Geo-Enabling DoD Business Transformation: The Defense Installation Spatial Data Infrastructure (DISDI)


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Geo-Enabling DoD Business Transformation: The Defense Installation Spatial Data Infrastructure (DISDI)

  1. 1. Geo-Enabling DoD Business Transformation:The Defense Installation Spatial Data Infrastructure (DISDI) presentation to the COI Forum Col. Hal Tinsley Costi Tudan DISDI Program Manager DISDI Architect Defense Installation Spatial Data Infrastructure Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Installations and Environment Business Enterprise Integration
  2. 2. Purpose and Agenda• Defense Installations Spatial Data Infrastructure Group – DISDI Group (DISDI-G)• DISDI-G: the Community of Interest• Governance and policy• DISDI-G working groups• DISDI-G net-centric goals – implementation projects 2
  3. 3. The DISDI Group “The DISDI-G will seek strategies across the RP&ILM core business mission area for optimizing DoD investments in people, policies, and practices necessary to acquire, steward, and share installation, environmental, and range spatial data assets for defense, federal, and national goals. Once strategies are developed, the DISDI-G will deliberate and forward proposed actions to the I&E Domain Governance Board (DGB) for approval.”“The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency will function as a key partner to the DISDI-G to ensure alignment with the strategic intent of the National System for Geospatial-Intelligence (NSG).” 3
  4. 4. The Warfighter / Installation Relationship Defense Basing Space - “The DoD Footprint”Where is the Warfighter in this picture? 4
  5. 5. Geographic Information…. for the DoD Business Mission Real Property Management Environment Natural & Cultural Resources Base Operations, Services Occupational Health, Safety 5
  6. 6. Geo-Enabling theGlobal Information GridDefense „Basing space‟ 6
  7. 7. DISDI-G Governance OSD Level and Component Level Real Property & Real Property & Installation Lifecycle Management Installation Lifecycle Management Domain Governance Board Investment Review Board (RP&ILM DGB) (RP&ILM IRB) Principals: Principals: DUSD(I&E) DUSD(I&E) Asst Sec of the Army (I&E) Asst Sec of the Army (I&E) Asst Sec of the Navy (I&E) Asst Sec of the Navy (I&E) Dep Asst Sec of the Air Force (Installations) Asst Sec of the Air Force (IE&L) Asst Chief of Staff for Installation Mgt, US Army Joint Staff, J-4 Air Force Civil Engineer DISDI Group Asst Sec of Def (NII/DoD CIO) Navy Chief of Naval Operations (N-46) Director, PA&E Asst Dep Comdt. (I&L)(F), US Marine Corps (DISDI-G) Dir, Real Estate and Facilities, WHS WORKING ODUSD(I&E) BEI-DISDI GROUPS Defense Installation support Spatial Data Infrastructure SDSFIE METADATA ARCHITECTURE IMAGERY Asst Dep Comdt, Director, Headquarters, HQNAVFAC, Air Force Civil ACSIM, US Army (I&L)(F), US Marine DISDI FunctionalRE & Fac., US Army Corps US Navy Engineer (Army IGI&S) Corps Components WHS of Engineers (GeoReadiness) (GeoFidelis) CIO GIS MSC GeoReadiness GEOFidelis Configuration Installation Business Mission Area Enterprise GIS Integration Advisory Integration GI&S Functional Inputs (EGIS) Group Team Council Board (CIB) 7
  8. 8. DISDI Governance and the GIG Real Property & Installation Lifecycle Management Domain Governance BoardOMB Geo LoB (RP&ILM DGB) FEA FGDC GEOINT COIs WORKING DISDI Group GROUP (GWG) (DISDI-G) WORKING ODUSD(I&E) BEI-DISDI GROUPS Defense Installation SUPPORT Spatial Data Infrastructure Asst Dep Comdt, Director, Headquarters, HQNAVFAC, Air Force Civil ACSIM, US Army (I&L)(F), US Marine RE & Fac., US Army Corps US Navy Engineer (Army IGI&S) Corps WHS of Engineers (GeoReadiness) (GeoBase) (GeoFidelis) GLOBAL INFORMATION GRID 8
  9. 9. DoD Business and The Key Drivers for Spatial Data Requirements The DoD Global Information Grid has Three Domains: (1) Warfighter (2) Intelligence (3) Business The DoD Business Domain has 5 Core Business Mission Areas: Defense Installations Strategic Plan - VISION: Installation assets and services areavailable when and where needed, with the joint capabilities and capacities necessary to effectively and efficiently support DoD missions. 9
  10. 10. Policies affecting geospatial•Executive Order 12906, “Coordinating Geographic Data Acquisition and Access: The National Spatial DataInfrastructure”, April 11, 1994•DoD Directive 8000.1, “Management of DoD Information Resources and Information Technology,” February27, 2002•DoD Directive 5105.60, “National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA)”, October 11, 1996•DoD Directive 8320.2, “Data Sharing in a Net-Centric Department of Defense”, 2 December 2004•DOD Directive 8115.01, “Information Technology Portfolio Management” 10 October, 2005•DoD Instruction 5210.52, “Security Classification of Airborne Sensor Imagery,” May 18, 1989•Executive Order 10104, “Defining Certain Vital Military and Naval Installations and Equipment as RequiringProtection Against the General Dissemination of Information Relative Thereto, “ Feb 1, 1950•DoD Directive 5030.59, “National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA) LIMITED DISTRIBUTION Imagery orGeospatial Information and Data”, 13 May 2003•DoD Directive 3020.40, “Defense Critical Infrastructure Program (DCIP)”, 19 August, 2005•DoD Directive 5200.1, “DoD Information Security Program”, 13 December 1996•DoD Directive 5144.1, “Assistant Secretary of Defense for Networks and Information Integration/DoD ChiefInformation Officer (ASD(NII)/DoD CIO)”, 2 May 2005•DoD 5200.1-R, “Information Security Program”, January 1997•DoD Directive 5205.2, “DoD Operations Security (OPSEC) Program”, 29 November 1999•DoD Directive, “DoD Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Program”, 28 October 2005•DoD 5400.7-R, “DoD Freedom of Information Act Program”, September 1998•DoD Directive 8500.1, “Information Assurance (IA)”, October 24, 2002•CJCSI 3901.01B, “Requirements for Geospatial Information and Services”, July 15,2004•CJCSM 3150.15B, Standard Specified Geographic Location File Request, November 1, 2005•DoD Directive 3025.1, “Military Support to Civil Authorities (MSCA)”, January 15, 1993 10
  11. 11. Working Groups• Spatial Data Standard for Facilities Installations and Environment (SDSFIE) Working Group• Geospatial Metadata Working Group• Architecture Working Group• Imagery Working Group 11
  12. 12. SDSFIE Working GroupThe SDSFIE Five-Year Vision Statement: The single spatial standard that supports common implementation and maximizes• Meet strategic interoperability for FGDC, and requirements: DISR, BEA, DDMS, ISO, other DoD standards and models• Ensure Installation, Environment, interoperability of adaptations• Future releases of the SDSFIE will be driven by DoD Business and Civil Works Missions. Mission Area Requirements• Individual content requests and change recommendations will drive local adaptations and not the SDSFIE Logical Data Model 12
  13. 13. SDSFIE Working GroupSDSFIE Guiding Principles1. SDSFIE will focus on the geospatial representation of features and maintain a minimum number of attributes. It will link to our business databases for attribute data and not duplicate attributes found in business databases.2. SDSFIE will provide a data model that is scalable from installation mapping up to Service level and DoD; from local to global3. If a relevant data content standard already exists, SDSFIE must incorporate it into the model rather than develop new content.4. SDSFIE standard development will follow a nationally recognized development process5. SDSFIE will reside in the public domain and is vendor neutral6. The standard will be responsive and built to support the business needs of data creators and end users7. SDSFIE is governed and managed by the DISDI Group. 13
  14. 14. SDSFIE Governance and Business Mission Area Stakeholders Geospatial LOGICAL CORE Oversee development & Implementation of I&E Business TransformationBUSINESS MISSION AREAS Real Property APPROVAL / GUIDANCE Environment Cultural Resources GEOSPATIAL SME‟s – OWNERS Military Operations OF THE LOGICAL CORE Civil Works BUSINESS PROCESS OWNERS Working Groups Communities of Cross-Service Cross-Service Committees Interest USERS 14
  15. 15. Metadata Working Group• Established to align with DoD Metadata efforts• Incorporate Defense Discovery Metadata Specification into geospatial metadata• Align with mandated DISR standards• Create and Implement ISO profile for geospatial metadata• In sync with Federal Geographic Data Committee and NGA geospatial metadata efforts• Developed DISDI Geospatial Metadata Profile based on ISO 19115 specification• Developing Metadata translation tools to help migration from old metadata standard 15
  16. 16. Architecture Working Group• Address geospatial architecture federation requirements• Develop high level architecture views (OV-1, SV-1, TV-1,2)• BEA 5.0 geo-enabled location• Geo-enable Real Property Unique Identifier Registry• I&E - Universal Core “Where”• Authoritative Source for Location – “Where” 16
  17. 17. Imagery Working Group• Consolidate Imagery Requirements• Reducing Redundancy by Building Awareness• Cross-Service Imagery Sharing Capability• Eliminating Redundant Acquisitions – Estimated $35 mil cost avoidance over a two year period. 17
  18. 18. Current DISDI Initiatives• Implementing Geospatial Capabilities – Real Property Mapping Pilot Project – Environmental Liabilities Reconciliation Pilot Project – Geospatial Visualization for the Real Property Unique Identifier Registry – Geospatial Data Warehouse Pilot Project (DoD Legacy Program) – Pilot Development of Data Sharing Protocols – High Resolution Imagery Sharing• Standards & Strategic Initiatives – DISDI Metadata Profile 1.0 – Inserting Geospatial Fundamentals in Business Enterprise Architecture (BEA), Version 5.0 – Re-engineering the Spatial Data Standards for Facilities, Infrastructure, and Environment (SDSFIE) 18
  19. 19. Transforming the Business with Geospatial Solutions Real Property Inventory Initiative DoDI 4165.14 RPI Requirements – Logical Data Elements and Spatial Data Map Layers Sites and Land Parcels Dover AFB, DE Site Boundaries Land Parcels (owned) Land ParcelsRPI Mapping Pilot - (non-owned) Sites and Land (Parcel) Assets 19
  20. 20. Geo-Enable Location in BEA 5.0• Problem: – DISR mandates the use of ISO standards for geospatial systems. – Current BEA products do not incorporate ISO geospatial standards. – Existing I&E geospatial data standards (i.e. SDSFIE) not included.• Strategy: – Update BEA products to align with DISR. – Implement ISO geospatial meta-model for BEA 5.0 release. – Align with geospatial standards and architectures as implemented by warfighter, intelligence domains and RP&ILM.• Outcome: – Geo-enables the Real Property Business Process Model. – Aligns all current efforts for geospatial representation, visualization and analysis of Real Property assets. – Ensures business domain geospatial data is aligned with the National System for Geospatial-Intelligence (NSG) and ISO compliant. 20
  21. 21. Spatial Data Standards for the Business Enterprise Architecture BEA 4.1 BEA 5.0 DoD Business Enterprise Architecture HAZMAT EL RPI LOCATION spatial? (Geospatial) RP Spatial EL Spatial Data Model Data Model (land) (TEMP.) Geospatial LDM Core sustain THE SPATIAL DATA STANDARD FOR FACILITIES, INFRASTRUCTURE & ENVIRONMENT 3.02.5 2.6 21
  22. 22. DISDI Group COIStrategic Involvement - BEA 5.0, FEA, GWG, FGDC, Geo LoBStandards - Metadata, SDSFIEGeo-Enabling Business Mission Areas - Real Property Mapping, Environmental Liabilities 22
  23. 23. Geo-Enabling DoD Business Transformation: The Defense Installation Spatial Data Infrastructure (DISDI) presentation to the COI ForumCol. Hal Tinsley Costi TudanDISDI Program Manager DISDI Architect703.604.5807 Constantin.Tudan.ctr@osd.milDefense Installation Spatial Data Infrastructure Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Installations and Environment Business Enterprise Integration 23