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NSGIC 2010 Advocacy Agenda
NSGIC 2010 Advocacy Agenda
NSGIC 2010 Advocacy Agenda
NSGIC 2010 Advocacy Agenda
NSGIC 2010 Advocacy Agenda
NSGIC 2010 Advocacy Agenda
NSGIC 2010 Advocacy Agenda
NSGIC 2010 Advocacy Agenda
NSGIC 2010 Advocacy Agenda
NSGIC 2010 Advocacy Agenda
NSGIC 2010 Advocacy Agenda
NSGIC 2010 Advocacy Agenda
NSGIC 2010 Advocacy Agenda
NSGIC 2010 Advocacy Agenda
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NSGIC 2010 Advocacy Agenda

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This presentation was given at the 2010 ESRI Federal User Conference. It covers NSGIC's efforts with a lot of words.

This presentation was given at the 2010 ESRI Federal User Conference. It covers NSGIC's efforts with a lot of words.

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  • 1. NSGIC and it’s Advocacy Agenda<br />Learon Dalby, Past President<br />National States Geographic Information Council (NSGIC)<br />
  • 2. First, a quote…<br /> If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.<br /> Albert Einstein<br /> Let me know how I do.<br />
  • 3. What is NSGIC?<br />Nonprofit Organization<br />Established in 1991<br />501 c 6 status means we are allowed to educate policymakers on our issues<br />We represent the GIS Coordination Councils and GIOs in the states and some territories<br />Generally accepted by Federal agencies as the “voice of the states” in geospatial matters<br />
  • 4. Diverse Needs<br />How do we understand what issues are important to states with diverse concerns?<br />Two conferences<br />Annual in fall focused on states<br />Midyear in late winter is focused on Federal activities<br />State Caucus meetings at both<br />Committee Meetings<br />Standing Committees include Board Members<br />Board of Directors<br />Monthly meetings that include all leadership<br />
  • 5. …more communication<br />Leadership Meetings<br />Weekly calls include past and present leaders <br />Surveys<br />Five Surveys conducted in the past 2 months – HSIP, GDM, LiDAR, Broadband Mapping and Member Satisfaction<br />WebEx Meetings<br />Special topics of interest during the year<br />These create a “virtual conference”<br />List Serve discussions on topics of interest to membership (twitter @nsgic)<br />
  • 6. Advocacy Agenda<br />All of this information and input is used to craft our advocacy agenda and manage our activities.<br /><ul><li>We use many types of media and partnerships to pursue our advocacy agenda</li></li></ul><li>For the Nation Data Programs<br />Foolish to try and bring disparate data together after the fact – it’s too costly, takes too much time and requires too many procedural steps<br />Need to refocus on building the data right the first time so it meets all needs – lower cost and less work<br />Imagery for the Nation needs to be funded and implemented<br />Other data stewards identified in OMB A-16 need to adopt lifecycle measures to implement their programs “For the Nation”<br />All Stakeholders need to be involved in Governance<br />
  • 7. Address Points (Title 13)<br />Congress should remove Title 13 restrictions from address points<br />The Census Bureau should be given granting authority to work with states and local governments to maintain address points in a “For the Nation” approach<br />Address points should be principally maintained at the local level in conjunction with the building permit process<br />
  • 8. Governance of the NSDI<br />Appoint a Federal GIO with resources and authority over the agencies<br />Fund and produce a report that credibly demonstrates the value of geospatial technologies to the nation<br />Establish an oversight committee that is empowered to implement EO 12906 and OMB A-16<br />Build a national governance structure that includes all stakeholder groups<br />NSGIC will encourage statewide coordination councils that are also inclusive of all stakeholders<br />
  • 9. All about Government Effectiveness<br />Broadband Internet<br />Mapping and deployment<br />Support for Digital Coast<br />Right model for developing partnerships <br />Advocating for topographic and bathymetric data<br />Social networking tools and their impact on National Policy Discussions<br />Help States Adjust<br />Get Federal agencies to enable their employees<br />Technology Agenda<br />
  • 10. Why Are We Still Excited?<br />After 20 years of relative failure, interesting things are happening all around us.<br />Virtual USA <br />With no funds, system, standards, architecture, it is being built. “Because we can.”<br />Place Based Initiatives<br />Wonderful attention to geospatial technologies<br />Geospatial Platform<br />IFTN<br />May be funded in FY 2012<br />Volunteered Information<br />CIOs are paying much more attention to GIS<br />
  • 11. What would Albert Say?<br /> Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex... It takes a touch of genius - and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction. <br /> Albert Einstein<br />
  • 12. What would Albert Say?<br /> Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex... It takes a touch of genius - and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction. <br /> Albert Einstein<br />Please join NSGIC as we try to simplify life and connect stakeholders.<br />
  • 13. Contact Information<br />NSGIC<br />443.640.7075<br />Twitter: @NSGIC<br />Learon Dalby<br />Learon.Dalby@arkansas.gov<br />@LearonDalby<br />

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