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Engaging Non-Geospatial Organizations. Kim Burns, ERSI Tom Christoffel, NVSRC John Clark, GSA. Jerry McFaul, USGS Rebecca Somers, Somers St. Claire Leslie Wollack, GOS. Action Team.

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Action team

Kim Burns, ERSI

Tom Christoffel, NVSRC

John Clark, GSA

Jerry McFaul, USGS

Rebecca Somers, Somers St. Claire

Leslie Wollack, GOS

Action Team


What are non geospatial organizations ngos

Organizations, whose members are primarily users of spatial information and technology, not builders or producers of spatial information and technology.

What are Non-Geospatial Organizations (NGOs)?


Outreach strategy

Short Term – Identify & engage ten organizations that would benefit most from use of Geospatial Information

Long Term – Identify, Prioritize, & Engage another 30 plus organizations that would benefit from use of Geospatial Information

Leverage Outreach Efforts of the other Action Plans especially the Strategic Communications Plan

Outreach Strategy


Non geospatial organizations outreach plan and approach

I: IDENTIFICATION OF ORGANIZATIONAL INTERSTS AND CHARACTERISTICS

Non-geospatial Organizations: Outreach Plan and Approach

1.

2.

3.

4.

  • Organizations:

  • Categories

  • Impacts

  • Interests:

  • Specific to org.

  • General

  • Tools:

  • Specific to org.

  • General

  • Challenges:

  • Specific to org.

  • General

1.

5.

How to Get Organizations’ Attention

  • Organization

  • Police Assn.

  • NGA

  • Interests

  • Crime Prevention

  • Homeland Sec.

  • Homeland Sec.

  • Economic Dev.

II: INTEGRATION

Potential Approach

6.

Organization

Police Assn.

Real Estate

Interests

Homeland Sec.

Access to property data

How to Work With Them

Awards

Tools

Challenges

Limited funds

Limited technology

Potential Impacts

High visibility

No publicity

III: ANALYSIS & PRIORITIZATION

Benefit/Cost

7.

  • Organization

  • Police Assn.

  • Real Estate

  • Benefit/Cost

  • High

  • Low

Priority

Now: 2006

ID specific orgs & plan

Med: 2007-2010

Refine analysis

ID types

Low: 2011 & beyond

don’t invest resources yet

8.

Strategy

Establish partnership

Provide education

Learn more about them

General, public information

NGA,

NACo,

Police Assn.

Awareness,

beginning use of GIS

Isolated GIS use,

Low potential for visibility & assistance

9..

Next Steps

IV: ACTION PLAN




Integration analysis
Integration & Analysis CHARACTERISTICS



Prioritization strategy

A Three-Tiered Approach CHARACTERISTICS

Ranked according to relative costs and benefits

Low to Medium Investment with High Impact

Medium Investment with High to Medium Impact

Low to High with Medium to Low Impact

Outreach Strategy

Contact Targeted Organizations to discuss their issues/interests & how geospatial information addresses them

Identify FGDC/NSDI Resources (Grants/Technical Assistance) to Facilitate their Use of Spatial Data

Prioritization & Strategy


Action plan next steps

Establish an Interagency FGDC Outreach Team (s) CHARACTERISTICS

Target & Participate in Select Number of Professional Management Association Conferences/Events over the Next 18 months consistent with the recommendations from all action teams

Implement Outreach Model that Includes our Private Sector Partners

Fund & Implement the proposed Regional Intensive Geospatial Training Pilot in Virginia’s Northern Shenandoah Valley

Action Plan - Next Steps