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Report of Stakeholder Engagement on Four Geospatial Issues with National Importance. Tony Spicci State of Missouri, NSGICer NGAC Meeting, April 1-2, 2014. Geospatial Issues. National Spatial Data Infrastructure National Address Point Database (NAPD) Transportation for the Nation (TFTN)

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report of stakeholder engagement on four geospatial issues with national importance

Report of Stakeholder Engagement on Four Geospatial Issues with National Importance

Tony Spicci

State of Missouri, NSGICer

NGAC Meeting, April 1-2, 2014

geospatial issues
Geospatial Issues
  • National Spatial Data Infrastructure
  • National Address Point Database (NAPD)
  • Transportation for the Nation (TFTN)
  • Geospatial Response for Emergency Management
national spatial data infrastructure
National Spatial Data Infrastructure
  • Some agencies with A-16 theme lead assignments are ignoring their responsibilities and are not coordinating with state and local government. Agencies with mission specific needs for data are more likely to obtain appropriations and contract for data than agencies trying to develop cross-cutting framework data that would be share be multiple agencies.
nsdi recommendations
NSDI Recommendations
  • Business plans with stakeholder input.
  • Systems and programs with state, local, federal participation.
  • Congress should establish an oversight Committee for Federal geospatial activities.
  • Build an agency agnostic network.
  • Recognize and affirm the role of the private sector.
  • Realize the financial investment of these programs.
national address point database napd
National Address Point Database (NAPD)
  • Nearly every aspect of government operations has a requirement for authoritative and consistent address data; however, at this time Next Generation 9-1-1 is a compelling business driver and enabler for developing the NAPD.
napd recommendations
NAPD Recommendations
  • Identify several economic incentives with high impact.
  • Develop abbreviated data standard for ‘core elements’.
  • Agree to a data model and exchange standard.
  • Develop a simple data workflow process model.
napd recommendations cont
NAPD Recommendations (cont.)
  • Recognize the role of states as aggregators.
  • Recognize efforts underway and not duplicate efforts.
  • Build an ROI document.
  • FGDC should recognize addresses as a theme in OMB A-16 and designate a data steward.
transportation for the nation tftn
Transportation for the Nation (TFTN)
  • Next Generation 9-1-1, highway safety, tracking infrastructure assets, and the distribution of federal transportation funds are significant functions and business drivers that should motivate all levels of government to develop Transportation for the Nation.
tftn recommendations
TFTN Recommendations
  • Develop information on the value of ARNOLD
  • Identify innovative ways to partner with commercial and crowd data.
  • Develop future standards, data models and data exchange standards with stakeholder input
  • Find existing best practices.
  • Understand all business requirements.
geospatial response for emergency management
Geospatial Response for Emergency Management
  • We must find ways to make the work of coordinating less than the cost of duplicating efforts.
geospatial response for emergency management recommendations
Geospatial Response for Emergency Management Recommendations
  • Understanding of business needs of all partners.
  • Improve data access; reduce duplication.
  • Improved communication tools and procedures.
  • GIS as an ESF in the NICS
document
Document
  • www.nsgic.org/publications-by-nsgic
  • Or I can email the document