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National Parcel Data Base

This project aims to address NRC Recommendation #1 by examining the authorities and capacities of the BLM to coordinate federal and national parcel activities, specifically in relation to the mortgage crisis and economic recovery bill.

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National Parcel Data Base

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  1. National Parcel Data Base Donald Buhler David Downes

  2. FGDC Steering Committee ActionsOctober 17, 2008 • Begin addressing NRC Recommendation #1 through examining the statutory and policy authorities of BLM to coordinate Federal and national parcel activities.   • As recommended by the NGAC, the FGDC Cadastral Subcommittee will convene a stakeholder group to address parcel data issues related to the mortgage crisis and the economic recovery bill. • The FGDC Cadastral Subcommittee, in coordination with DOI, the FGDC Secretariat, and others, will review the budget assumptions in the NRC report recommendations. www.nationalcad.org/showdocs.asp?docid=170&navsrc=Report&navsrc2= • The FGDC Steering Committee will receive a briefing on the BLM National Integrated Lands (NILS) System at the December 2008 meeting.

  3. Task: Begin addressing NRC Recommendation #1 on Land Parcel Data • Examine authorities and capacities of BLM to serve as Federal and national coordinator for national integration of land parcel data: • Existing programs/status and current plans • Legal and policy authorities • Context – potential roles of other federal, State, local and private sector players • Resource needs/implications

  4. Parcel Data - Mortgage CrisisEconomic recovery bill • Categories of Stakeholders • Identification of Participants • Strategy and Action Steps • Support Required • Timeline

  5. Categories of Stakeholders • Data Sources • Authoritative Data Sources – local govt. (counties – assessors, recorders, parcel mappers) • Trusted Data Sources – publishers at State or regional levels • Consumers and Applications • Fire and Emergency • Regulatory , monitoring and oversight agencies

  6. County Parcel Data • Authoritative Data Source • Most Current Source • Maintained to Support Local Business Needs • ------------------------------- • Data needs to be standardized • Mapping Needs to be completed nationwide • Support for standardization and completion • Applications • Built on top of Authoritative and Trusted Data • Serves Business needs and built by business area experts • Uses Core and Core Plus data • --------------------------- • RAVAR • HAZUS • Mortgage and Financial Analysis Project Level (site specific) request for the most current data If state or regional hosted data is not available By agreement between Authoritative and Trusted Sources • State/Regional Hosting • Trusted Data Source • Provides integrated portal or access • Technology to serve to applications • -------------------------- • Data is standardized and is integrated • with state and federal owned lands • Support for collecting public lands, • integration and publication • Consumers • Agencies that use applications to support decision making, analysis and reporting Stakeholders

  7. Identification of Participants • International Association of Assessment Officers (IAAO) • FGDC Cadastral Subcommittee (Cadastral Subcommittee) • Consumers - Federal Times - some of the federal agencies involved in regulation and response (http://www.federaltimes.com/index.php?S=3756068) • Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) • Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS) http://www.ots.treas.gov • Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) http://www.occ.treas.gov • Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac • Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

  8. Strategy and Action Steps • Define the application needed to support the consumer needs such as including the standard processes and standardized data sets. • Develop a demonstration of solutions for the Consuming Agencies, including the departments of Treasury and Housing and Urban Development (HUD), as a point of beginning to reach an understanding among all stakeholders concerning what is needed (in terms of data content , technology, standardization, data availabilities etc.) • Facilitate work with the private sector to develop applications according to standards and consumer needs. • Coordinate with local Authoritative Data Sources and Trusted Data Sources for the data needed to support mortgage and economic recovery applications. • Document participation from and benefits to all stakeholder groups.

  9. Support Required • Funding $35K for contract support and travel. • Commitment from departments of Treasury and Housing and Urban Development. We will need access and dedicated time from knowledgeable staff at the working level of these organizations.

  10. Timeline • Refine application needs and document - 2 weeks • Apply demonstration application and capture scenarios and results – 1 month • Identify stakeholders, set up meeting time – 2 weeks • Meeting with Consumer Stakeholders – 1 day • Document meeting results and publish results to data producers – 2 weeks • Total Project – 2 to 3 months

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