slide1 n.
Skip this Video
Download Presentation
Office of Technology Partnerships September 17, 2007

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 14

Office of Technology Partnerships September 17, 2007 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

  • Uploaded on

State and Local Collaboration Michigan’s Cross Boundary Program . Office of Technology Partnerships September 17, 2007. Looking toward the future. Michigan’s Local & State Government “Cross Boundary Collaboration Program”. Structured Sustainable

I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Office of Technology Partnerships September 17, 2007' - moya

Download Now An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

State and Local Collaboration

Michigan’s Cross Boundary Program

Office of Technology Partnerships

September 17, 2007

looking toward the future
Looking toward the future

Michigan’s Local & State Government

“Cross Boundary Collaboration Program”

  • Structured
  • Sustainable
  • Leverages existing infrastructure, applications, processes and resources

Collaboration action steps:

  • Develop strategies and policies across tiers
  • Identify unique opportunities/barriers, stakeholders and incentives
  • Identify shared business processes
  • Develop ways to allocate resources and share costs
michigan s cross boundary collaboration strategy
Michigan’s Cross BoundaryCollaboration Strategy
  • Build once
  • Serve many
  • Operate as one unit
  • Have a simple entry point
  • Reduce costs
  • Provide better and more services to citizens
  • Make crossing government lines seamless
michigan s cross boundary steering committee
Michigan’s Cross Boundary Steering Committee



  • Collaborative agreements
  • Measure, monitor and communicate
  • Governance structures
  • ID opportunities, incentives and barriers
  • Strategic risk assessment

And they’re making


next steps for cross boundary steering committee
Next Steps for Cross Boundary Steering Committee
  • Build complete Cross Boundary governance process
  • Define scope of Steering Committee and administrative authority
  • Determine role of governing body (decision makers, advisors?)
  • Perform inventory of cross boundary past successes and results
  • Investigate property tax collection and assess cross boundary opportunities
  • Work on 2010 Census
  • Evaluate Homeland Security
cross boundary in motion
Cross Boundary in Motion

Local & State Cross Boundary Initiatives

Local Government

GIS Collaboration

Local Government

Status Board

Local & State

Network Integration


local and state network integration
Local and State Network Integration
  • Two pilot locations underway
    • Alpena County
      • State connection to ride on local fiber
      • Reducing annual cost from $47,976 to $8,634 (estimate)
    • Kent County
      • County & state building sit next door to each other
      • Poke hole thru county building to state, eliminate county T1 connections and ride on state’s DS3 line
      • Potential annual cost savings - $28,704
  • Identified 52 other possible locations
  • across the state
local government status board lgsb
Local Government Status Board (LGSB)
  • Pilot Program
  • Four counties (Oakland, Kent, Macomb, and Ottawa)
  • Application allows access to information and notifications of occurrences affecting local government, such as the LEIN systems status, local power outages, etc.
  • 3-15 incidents and changes posted daily ranging from security threats to router configuration notices
  • There will be an assessment of the pilot program and plans will be put into place to expand and add new applications
local government gis collaboration
Local Government GIS Collaboration
  • 24 counties have signed partnership agreements
    • State cost: $350,000
  • 18 counties have acquired imagery and are potential partners
    • State cost (est.): $270,000
  • State acquisition “non-partnered” counties 2’ resolution
    • State cost (est.): $1,500,000

Projected Results

Total value of statewide data: $5,700,000

Eliminated duplication savings: $3,570,000

michigan information sharing and analysis center mi isac
Michigan Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MI-ISAC)
  • Two-way information sharing between state and local governments, educational institutions and emergency management entities
  • Membership has its rewards….
    • Direct access to cyber security threat information from the state
    • Access to security awareness materials, including computer-based training modules
    • Access to security policy templates
    • Access to security-related solutions at enterprise price points negotiated by the state
    • Access to periodic meetings, teleconferences and web casts to promote peer networking and information sharing
    • MI-ISAC currently has 50 members
mi isac stats
  • There have been over 80 notices posted to the system to date; ranging from very critical to informational

28% members have accessed the system 10 or more times

12% members have accessedthe system 20 or moretimes

16% members have accessedthe system 30 or moretimes

**The other 44% members accessed the system less than 10 times

  • A survey of current members was conducted to evaluate system usage and determine if any improvements could be made; a limited number of responses were received to date
how you can help
How You Can Help…
  • Identify cross boundary collaboration opportunities in your area and contact the steering committee
  • Assist in populating the inventory database

Do you have any suggestions for future local and state collaboration or any ideas to improve current efforts?

Share them with us!


Office of Technology Partnerships

George Boersma, Director

  • 517.335.1507