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Geospatial One Stop. Purpose of the project:. Making it: Easier Faster Less expensive. For all levels of government and the public to access geospatial information. Framework Standards. Framework Standards. Draft Standards available at www.geo-one-stop.gov. Rail. Air. Roads. Elevation.

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geospatial one stop
Geospatial One Stop

Purpose of the project:

  • Making it:
    • Easier
    • Faster
    • Less expensive

For all levels of government and the public to access geospatial information.

framework standards

Framework Standards

Framework Standards

Draft Standards available at www.geo-one-stop.gov

Rail

Air

Roads

Elevation

Transportation

Transit

Geospatial One-Stop Base Standard

Waterways

Cadastral

Geodetic Control

Governmental

Units

Orthoimagery

Hydrography

Source – INCITS/L1

status of standards
Status of Standards

Available at www.geo-one-stop.gov

  • Base Available(pre- harmonization)
    • Elevation Available
    • Orthoimagery Available
    • Government Units Available
    • Hydrography Available
    • Geodetic Control Available
    • Cadastral June (revision)
    • Transportation July (draft harmonized)
      • Roads Available
      • Rail Available
      • Air Available
      • Transit Available
      • Waterways Available
challenges
Challenges
  • Ensure adequate involvement by state and local participants.
  • Accomplish harmonization of draft standards by September 30th. Need agency commitment for staff support.
  • Feedback on the barriers encountered both in resource and technical issues.
  • Increased resources focused on harmonization will ensure the highest quality product on September 30.
inventory of existing geospatial data
NRCS

BTS

Census

USGS

BLM

US. COE

In Process

EPA

FWS

Inventory of Existing Geospatial Data

Over 250,000 metadata records from 12 federal NSDI Clearinghouse nodes

Links to 50 State Clearinghouses leveraging thousands of state and local data sets

www.geo-one-stop.gov

planned federal fy04 data acquisitions
Planned Federal FY04 Data Acquisitions*
  • 55 planned acquisition projects reported
  • 11 projects reported budgets totaling $55.75 million
  • Need to break down barriers to encourage agency reporting

* $1.0M or greater

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Federal

Integration Services

Support Government Business

Support Decision Making

Homeland

Security

Recreation

One Stop

Disaster

Management

Smart Growth

Citizen Services

Other E-gov Initiatives

Watershed Management

Counties

States

Cities

Tribes

Academia

GOS Portal

  • User Community
  • Data Searches
  • Map Services
  • Visualization

Private

building local capacity through geo partnerships
Building local capacity through Geo-Partnerships

Expectations

  • Standards
  • Metadata
  • Stewardship

Incentives

  • Tools
  • Training
  • Software
  • Grants

Outcome: improved public services through stewardship and data sharing.

implementing geo partnerships will lead to

Cities

Federal

States

Tribes

PrivateSector

Counties

Universities

Implementing Geo-Partnerships Will Lead To:

. . . a National Spatial Data Infrastructure

geo partnerships with states
Geo-Partnerships with States
  • Work with NSGIC to define expectations:
    • Manage Portal/Clearinghouse node to share data
    • Maintain user inventory
    • Host GI Council or some coordination entity
    • Develop I-Plan
    • Adopt GOS standards
geo partnerships with states1
Geo-Partnerships with States
  • Incentives:
    • Federal agencies streamline geospatial grant programs – E-grants
    • Portal template provided to States
    • GOS $1.5M is used as seed grant funds
  • Benefits:
    • Establish logical data stewards
    • Encourage local capacity
    • Move to implementation
    • Positive ROI
    • GOS Board support