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Bringing GIS and government data into the "2-point-0" world

Bringing GIS and government data into the "2-point-0" world

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    • NATIONAL STATES GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION COUNCIL
      2105 Laurel Bush Rd.
      Bel Air, MD 21015
      443-640-1075 www.nsgic.org
    • NSGIC 2.0
      @martenhogeweg (ESRI)
      Jerry Johnston (US EPA)
    • The Bottom Line
      Sharing yr current authoritative geodata through web services w/ open API will help build a platform 4 transparent & accountable government
    • Geospatial Data Is Very ValuableUsed in Many Integrated Applications
      Science/Modeling
      Conservation
      Natural
      Resources
      Land Management
      Defense/Security
      Crime
      Congestion
      Agriculture/Forestry
      Water
      Business Efficiency
      Pollution
      Economic Recovery
      Global Warming
      Biodiversity
      Energy
      Human Health
      Oceans
      Population
      Land Use
      Education
      Logistics
      Facility
      Management
      Development
      Public Safety
      Humanitarian
      Relief
      Urbanization
      Environmental Protection
      National Security
      Law Enforcement
      Energy
      Emergency Management
      Improve Planning, Management and Decision Making . . .
      . . . Providing Critical Infrastructure
    • Data Sharing Is Key to Transparency
      (data.gov / geodata.gov)
      Data Clearinghouses Have Improved Access . . .
      . . . But Are Not Enough To Provide A Platform
    • Open Government Design Principles
      Share As Much Data As Possible
      Access to Authoritative Source Data
      Access to Current Data
      Make Data Widely Accessible
      Ensure Data is Machine Readable
      Use Open Formats
    • Governments Need to Create Services
      Moving from Data File Sharing to Creating Shared Services
      RESTful Services
      Easily Discovered
      Open Standards Support
      Easy to Use Clients
      Free Application Tools (API’s)
      Services
      Shared
      Geospatial
      Resources
      Opening Access to Many New Users & Applications
    • From Application to Services
      Geodata.gov was seen as an app (old-school)
      Data.gov looked at building yet another catalog for data
      Geodata.gov and Data.gov collaborated
      Geodata.gov now supplies Data.gov with 110,000+ downloadable datasets
    • Chesapeake Bay ProgramA Watershed State/Federal Partnership Providing Transparency and Accountability
    • Chesapeake Bay ProgramA Watershed State/Federal Partnership Providing Transparency and Accountability
    • Gov 2.0 Gone Wild
      Need a place to stay?
    • Gov 2.0 Made Useful
      What ARRA Projects are affected by the wildfires?
      Where are state-owned facilities?
    • Gov 2.0 Implies Collaboration
    • ESRI Supports Public/Private Partnership to Collaboratively Build a Gov 2.0 Platform
      Map Services and Tasks
      Content Sharing Program
      Open Web Mapping API
      Open Source Samples
      Defining Pay-As-You-Go ESRI-hosted Content and Services
      Support you support Gov 2.0 with your content
    • Thank you
      @martenhogeweg