Statewide Geospatial Maturity Assessment (GMA) Model

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Statewide Geospatial Maturity Assessment (GMA) Model

MISSION:
To create a common, credible assessment methodology to routinely and continuously monitor and validate statewide geospatial capabilities

VISION:
The results of the Annual state Geospatial Maturity Assessments will guide state geospatial investment prioritizations. National compilations are created for national context, visualization and prioritization

Research by the Georgia Tech Research Institute. Principal Investigator: Danielle Ayan, GISP. Facilitated through the National States Geographic Information Council (NSGIC). Co-Chaired by Ed Arabas (OR) and Michael Ouimet (Booz | Allen | Hamilton). Sponsored by the Department of Interior (DOI) Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC).

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  • 1. NSGIC Statewide Geospatial Maturity Assessment (GMA) Model
  • 2. Problems a GMA Solves • How well the state is doing vs what the state is doing • State to state comparisons; national compilation • More objective reporting • Platform for communication and planning
  • 3. What Are We Talking About? • Measures maturity of 7 sections and related sub-items: – People (e.g., GIO, etc.) – Data (e.g., elevation status) – Processes (e.g., enterprise GIS) – Policy (e.g., intergovernmental coordination) – Strategy (e.g., portfolio mgmt) – Technology (e.g., maps for critical issues) – Legal (e.g., public record laws) Software Engineering Institute categories
  • 4. What are we talking about? • Enhance existing NSGIC State Summaries … FABRICATED results; For conceptual purposes only.
  • 5. What are we talking about? • … into national compilation + metric cards. • Tiered, more defensible FABRICATED results; For conceptual purposes only.
  • 6. GMA Mission/Vision • Mission: – To create a common, credible assessment methodology to routinely and continuously monitor and validate statewide geospatial capabilities • Vision: – The results of the Annual state Geospatial Maturity Assessments will guide state geospatial investment prioritizations. National compilations are created for national context, visualization and prioritization
  • 7. What is a Maturity Model? • A structured collection of elements that describe certain aspects of evolution in an organization • A maturity model can be used as a benchmark for assessing different organizations for equivalent comparison* * Wikipedia
  • 8. Other “Assessment” Initiatives • The NSGIC Statewide GMA (included herein) • FGDC Lifecycle Management Work Group • COGO NSDI Report Card • URISA International GIS Capabilities Maturity Model (GISCMM)
  • 9. GMA Intentions • Model for all states (next generation State Summaries) – Supports NGAC NSDI Metrics Paper + Fifty States Initiative – Integrates with State Summaries (Next Gen) – Scalable/adaptable • Base for metrics and/or actionable items for each item or category • Framework for regional/local governments to leverage • National compilation
  • 10. History & Evolution of NSGIC State Summaries • 1992-2003: State written reports • 2004-2005: Reports based on coordination criteria • 2006: Online survey (SurveyMonkey) • 2007-2009: Online survey (GISInventory) • 2010: Beta GMA (still evolving)
  • 11. Future Vision • Statewide GMA becomes compilation of URISA GISCMMs • Feed/validate COGO NSDI Report Card GMA Data section or visa-versa • GMAs inform GeoLOB Life Cycle Metrics or visa-versa • Variety of outputs: – (Defensible) Dashboard that can be viewed from National to Local level – Reports that categorize information as needed
  • 12. Possibilities for Grant Option Year 2 • Documentation/Training on GMA items • “Metric Cards” to support pertinent GMA item(s)
  • 13. Questions/Comments/Concerns • USGS Grant Principal Investigator (PI) • NSGIC GMA Work Group Chair + Board Member • Acknowledgements – DOI/USGS/FGDC – Work Group Co-Chairs: Michael Ouimet, BAH | Ed Arabas, OR – Former 2-term Governor of Wyoming, Jim Geringer | Pat Cummens, ESRI – 2008 – 2010 NSGIC Technical Issues Committee + GMA Work Group members – 2007 - 2010 NSGIC Members and Executives including William Burgess, Zsolt Nagy, Shelby Johnson, Cy Smith, Ed Arabas – Friends and members of the Georgia GIS Coordinating Committee (GISCC) – Robert Woodruff and Charlie Sasser of the Georgia Technology Authority (GTA) – Bruce Oswald, Sewell & Associates – Dr. Rich Clark, UGA
  • 14. NSGIC • The National States Geographic Information Council (NSGIC) is an organization committed to efficient and effective government through the prudent adoption of geospatial information technologies. • http://www.nsgic.org