrated Situational Awareness of People, Places and Things

Today -- No UIDs

To Be State -- UIDs

No integrated planning view

Integrated planning view

  • Requirement: Capability to integrate force structure planning for identifying and constituting deployable combined force modules.
    • Who is available?
    • With what equipment?
    • Where are they now?
    • How long can we support them?

People, things and property related to force structure.

Deployment and constitution options can be continuously evaluated.

Required items identified, pre-positioned and tracked with RFID.

People and things can be identified to sites and facilities for rapid deployment response.

RFID Tracking


Questions answered

to be uid environment
To Be UID Environment

Enterprise Visibility




Acq Program





Ad Hoc











Property (AT&L)

People (P&R)

Real Property

Personal Property

















Installation and Site Relationship

  • Installation
  • Composed of one or more sites
  • Managed by a single Service
  • Site
  • Composed of one or more Land Parcels and/or Facilities
  • Over 8,000 sites worldwide (and probably much greater)

Site A

Site B

Site ..

  • Asset
  • Either individual facility (e.g., building, structure, linear structure)or land parcel
  • Over 577K facilities on over 29M acres
  • Approximately 2.38B square feet of building space
solution site uid
Real Property Site Unique Identifier (RPSUID): A non-intelligent code used to permanently and uniquely identify a DoD real property site.

Real Property Unique Identifier Registry

Web services interface

FOC for Sites: June 2007

Over 8000 sites associated to almost 200 installations

Data Collection:

$1.6M contract to digitize Real Estate Summary maps at the Service repositories

Site identification and validation completed through Service inventory systems

Solution – Site UID
data elements associated to site uid
Installation Data Elements

Installation Code

Installation Name

Installation Virtual Indicator

Installation Close Date

Installation Reporting Component Code

Site Data Elements

Real Property Site Unique Identifier

Site Name

Site Creation Date

Site Primary Activity Code

Site Primary Indicator

Site Operational Status Code

Site Release Date

Site Close Date

Site Reporting Component Code

Congressional District Code

Metropolitan Statistical Area Code

Site Code

EPA Region Code

GSA Region Code


Data Elements Associated to Site UID
data elements associated to site uid1
Data Elements Associated to Site UID
  • Address Data Elements
    • Address Street Direction Code
    • Address Street Name
    • Address Street Number
    • Address Street Type Code
    • City Code
    • County Code
    • State or Country Primary Subdivision Code
    • Site Rural Urban Code
    • Country Code
    • Postal Code
solution rpuid
Solution: RPUID
  • Real Property Unique Identifier (RPUID): A non-intelligent code used to permanently and uniquely identify a DoD real property asset.
  • Real Property Unique Identifier
    • Web services interface
    • Asset UIDs FOC scheduled for December 2007
    • Over 600,000 assets to associate to sites
  • Data Collection
    • $1.8M contract to digitize deeds, permits, and licenses at Navy repositories and Air Force installations
    • DoDI 4165.14, Real Property Inventory and Forecasting
    • Real Property Information Model
data elements associated to rpuid



Land Parcels


Land Parcels


Data Elements associated to RPUID
  • Asset Data Elements
    • Real Property Unique Identifier
    • RPA Name
    • Facility Number
    • Land Acquisition Tract Identifier
    • RPA Type Code
    • Acquisition Date
    • RPA Interest Type Code
    • RPA Predominant Design Use FAC Code
    • RPA Operational Status Code
    • Disposal Completion Date
    • Congressional District Code
    • And Address related Data Elements
  • Sites & Assets
  • Buildings
  • Structures
  • Linear Structures
  • Land Parcels
geo enabling real property data using spatial data standards
Geo-Enabling Real Property Data Using Spatial Data Standards

Spatial Data Standards for Facilities, Infrastructure and Environment (SDSFIE)


Transforming the Business – Real Property Inventory Mapping Pilot

  • Mapping Legal Boundaries is a Key Part of the RPI
    • Based on land descriptions from Tract Maps, Summary Maps, Deeds, or other Acquisition Records
    • Entered via Digitization or Coordinate Geometry (COGO)
    • Two phases of pilot prototyping; 75+ installations or sites
  • Goal: Pilot the creation of an authoritative geospatial database

for Real Property Site and Parcel data, which

can be linked to the RPUID Registry


RPI Sites

RPI Land Parcels(Owned / fee simple)

Owned land parcel polygons may not overlap

All owned land parcels contribute to site boundaries

RPI Land Parcels(Non-Owned / Less-than-fee rights and interests in-granted to DoD)

All non-owned lands contribute to site boundaries

Non-owned land parcels may not overlap with owned land parcels, but may overlap other non-owned lands

Map Layers and Spatial Relationships for RPI Land Assets

Contribution to Site Boundaries

Map Layers(Themes or SDSFIE* “Entity Types”)

Overlap Rules

Site polygons may not overlap

SDSFIE = DoD Spatial Data Standards for Facilities, Infrastructure, and Environment

enabling location in the enterprise
Enabling “Location” In The Enterprise
  • DoD systems using onesource for identifying DoD location
    • Authoritative: Legal Interest
    • Efficient: Web Services
    • Accurate: Real-time update

Minimizes human error

Independent Verification and Validation



David LaBranche, P.E.

Mission Assurance Liaison

Defense Installation Spatial Data Infrastructure (DISDI)

Office of the Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Installations & Environment, Business Enterprise Integration Directorate



Ms. Lora Muchmore


Business Enterprise Integration

Office of the Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Installations & Environment