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GIS in Ohio

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  • 1. NATIONAL STATES GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION COUNCIL
    2105 Laurel Bush Rd.
    Bel Air, MD 21015
    443-640-1075 www.nsgic.org
  • 2. CIO
    ISD
    IGD
    Gov
    Server
    Network
    ESSAdmin
    OGRIPED
    OGRIPCouncil
    OGRIP Office
    Legislature
    Hosting
    eCom
    GISSC
    Public
  • 3. CIO
    Gov
    ISD
    OGRIPED
    IGD
    ESSAdmin
    OGRIPCouncil
    OGRIP Office
    Legislature
    Hosting
    eCom
    GISSC
    Public
  • 4. Impacts - Top Five Initiatives
    Server Virtualization and Consolidation
    Desktop Virtualization
    Green Data Center / second site
    Electric Power consumption reduction
    Restructure of Enterprise Data Center Network
    E-mail Consolidation
    Significant Others
    Location Based Response Program
    Real Property Inventory
    Broadband Mapping
    Son of OSIP
  • 5. Benefits
    Fewer Decision Points
    In front of Decision Makers
    Promoting at the Top
    Elevating GIS as a strategic tool
    Component of other strategies
    Opening doors within OIT
    Engaging with other CIOs
    Leveraging existing efforts
    Multi-funding opportunities
  • 6. Path? – deliver at your own risk
    Options – stay or move up?
    New Role
    No new management to education and keep fingers crossed
    One of two Decision Makers
    Increased Collaborative Opportunities
    Tough Love - Giving up GIS reins
    Moved further and further from GIS
    Less doing and more supporting/promoting
    Keeping the GIS fires burning
  • 7. Thanks

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