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StateCodeAbbreviationStateNameName2013StateSurveyParticipationTitleOfficePoCOrderActiveAddressProgramAddressProgramCoordinatorNSGIC Address WorkGroupNSGIC StateRepStatusCompleteAddressPhoneEmailProgramURLStatementStatementDate
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1ALAlabamaPhillip Henderson, GISP, PGYesDirectorAlabama Geographic Information Program Office1YesYes401 Adams Ave., Suite 460, Montgomery, AL 36104 (334) 353-1038 Phillip.Henderson@adeca.alabama.govWe do not officially have a state address coordinator in Alabama. Currently, the Alabama GIS Program Office is working to increase coordination of addresses across the state and we are making some headway. The State GIS Program Office is also working directly with the Alabama GIS Advisory Committee which has a Data Subcommittee that is looking at these issues in Alabama.7-Mar-13
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2AKAlaskaJeff SpeesYesAnalyst/Programmer IV, MS Application Development TeamDept. of Public Safety Information Services1YesNo(907) 269-5717jeffrey.spees@alaska.govHi Nathan, I’d recommend Jeffery Spees, Department of Public Safety, cc’d, and Shannon Post, MatSu Borough CIO shannon.post@matsugov.us. Per the information sent by Jeff, there is not much coordination in the state currently as to address data. Shannon Post has a LinkedIn group created as a follow up to the local government roundtable discussion at the state’s survey and mapping conference held last February. As far as I know each municipality and/or Borough (Alaska’s version of counties) acts mostly as their own data managers for address data, and highway mileposts, etc. are commonly used as locators in many areas rather than specific addresses.10-Apr-13
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2AKAlaskaShannon PostYesCIOMatSu Borough2shannon.post@matsugov.usHi Nathan, I’d recommend Jeffery Spees, Department of Public Safety, cc’d, and Shannon Post, MatSu Borough CIO shannon.post@matsugov.us. Per the information sent by Jeff, there is not much coordination in the state currently as to address data. Shannon Post has a LinkedIn group created as a follow up to the local government roundtable discussion at the state’s survey and mapping conference held last February. As far as I know each municipality and/or Borough (Alaska’s version of counties) acts mostly as their own data managers for address data, and highway mileposts, etc. are commonly used as locators in many areas rather than specific addresses.10-Apr-13
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4AZArizonaBrian Brady YesGIS AdministratorCity of Yuma, AZ2One City Plaza, Yuma, AZ 85364(928) 373-4914informationtechnology@yumaaz.gov
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4AZArizonaGene TrobiaYesArizona State CartographerState of AZ State Land Dept1YesYesYes1616 W Adams St, Phoenix, AZ 85007-2614(602) 542-3190gtrobia@azland.gov
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5ARArkansasAdrian 'Butch' Clark YesSr. GIS Analyst (Framework Data Integrator)Arkansas Geographic Information Office 1YesYes1 Capitol Mall, 2nd Floor 2B 900, Little Rock, AR 72201501-682-2943 butch.clark@arkansas.govhttp://www.geostor.arkansas.gov/G6/Home.html?q=address+points"We do not have an official State Address Coordinator in Arkansas. I am the state contact for the NSGIC Address Working Group. Over the past three years, our staff has been coordinating with local addressing authorities to build a GIS layer of statewide physical address points, which is now approximately 70% complete; and there is action being taken, from a state perspective, to greatly expand the use of these data. We are aggressively working toward a complete dataset and one of our short term goals is to compile a comprehensive list of local addressing authorities and address reference systems. Since, any statewide maintenance plan must be based on their daily tasks and how that local information is further developed and utilized. Please, feel free to contact me at any time regarding physical address data in Arkansas. You may download our current address point features at http://www.geostor.arkansas.gov/G6/Home.html?q=address+points"7-Mar-13
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6CACaliforniaScott GregoryNoDeputy Director, GISCalifornia Department of Technology1Yes(916) 431-5449Scott.Gregory@state.ca.gov6-Sep-13
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8COColoradoJon GottsegenYesState GIS Coordinator/ArchitectGovernor's Office of Information Technology (OIT)2YesNoNoYes​601 East 18th Avenue, Suite 150, Denver, CO 80203-1494jon.gottsegen@state.co.ushttp://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite?c=Page&childpagename=OIT-StateInitiatives%2FCBONLayout&cid=1251638782536&pagename=CBONWrapper26-Feb-13
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8COColoradoNathan LowryYesGIS Outreach CoordinatorGovernor's Office of Information Technology (OIT)1YesYesYesNo​601 East 18th Avenue, Suite 220, Desk D-23, Denver, CO 80203-1494(303) 764-7801nathan.lowry@state.co.ushttp://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite?c=Page&childpagename=OIT-StateInitiatives%2FCBONLayout&cid=1251638782536&pagename=CBONWrapper26-Feb-13
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9CTConnecticutTyler J. KleykampYesOffice of Policy & Management1Yes450 Capitol Ave. MS# 54ORG, Hartford, CT 06106(860) 418-6302tyler.kleykamp@ct.gov
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10DEDelawareJohn LaznvikYesPolicy Specialist IUniversity of Deleware Center for Applied Demography and Survey Research3Yes289 Graham Hall, Academy St., Newark, Delaware 19716-7325302/831-0479JLAZ@udel.edu26-Feb-13
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10DEDelawareMatt LaickenYesMaster Street Address Guide (MSAG) CoordinatorDelaware Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS)2Yes
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10DEDelawareMiriam PomilioYesPlanner/GIS Coordinator Delaware Office of State Planning Coordination1YesYes(302) 739-3090miriam.pomilio@state.de.us
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11DCDistrict of ColumbiaDavid JacksonYesGIS AnalystOffice of the Chief Technology Officer / DC GIS1YesYesNo200 I Street, SE, 5th Floor, Washington, DC 20003(202) 724-5135davidy.jackson@dc.govhttp://octo.dc.gov/DC/OCTO/Maps+and+Apps/Online+Mapping/All+Online+Maps/Master+Address+Repository7-Mar-13
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11DCDistrict of ColumbiaMatt CrossettYesGIS Program Manager (Interim)Office of the Chief Technology Officer / DC GIS2YesNoYes200 I Street, SE, 5th Floor, Washington, DC 20003(202) 442-7100matthew.crossett@dc.govhttp://octo.dc.gov/DC/OCTO/Maps+and+Apps/Online+Mapping/All+Online+Maps/Master+Address+Repository7-Mar-13
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12FLFloridaRichard Butgereit
Yes‎Information Management Section Head Division of Emergency Management1NoNoNoYes2555 Shumard Oak, Tallahassee, FL 32399
(850) 413-9907
richard.butgereit@em.myflorida.com
Spoke with Richard - No program or coordinator. Agencies in state have the ability to be covered under NAVTEC state-wide license including a commercial address point layer.6-Aug-13
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12FLFloridaWink InfingerYesStatewide 911 CoordinatorDepartment of Management Services
2NoNoNoNo4030 Esplanade Way, Suite 135H, Tallahassee, FL 32399-0950(850) 921 0041wink.infinger@dms.myflorida.comSuggested poc from Richard Butgereit6-Aug-13
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13GAGeorgiaNoGeorgia Tech Research Institute
Information Technology and Decision Support Division
250 14th St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
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13GAGeorgiaEric McRae
NoUniversity of Georgia
1NoNoNoYes1180 E Broad St, Ste 2058, Athens, GA 30602(706) 542-3442
mcrae@cviog.itos.uga.eduNo, no, no, no but definitely interested! Georgia Emergency Management Agency has a 911 coordinator. However, Georgia is a Homerule State, making state-wide coordination difficult at best. With Transportation for the Nation - Addressing may be done sooner than later.6-Aug-13
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15HIHawaii​Arthur ButoNo​​Manager, Hawaii State GIS Program Office of Planning 1NoNoNoNo​235 S. Beretania St., 6th Floor, ​Honolulu, HI 96813
​(808) 587-2894 arthur.j.buto@dbedt.hawaii.gov No, currently there's no one or no single agency that is responsible for address data coordination for the State. It's been discussed within HIGICC, our state GIS council, but no working group yet. Hawaii does not have an active statewide geospatial address management program. I will discuss this with our council to put forward a name(s) (either from our council or this State office, or both) to represent Hawaii on your roster. 5-Apr-13
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16IDIdahoBill FarnsworthYesGIOIdaho Office of the CIO1YesYesNoYes650 W State St, Boise, Idaho208 332-1878bill.farnsworth@cio.idaho.govhttp://cloud.insideidaho.org/webApps/metadataViewer/default.aspx?path=G%3a%5cdata%5canonymous%5cigdc%5cstructures_id_igdc.shp.xmlHere is the information you request.7-Mar-13
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17ILIllinoisDan WilcoxNoInterim Bureau Chief, Information ServicesIllinois Department of Transportation1Yes2300 South Dirksen Pkwy, Rm. 101, Springfield, IL 62764217-524-0031dan.wilcox@illinois.gov
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18INIndianaPhil WorrallYesExecutive DirectorIndiana Geographic Information Council2YesYes777 Indiana Ave., Suite 210, Indianapolis, IN 46202317.504.4389pworrall@igic.orgI am looking into hiring a "Address Coordinator" to help us develop a single statewide addressing/geocoding/routing strategy to support multiple efforts including Broadband, TFTN, NG9-1-1, Census, etc… No, we have not hired anyone.6-Aug-13
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19IAIowaJim GiglieranoYesGeologist 3, Remote Sensing AnalystIowa Geological Survey, Iowa Department of Natural Resources1NoNoNo109 Trowbridge Hall, Iowa City, IA 52242-1319 (319) 335-1575James.Giglierano@dnr.iowa.govWe currently don’t have anyone leading this effort. Jim Giglierano from the Iowa DNR had been leading an address point collection project which no longer has funding. If you’d like his contact information, please let me know. We are currently working on our Next Generation 911 project which we hope will open some eyes to the need for both a program and a person to coordinate.20-Aug-13
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19IAIowaJonathan PaoliYesGIS/Information Technology SpecialistIowa Homeland Security & Emergency Management, Joint Forces Headquarters26100 NW 78th Ave. Johnston, IA 50131(515) 323-4384 jonathan.paoli@iowa.govWe currently don’t have anyone leading this effort. Jim Giglierano from the Iowa DNR had been leading an address point collection project which no longer has funding. If you’d like his contact information, please let me know. We are currently working on our Next Generation 911 project which we hope will open some eyes to the need for both a program and a person to coordinate.20-Aug-13
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20KSKansasIvan WeichertYesGIOKansas Office of Information Technology and Services1YesNoYesYes900 SW Jackson ST, Rm 751, Topeka KS 66612785-296-0257ivan.weichert@ks.govhttp://oits.ks.gov/kito/gis
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20KSKansasKen NelsonYesDirectorKansas Data Access and Support Center2YesYesNoNo1930 Constant AVE, Lawrence KS 66047785-864-2164nelson@kgs.ku.eduhttp://www.kansasgis.org
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21KYKentuckyThomas J. Rossman
Yes1NoNoNoYes100 Fair Oaks Lane, Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 564-6412
thomas.rossman@ky.gov
No one, no, no one5-Apr-13
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22LALouisianaCraig JohnsonYesDirectorLouisiana Geographic Information Center, LSU1YesYesE-313 Howe Russell Bldg, Baton Rouge, LA 70803-0001
(225) 578-3479cjohnson@lsu.edu
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23MEMaineBob WhiteYes​E911 GIS team lead​Maine Office of GIS1YesYesNo​State House Station 145, ​51 Commerce Drive, ​Augusta, ME 04333-0145​Bob.White@maine.gov​Bob White leads the ​​E911 GIS team in Maine and is the one who coordinates addressing. He is cc:d on this exchange. I would say we have a very active program, coordinated with the towns, and Bob has been the one leading it for several years. Bob should be on the NSGIC Address Work Group if he is not already. I will leave this to his discretion in terms of effort as they are very busy implementing NextGen 911.5-Apr-13
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24MDMarylandBarney KrucoffYes3YesNoYes45 Calvert Street, Annapolis, MD 21401
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24MDMarylandKenny MillerYesMaryland's Deputy Geographic Information OfficerDepartment of Information Technology2YesNoYesYes45 Calvert Street, Annapolis, MD 21401(410) 260-4044ken.miller@maryland.gov 7-Mar-13
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24MDMarylandRussell ProvostYesGIS Program Coordinator - Statewide AddressingEastern Shore Regional GIS Cooperative1YesYesYesNo45 Calvert Street, Annapolis, MD 21401410 260 7318 russell.provost@maryland.gov26-Feb-13
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25MAMassachusettsChristian JacqzPartialDirector, MassGISInformation Technology Division1YesYesYesYes251 Causeway Street, 5th Floor, Boston, MA 02114(617) 619-5639christian.jacqz@state.ma.us31-Jan-13
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26MIMichiganLaura BlasticYesGeo-Framework Services ManagerDepartment of Technology, Management & Budget1YesYesYesYes111 S. Capitol Ave, Romney Building 10th Floor, Lansing, MI 48933(517) 373-7910blasticl@michigan.govWe do not have this position in Michigan25-Mar-13
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26MIMichiganRob Surber YesDirector of Service DeliveryDepartment of Technology, Management & Budget2YesNoYesYes111 S Capitol Ave, Fl 10, Lansing, MI 48933-1591(517) 373-7910surberr@michigan.govWe do not have this position in Michigan25-Mar-13
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27MNMinnesotaDan RossYesGeospatial Information OfficerMinnessota Information Technology Services1YesYes658 Cedar St, Suite 300, St. Paul, MN 55155-1621dan.ross@state.mn.usWe do not have this position in Minnesota today but we believe we are likely going to have to move that direction.7-Mar-13
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28MSMississippiJim Steil YesDirector, Mississippi Automated Resource Information SystemMississippi Institutions of Higher Learning1NoNoYesYes3825 Ridgewood Road, Jackson, MS 39211-6453(601) 432-6354 jsteil@ihl.state.ms.us
I posed your questions to our state addressing group and we determined there is NO state addressing coordinator. That said, I will serve as a placeholder until we can have a more appropriate person officially take the title.8-Aug-13
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29MOMissouriPaul WrightYesDirector - Office of Geospatial InformationInformation Technology Division1NoNoNoYes301 West High Street, Jefferson City, MO 65102(573) 522-5034Paul.Wright@oa.mo.govhttp://oa.mo.gov/itsd/gis/We do not have this position in Missouri.25-Mar-13
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30MTMontanaMichael FashowayYesStructures & Addresses Data CoordinatorMontana State Library – Geographic Information1YesYesYesNo406-444-2793mfashoway@mt.govI don’t have much in the way of strategy or planning documentation but at a high level my approach has been to solicit the addressing authorities for their data (mostly counties, but there are a few cities and tribal reservations that do their own addressing) and establish data sharing agreements with them to ensure the we will be able to keep the data updated. Thus far, I’ve been accepting any data they are willing to share and handling the standardization to our statewide database schema myself. While not a perfect situation, I’ve been reasonably successful and currently have 43 of the 56 counties in Montana participating (plus a few cities and a few reservations) and those numbers are increasing, slowly, all the time. This effort started from a GIS/SDI perspective so while I haven’t been coordinating closely our State public safety services group, I’m currently reaching out to them in anticipation of NG 911.8-Mar-13
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31NENebraskaNathan Watermeier YesState GIS CoordinatorOffice of the Chief Information Officer1YesYesYesYesPO Box 95045, Lincoln, Nebraska 68509-5045(402) 471-3206Nathan.Watermeier@nebraska.govhttp://www.nebraskamap.govWe are currently working on business plan for addressing19-Mar-13
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32NVNevadaJeff HardcastleYesState DemographerNV Small Business Development Center
1NoNoNoUniversity of Nevada - Reno, Mailstop 0032, Reno, Nevada 89557
(775) 784-6353jhardcas@unr.eduAt this time there is not an address coordinator for Nevada that I know of. 7-Aug-13
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33NHNew HampshireSean GoodwinYesNH Department of Safety, Division of Emergency Communications1No(603) 527-2069sgoodwin@e911.nh.govhttp://www.nh.gov/safety/divisions/emergservices/nh911/911mapping.html
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34NJNew JerseyAndrew T. Rowan, PhD, GISPYesDirector, NJ Office of GISOffice of Information Technology, State of New Jersey1YesYesYes200 Riverview Plaza, PO Box 212, Trenton, NJ 08625(609) 633-0276andrew.rowan@oit.state.nj.usWe don’t specifically have that role defined in NJ. To the extent that it is happening, it is me (and my staff.)7-Mar-13
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35NMNew MexicoGar ClarkeYesGeospatial Program ManagerDept. of Information Technology2YesNoNoYes505-827-1663george.clarke@state.nm.usThe DFA through the E911 Program collects Address Point Data from local governments and processes these data into a Statewide Layer. The development of these data are not totally formalized nor standardized. However, DFA is in the process of implementing a stronger data collection process to support NG11, and the Geospatial Community is interested in providing a technical strategy to incorporate/merge and normalize other data sources. The planning is rather clear, yet the funding sources are not. 9-Aug-13
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35NMNew MexicoGlenn CondonYesE911 Geospatial CoordinatorDepartment of Finance and Administration (DFA)1YesYes505.827-4977glenn.condon@state.nm.usThe DFA through the E911 Program collects Address Point Data from local governments and processes these data into a Statewide Layer. The development of these data are not totally formalized nor standardized. However, DFA is in the process of implementing a stronger data collection process to support NG11, and the Geospatial Community is interested in providing a technical strategy to incorporate/merge and normalize other data sources. The planning is rather clear, yet the funding sources are not. 9-Aug-13
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36NYNew YorkBill JohnsonPartialGIS Program OfficeNYS Office of Information Technology Services (ITS)2YesNoYesYes1220 Washington Avenue, State Office Campus, Building 7A, Floor 4, Albany, NY 12242518.242.5032William.Johnson@its.ny.govhttp://www.dhses.ny.gov/ocs/streets/Documentation on the project is at: http://www.dhses.ny.gov/ocs/streets/, and questions would be best addressed by Cheryl Benjamin (cc’d above)7-Aug-13
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36NYNew YorkCheryl BenjaminPartialGIS Program OfficeNYS Office of Information Technology Services (ITS)1YesYesYesNo1220 Washington Avenue, State Office Campus, Building 7A, Floor 4, Albany, NY 12242(518) 242-5034CBenjamin@dhses.ny.govhttp://www.dhses.ny.gov/ocs/streets/Documentation on the project is at: http://www.dhses.ny.gov/ocs/streets/, and questions would be best addressed by Cheryl Benjamin (cc’d above)7-Aug-13
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37NCNorth CarolinaJoe SewashYes (paper)Program ManagerOffice of State CIO-North Carolina Center for Geographic Information and Analysis1YesYesYesNo20322 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699-0322919.754.6590joe.sewash@gmail.comhttp://www.addressnc.net/
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38NDNorth DakotaBob NutschYesGIS Coordinator2YesNoYesYes(701) 328-3212bnutsch@nd.govWe do not currently have an active statewide address data management program. However, we are in the early stages of beginning of developing one as we begin a centerline/address point program. We do not have an address program coordinator though the lead contact for our in-progress project is: Jon Tonneson, GIS Chief, Department of Emergency Services, jstonneson@nd.gov.15-Apr-13
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38NDNorth DakotaJon TonnesonYesGIS ChiefDepartment of Emergency Services1YesNoYes(701) 328-8120 jstonneson@nd.gov.We do not currently have an active statewide address data management program. However, we are in the early stages of beginning of developing one as we begin a centerline/address point program. We do not have an address program coordinator though the lead contact for our in-progress project is: Jon Tonneson, GIS Chief, Department of Emergency Services, jstonneson@nd.gov.12-Apr-13
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39OHOhioJeff SmithYesSpatial Data Infrastructure ManagerOhio Geographically Referenced Information Program, Office of Information Technology177 S. High St., 19th Floor, Columbus, OH 43215614.466.8862jeff.smith@ohio.govThat would be me.8-Mar-13
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40OKOklahomaMike SharpYesState Geographic Information CoordinatorOffice of Geographic Information 1NoNoYes4545 N. Lincoln Blvd., Suite 11A, Oklahoma City, OK 73105-3413405-521-4813Mike.Sharp@conservation.ok.govOklahoma is presently working on developing an address standard for the state. This project began in April, 2011 and last Friday the framework of the standard was presented to our State GI Council. We are soliciting comments from various user groups, individuals and the public. We hope to publish the standard within the coming year. We are trying to develop the standard such that it is consistent with those in surrounding states and the FGDC National Standard. We do not have an Active address management program at this time. As chair of the State GI Council and State GI Coordinator I have been chairing the Address Standard Workgroup. Once the standard is developed we hope to have identified someone or group that will be the steward of the standard. For now please identify me as the POC and add me to the NSGIC Address Work Group.8-Apr-13
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41OROregonCy Smith, GISPYesOregon State GIODAS/CIO Geospatial Enterprise Office2YesYesYesYes155 Cottage St NE, 4th Floor, Salem, OR 97301503-378-6066cy.smith@state.or.us26-Feb-13
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41OROregonEd Arabas, GISPYesSenior Operations & Policy AnalystDAS/Chief Information Office3YesNoYes155 Cottage St NE, 4th Floor, Salem, OR 97301503-378-6111edward.p.arabas@state.or.us We are in the process of developing an address point repository and will have a limited duration project manager soon. As of now, best contact is Cy.18-Mar-13
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41OROregon​Keith MassieYesAddress Repository Project Manager1YesYesYes155 Cottage St NE, 4th Floor, Salem, OR 97301keith.massie@state.or.usI was hired by Cy Smith (and I work with Ed Arabas) this past Monday to a one year temporary position with the State of Oregon. My position is to build a statewide address point database for Oregon. 31-Jul-13
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42PAPennsylvaniaStacey White
NoOffice of Admin., Office for IT
1NoNoNoYes1 Technology Park, Harrisburg, PA 17110(717) 783-4883
stwhite@pa.gov
​I'm not aware of who the contact would be. To the best of my knowledge PA does not have an address data management program or coordinator.6-Aug-13
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44RIRhode IslandShane D. White, GISPPartialRIGIS CoordinatorState of Rhode Island, Division of Planning1YesYesYesYes1 Capitol Hl 3rd Fl, Providence, RI 02908-5872401.222-6483Shane.White@doa.ri.govAddress coordination performed by RIGIS Coordinator. Data maintenance performed by RI E9-1-1. Data available for free download on RIGIS website.26-Feb-13
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45SCSouth CarolinaTimothy M. De Troye, PhD, GISPYes1Yes1000 Assembly St, Ste 134, Columbia, SC 29201(803) 734-3894detroyet@gis.sc.gov
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46SDSouth DakotaChristopher MarshBad Email1YesChristopher.Marsh@state.sd.us
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47TNTennessee​Andrew GriswoldYes​GIS Manager​Office for Information Resources, ​Finance and Administration1YesYesYesNo​312 Rosa L. Parks Ave, Suite 1600, ​Nashville TN 37243​615-532-7830Andrew.Griswold@tn.govhttp://gis.tn.gov/tips/​TN is very active in NG911 and GIS is playing a significant role. ​Here's our webpage that talks more about it: http://gis.tn.gov/tips/16-Aug-13
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48TXTexasJames E. Scott IIIYesDirectorTexas Natural Resources Information System1Yes1700 N. Congress, Room B-40, Austin, Texas 78701(512) 475-3842Jim.Scott@twdb.state.tx.us
Jim Scott reported by phone that TX has a de facto process for providing address data statewide between the State DOT and Emergency Communications office, so efforts are afoot. They have recently organized their State-wide efforts in committee to support their statuatory requirements for their GIO. One committee will be for transportion data to include addresses, and the committee chair is yet to be determined - probably by September for the Annual Conference the announcement of their poc can be made.6-Aug-13
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49UTUtahBert GranbergYesDirectorUtah Automated Geographic Reference Center (AGRC)2YesNoYesYes1 State Office Bldg, Rm 5130, Salt Lake City, UT 84114801 538-3163bgranberg@utah.gov31-Jan-13
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49UTUtahSean FernandezYesSurveyorUtah Automated Geographic Reference Center (AGRC)1YesYesNo1 State Office Bldg, Rm 5130, Salt Lake City, UT 84114sfernandez@utah.govI added Sean Fernandez to this list as he'll be at the address summit for AGRC. He's our AGRC Surveyor and manages the AGRC staff responsible for our NTIA funded county address pt and outreach effort her in Utah.12-Apr-13
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50VTVermontDavid BrotzmanYesCenter for Geographic Information1Yes58 S Main St, Ste 2, Waterbury, VT 05676-1517(802) 882-3003davidb@vcgi.org
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51VAVirginiaDan WidnerYesVGIN CoordinatorChesterfield Enterprise Solutions Center1YesYesYesYes11751 Meadowville Lane, Chester, VA 23638(804) 416-6198dan.widner@vita.virginia.gov26-Feb-13
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53WAWashingtonDan MillerPartialdept. of Military2But that doesn't include addressing for e911 or ng911. That person would be Dan Miller with the dept. of Military
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53WAWashingtonJoy PaulusPartialOffice of the Chief Information Officer1YesYesPO Box 43113, Olympia, WA 98504-3113(360) 902-3447joy.paulus@ofm.wa.govI guess that would fall to me int he general sense. But that doesn't include addressing for e911 or ng911. That person would be Dan Miller with the dept. of Military5-Apr-13
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54WVWest VirginiaJennings StarcherYesGIS ManagerWest Virginia Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management1YesYesNo​1900 Kanawha Blvd. East, ​Building 1, Room EB-80, ​Charleston, WV 25305-0360(304) 558-5380​Jennings.N.Starcher@wv.gov http://www.dhsem.wv.gov/gis/Pages/default.aspx
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55WIWisconsinCurt PulfordYesWisconsin State GIODepartment of Administration, Division of Enterprise Technology1NoNoYesYesDesired101 East Wilson St., PO Box 7844, Madison, WI 53707-7844(608) 261-5042curtis.pulford@wisconsin.govNo interest from 911 Special Committee, or DOT. Upcoming parcels work will be a beginning for addresses19-Mar-13
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56WYWyomingKaren RogersYesGeospatial Enterprise ArchitectWyoming Department of Enterprise Technology Services1NoNoYesEmerson Building, Room #237, 2001 Capitol Avenue, Cheyenne, WY 82002307-777-8252Karen.rogers@wyo.govWe do not, and are (unfortunately) are not heading that direction any time soon.7-Mar-13
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60ASAmerican SamoaRobert KochNoGIS CoordinatorAmerican Samoa Coastal Management Program (ASCMP), Department of Commerce, American Samoa Government1NoNo684-633-5566robert.koch@doc.ashttp://portal.gis.doc.as/LandUse/There is no address system in American Samoa. This is partially because the territory uses a land tenure ownership system that is managed within each village. There is no official lot-block-parcel system either (digital or hard copy). We have had initial discussions on how to go about developing an internal name scheme to support permitting and licensing. Ideally it would be coded in a manner that reflects the district,village, type, etc.8-Aug-13
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66GUGuamJoe GuevarraNoBuilding Permits Chief InspectorDepartment of Public Works Building Permits One Stop Center1671-646-3104/34/8 /44joe.guevarra@dpw.guam.govAt this time the home and building addresses are assigned at the Department of Public Works Building Permits One Stop Center. Mr. Joe Guevarra, Building Permits Chief Inspector in the head individual there. Phone 671-646-3104/34/8 /44 Fax 646-3130 Email. joe.guevarra@dpw.guam.gov or guaminspector@yahoo.com However, appropriately you may want to address it the Director of Public Works Attention, Chief Building Permits Inspector. DPWs website at www.dpw.guam.gov has the directors email, phone numbers and mailing address. The other government of Guam agency that has an active role in ensuring that addresses are current is the Department of revenue and Taxation. Their website is www.guamtax.com. There is also the Department of Land Management. However, the former is interested in taxing lands and building while the latter is more involved with parcels records and land use zoning. The Bureau of Statistics and plans (BSP),as the comprehensive planning agency under the Office of the Governor has tried for years to get our address system automated and into a geospatial format for use on a GIS system. BSP updated the streets layer in 2008 and has kept it current since then. The last address update unfortunately was circa 1996. The addresses are recorded geospatially on mylar maps at DPW. So there is a need to update those addresses to current ground condition. Fortunately there is a real estate re-evaluation project underway that may accomplish that and the automation of the DPW building permits system. So is it an active geospatial statewide address management program. I would say there are active programs attempting to update and automate the statewide address system but right now is not coordinated properly at the right level between agencies responsible for addressing on Guam. Address Program Coordinator? The closest position at this time title to that is probably the chief inspector at DPW, who answers to the director. It may actually be time to create or establish a separate position because the chief inspector’s responsibilities are geared more towards building safety than maintaining and automating the address GIS layer. It could possibly exist at DPW or the RevTax agency.8-Apr-13
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69MPNorthern Mariana IslandsJustin AndrewYesCentral Statistics Division, Department of Commerce, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI)1YesYesSaipan, MP 96950 (670) 664-3023/3045/3077cnmi.csd@commerce.gov.mpBy the mandates of Public Law 7-35 (CNMI Statistical Act of 1990) this office is tasked to perform such function - therefore; Justin is the contact person or point of contact. 14-Aug-13
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72PRPuerto RicoIván SantiagoYesGIS Specialist, Information TechnologiesOffice of Management and Budget1NoNoYesDesiredCalle Cruz 254, PO Box 9023228, San Juan, PR 00902-3228787.725.9420 x 2378isantiago@ogp.pr.govI’m not aware of any address coordination at the local level government. The office of the Postmaster (USPS) here is coordinating address standardization in some municipalities. This will take several years. If there is an effort or efforts, they are at the municipal level coordinated with USPS. The USPS in PR is coordinating address data mgmt. There are a couple of problems here regarding addresses. The address system is chaotic in terms of US standard. The problem grew up when the Island began to industrialize and migration from rural areas took place since 1950’s. The government did not have the vision of standardizing addresses. They left housing developers put the names and house numbers. Imagine that, without any guidelines, rules. We can have one (or more) street(s) with a number repeated elsewhere in the same municipality! i.e. multiple “Street name: Calle #1, house number: 1” What a mess... The second problem lies on rural areas and ‘underdeveloped’ wards inside cities with streets not having names or numbers. It seems like nobody cares about this and then left the problem to USPS. How the mailman find an address? Two things: everybody adds the ‘settlement’ name and this helps to differentiate between streets with the same name second is the zip code. Most municipalities have one ZC, others more populated may have more than 3 or four. I’d appreciate your help on ideas on how to coordinate at state level with the USPS. Born out of the necessity for our survey projects to properly draw a representative sample size, in 2001 the office created a Master Address Register File with Maps of all Housing Units on the Three Islands of Saipan, Tinian and Rota. This Address file was updated in 2003 and in 2005. Procedure used was US Census Bureau's Mapping and Address Register procedure of using unique geographical location recording of Assignment Areas - Block - Mapspot. The Islands were divided up into survey Assignment Areas and survey Blocks.Mapsets were printed and were given to Field Mappers to place dots at the approximate place were a housing unit was at and list certain attributes of that spot. This information came back to our office and was fed into a database tied to the map files (ArcView shapes). Conclusion, We do not have an Active statewide geospatial address data management program, but some sort of which we use every now and then to conduct our surveys and the latest 2010 Census. When funds become available, we update. In the meantime, we are working to secure funding for a slightly different but related purposes - with Updating of our Address Registers and Maps in mind, we propose to upgrade now and use GPS units with Satellite images. If all goes well and funds are secured, this could be done in the next few months. 12-Apr-13
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74UMU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsSusan WhiteNoProject LeaderUS Minor Outlying Islands Offices, US Fish and Wildlife, Pacific Reefs NWRC
1300 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 5-231, Box 50167, Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96850808-792-9550Pacific_Reefs@fws.govJohnson Atoll used to have zipcodes. Paved streets. Named streets, no signs. No infrastructure on rest of islands. No addresses. Use lat/long to say where they are Baker, Rose, etc. Pago Pago, Wake Atoll refuge - Island Wake Atoll managed by USAF, do have streets - Post office to get mail, Midway - managed by sister office on its own Sue Shollmeister, Hawaii and Pacific Island National Refuge Complex, Wake Atoll-USAF, Midway - USFWS, Hawaiian Archipeligo marine national monument USFWS/NOAA/State of Hawaii, Curaii is State Sanctuary. Nihua Gardner, Maro reef under Hawaiian Islands refuge. Johnston, Javis, Baker, Howland, Mariana Trench, Midway Atoll National ( Hawaii and Pacific Islands National Wildlife Complex is the Parent for all complexes.) Pacific Reefs complex also. Guam refuge. Kendra Maty - GIS in Reality (Oregon). kendra_maty@fws.gov (503) 231-6161/6841, [Stephan Krotilowski, Pacific Reef Office]27-Sep-13
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78VIVirgin IslandsStevie HenryYesUniversity of Virgin Islands - ECC1YesChristopher GeorgeYes#2 John Brewer's Bay, St. Thomas, VI 00802(340) 693-1033shenry@uvi.edu
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