2017 State Government GMA (Responses)
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TimestampNameOrganization/Agency NameStateEmail AddressList your state's top three accomplishments during the past year.List your state's top three goals for the coming year.List your state's top three challenges in the coming year.Describe any significant data development activities, innovative applications, cost saving measures, contracts, etc. that are ongoing or that your state has begun over the past year (if not described above).Over the past year, which of following funding sources has your state utilized to help maintain enterprise-level GIS coordination efforts or GIS data development/acquisition?If you indicated that you were using federal grants or other types of federal agreements above, please indicate the federal departments or agencies providing funding assistance.Enter the complete URL for your State GIS Data Clearinghouse website. (Include http:// or https://)Enter the complete URL for your State's GIO office website. (Include http:// or https://)Enter the complete URL for your state's GIS Council website. (Include http:// or https://)Provide a very brief description and a complete URL for any GIS-related statutes in your state. These can include establishment of the coordination office, sustained funding sources, public record laws, or other relevant laws.Rank order the following list of government business lines for their relative impact on your operations. Assign each impact level 1-10 only once. -- You may need to scroll horizontally to see all 10 boxes --. [Agriculture]Rank order the following list of government business lines for their relative impact on your operations. Assign each impact level 1-10 only once. -- You may need to scroll horizontally to see all 10 boxes --. [Economic development]Rank order the following list of government business lines for their relative impact on your operations. Assign each impact level 1-10 only once. -- You may need to scroll horizontally to see all 10 boxes --. [Elections Management]Rank order the following list of government business lines for their relative impact on your operations. Assign each impact level 1-10 only once. -- You may need to scroll horizontally to see all 10 boxes --. [Environmental protection]Rank order the following list of government business lines for their relative impact on your operations. Assign each impact level 1-10 only once. -- You may need to scroll horizontally to see all 10 boxes --. [Health services or issues]Rank order the following list of government business lines for their relative impact on your operations. Assign each impact level 1-10 only once. -- You may need to scroll horizontally to see all 10 boxes --. [Land use planning / Land records]Rank order the following list of government business lines for their relative impact on your operations. Assign each impact level 1-10 only once. -- You may need to scroll horizontally to see all 10 boxes --. [Natural resources management]Rank order the following list of government business lines for their relative impact on your operations. Assign each impact level 1-10 only once. -- You may need to scroll horizontally to see all 10 boxes --. [Public Safety, 9-1-1, Emergency Management]Rank order the following list of government business lines for their relative impact on your operations. Assign each impact level 1-10 only once. -- You may need to scroll horizontally to see all 10 boxes --. [Tax / revenue requirements]Rank order the following list of government business lines for their relative impact on your operations. Assign each impact level 1-10 only once. -- You may need to scroll horizontally to see all 10 boxes --. [Transportation]Rank order the following list of operational issues for their relative impact on your operations. Assign each impact level 1-8 only once. [Cloud computing]Rank order the following list of operational issues for their relative impact on your operations. Assign each impact level 1-8 only once. [Funding - data acquisition, development (new)]Rank order the following list of operational issues for their relative impact on your operations. Assign each impact level 1-8 only once. [Funding - general operations and coordination]Rank order the following list of operational issues for their relative impact on your operations. Assign each impact level 1-8 only once. [Funding - IT infrastructure]Rank order the following list of operational issues for their relative impact on your operations. Assign each impact level 1-8 only once. [IT infrastructure strategy/consolidation]Rank order the following list of operational issues for their relative impact on your operations. Assign each impact level 1-8 only once. [Mobile applications]Rank order the following list of operational issues for their relative impact on your operations. Assign each impact level 1-8 only once. [Open data]Rank order the following list of operational issues for their relative impact on your operations. Assign each impact level 1-8 only once. [Open source implementations]Rank order the following list of operational issues for their relative impact on your operations. Assign each impact level 1-8 only once. [Row 9]Does your state have a GIO?In which agency is the GIO housed? (Pick the most appropriate answer.)To whom does the GIO directly report?Select the type of authorization that created the GIO/coordination position.Indicate the number of full-time staff that the GIO directs. (Include contract staff.)Estimate the number of full-time staff that Direct or Lead agency or division GIS operations elsewhere in state government (GIS Manager, Director, or GIS Lead)Does your state have a GIS strategic planWhen (year) was the strategic plan last updated?Indicate your level of agreement with following statements about your state's strategic plan. [Strategic plan is still relevant]Indicate your level of agreement with following statements about your state's strategic plan. [Strategic plan is being implemented]Indicate your level of agreement with following statements about your state's strategic plan. [Strategic plan was developed in collaboration with the stakeholder community]Enter the complete URL for your state's current strategic plan, if applicable. (Include http:// or https://)Does your state have one or more GIS business plans? Business plans can deal with a variety of topics, including applying portfolio management, implementing a geospatial clearinghouse, or developing a particular data layer. They are normally (not always) called for in your strategic plan.Enter the complete URL for your state's current business plan(s).In your opinion, what are the 3 GIS topic areas for which your state would benefit most from new or refreshed business plans?Does your state have a state GIS coordination council? (check all that apply)If you have an official GIS coordination council, please select the type of authorization that created the council.Indicate your level of agreement with the following statement: "This stakeholder group actively participates in meetings and activities of the coordination council." If the group is not eligible for membership in the council, indicate not applicable. [Federal agencies]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statement: "This stakeholder group actively participates in meetings and activities of the coordination council." If the group is not eligible for membership in the council, indicate not applicable. [State agencies]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statement: "This stakeholder group actively participates in meetings and activities of the coordination council." If the group is not eligible for membership in the council, indicate not applicable. [Tribal governments]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statement: "This stakeholder group actively participates in meetings and activities of the coordination council." If the group is not eligible for membership in the council, indicate not applicable. [County or parish governments]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statement: "This stakeholder group actively participates in meetings and activities of the coordination council." If the group is not eligible for membership in the council, indicate not applicable. [Municipal or township governments]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statement: "This stakeholder group actively participates in meetings and activities of the coordination council." If the group is not eligible for membership in the council, indicate not applicable. [Regional governments]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statement: "This stakeholder group actively participates in meetings and activities of the coordination council." If the group is not eligible for membership in the council, indicate not applicable. [Academia]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statement: "This stakeholder group actively participates in meetings and activities of the coordination council." If the group is not eligible for membership in the council, indicate not applicable. [K-12 schools]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statement: "This stakeholder group actively participates in meetings and activities of the coordination council." If the group is not eligible for membership in the council, indicate not applicable. [Utilities]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statement: "This stakeholder group actively participates in meetings and activities of the coordination council." If the group is not eligible for membership in the council, indicate not applicable. [Utility locators (e.g. Miss Utility or 811)]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statement: "This stakeholder group actively participates in meetings and activities of the coordination council." If the group is not eligible for membership in the council, indicate not applicable. [Emergency management community]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statement: "This stakeholder group actively participates in meetings and activities of the coordination council." If the group is not eligible for membership in the council, indicate not applicable. [Law enforcement community]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statement: "This stakeholder group actively participates in meetings and activities of the coordination council." If the group is not eligible for membership in the council, indicate not applicable. [State 911 board (or equivalent PSAP representation)]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statement: "This stakeholder group actively participates in meetings and activities of the coordination council." If the group is not eligible for membership in the council, indicate not applicable. [Transportion dept]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statement: "This stakeholder group actively participates in meetings and activities of the coordination council." If the group is not eligible for membership in the council, indicate not applicable. [GIS service providers (business)]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statement: "This stakeholder group actively participates in meetings and activities of the coordination council." If the group is not eligible for membership in the council, indicate not applicable. [General business]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statement: "This stakeholder group actively participates in meetings and activities of the coordination council." If the group is not eligible for membership in the council, indicate not applicable. [General public]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statements about data sharing. [State statute sets specific expectations or requirements for the sharing of geospatial data]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statements about data sharing. [The state has a standardized intergovernmental data sharing agreement in place.]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statements about data sharing. [The standardized intergovernmental data sharing agreement is effective.]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statements about data sharing. [The state's open records law makes data publicly available (unless expressly restricted) at no cost or at cost of distribution.]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statements about data sharing. [The state's open records law allows for the collection of fees for the distribution of GIS data.]Indicate your level of agreement with the following statements about data sharing. [The state's open records law allows agencies to copyright their data.]In 2014, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) lost the ability to partner with the states on 133-cities orthoimagery acquisitions. Please describe how the loss of this program has impacted your state.Describe the involvement of the state GIO or GIS coordinator in your state's efforts to implement Next Generation 9-1-1. Check all that apply.Indicate the level of completion of the parcel data layer as a percentage.Indicate the approximate 2017 funding level for developing and/or maintaining the state-level collection of parcel data layer in dollars, if applicable.Respond to the following statements about your statewide parcel database. If you indicated you plan to develop this data layer in the next 24 months, answer these questions based on your planned implementation. [A systematic program is in place to collect this data from local government.]Respond to the following statements about your statewide parcel database. If you indicated you plan to develop this data layer in the next 24 months, answer these questions based on your planned implementation. [There is a designated aggregator or steward for this data layer.]Respond to the following statements about your statewide parcel database. If you indicated you plan to develop this data layer in the next 24 months, answer these questions based on your planned implementation. [This data layer is publicly accessible without restriction.]Respond to the following statements about your statewide parcel database. If you indicated you plan to develop this data layer in the next 24 months, answer these questions based on your planned implementation. [This data layer is available on a public web mapping service.]Respond to the following statements about your statewide parcel database. If you indicated you plan to develop this data layer in the next 24 months, answer these questions based on your planned implementation. [This data is available in standardized formats or data model.]Respond to the following statements about your statewide parcel database. If you indicated you plan to develop this data layer in the next 24 months, answer these questions based on your planned implementation. [This data layer is based on vector boundaries (polygons) for parcels.]Respond to the following statements about your statewide parcel database. If you indicated you plan to develop this data layer in the next 24 months, answer these questions based on your planned implementation. [This data uses an alternative approach like parcel centeroids in lieu of polygon boundaries.]Respond to the following statements about your statewide parcel database. If you indicated you plan to develop this data layer in the next 24 months, answer these questions based on your planned implementation. [Assessment-related attribute data are in the public domain (e.g. valuation, land use, etc.)]Respond to the following statements about your statewide parcel database. If you indicated you plan to develop this data layer in the next 24 months, answer these questions based on your planned implementation. [Ownership-related attribute data are in the public domain (e.g. names, mailing address etc.)]If this data layer is 'split' between parcel centroids and parcel polygons, what percentage of the state is available in centroids? (Use numbers only from 0 to 100 for percent completion.)If this data layer is 'split' between parcel centroids and parcel polygons, what percentage of the state is available in polygons? (Use numbers only from 0 to 100 for percent completion.)Indicate the level of completion of the high resolution orthoimagery data layer (< 1 meter pixels) as a percentage.Indicate the 2017 funding level for the orthoimagery data layers in dollars.Respond to the following statements about your statewide high resolution orthoimagery data. If you indicated that you plan to develop this data layer in the next 24 months, answer these questions based on your planned implementation. [A systematic program is in place to collect this data with local government.]Respond to the following statements about your statewide high resolution orthoimagery data. If you indicated that you plan to develop this data layer in the next 24 months, answer these questions based on your planned implementation. [There is a designated steward for this data layer.]Respond to the following statements about your statewide high resolution orthoimagery data. If you indicated that you plan to develop this data layer in the next 24 months, answer these questions based on your planned implementation. [This data layer is publicly accessible without restriction.]Respond to the following statements about your statewide high resolution orthoimagery data. If you indicated that you plan to develop this data layer in the next 24 months, answer these questions based on your planned implementation. [The state program utilizes licensed orthoimagery data]Respond to the following statements about your statewide high resolution orthoimagery data. If you indicated that you plan to develop this data layer in the next 24 months, answer these questions based on your planned implementation. [This data layer is available on a public web mapping services.]Respond to the following statements about your statewide high resolution orthoimagery data. If you indicated that you plan to develop this data layer in the next 24 months, answer these questions based on your planned implementation. [This data layer is available in standardized format or data model.]Check all the boxes that apply to describe the largest scale (most detailed ground sample resolution - GSR) statewide orthoimagery produced or procured by your state. If you have more than one statewide coverage (multiple years), answer these questions for your most recent acquisition. [3-inch GSR]Check all the boxes that apply to describe the largest scale (most detailed ground sample resolution - GSR) statewide orthoimagery produced or procured by your state. If you have more than one statewide coverage (multiple years), answer these questions for your most recent acquisition. [6-inch GSR]Check all the boxes that apply to describe the largest scale (most detailed ground sample resolution - GSR) statewide orthoimagery produced or procured by your state. If you have more than one statewide coverage (multiple years), answer these questions for your most recent acquisition. [12-inch GSR]
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8/7/2017 12:22:19Bert GranbergUtah AGRCUTbgranberg@utah.gov1. Regional High Res Ortho and Lidar Acquisitions
2. Land Information Records Enhancements (Assessor-level attributes, PLSS Fabric, PLSS Preservation Grants
3. Road and Address Data Enhancements
1. Regional High Res Ortho and Lidar Acquisitions
2. Enhancing NG911 Data Layers and Associated Data Upkeep Processes
3. Recreation-related GIS Layers and Services
1. Partnership funding for High Res Ortho and Lidar (particularly for Federal Lands)
2. Strategy for Shared Geospatial Infrastructure & Services
3. Coordination Across Breadth & Depth of Geospatial
Federal partnership (BAA, MOA, contract, etc.), 911 tax/fee, State general fund appropriation, Ad-hoc multi-agency partnership funding (state and/or local government, utilities, etc.)Interior (DOI)https://gis.utah.gov/datahttps://gis.utah.govhttp://ugic.orghttps://gis.utah.gov/about/code/10 - Least impact5769421 - Greatest Impact83531 - Greatest Impact42678 - Least impactYes - official state-level GIO (or equivalent...note this applies to all uses of the term GIO in this survey)State CIO's officeState CIOStatute10 to 1413Yes2008AgreeAgreeStrongly agreehttps://gis.utah.gov/about/strategic-and-business-plans/Yes - multiple business planshttps://gis.utah.gov/about/strategic-and-business-plans/shared infrastructure, geospatial enterprise fund (aerials, lidar, and other investments), local to state data sharing processesYes - unofficial, but activeIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendDoes not attendIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendDoes not attendStrongly agreeDisagreeNot applicableStrongly agreeDisagreeStrongly disagreeLost half of the partnership funding being used to purchase urban high resolution imageryDeeply involved, Working on new standards to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Building and maintaining data to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Our office has a formally defined role or relationship to the state 9-1-1 board or equivalent body96% to 100%$100,000YesYesYesYesYesYesNoYesNo96% to 100%$150,000YesNoNoYesNoYesLeaf-On, Natural color, Aerial, Licensed
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8/7/2017 14:33:00Jeff SmithOhio Geographically Referenced Information ProgramOhiojeff.smith@ohio.govHired an Executive Director for the OGRIP Council, Started 3rd iteration of the Ohio Statewide Imagery Program - 6IN Statewide, Established GIS Hosting and Enterprise Geocoding as Core Shared ServicesDevelop a State LiDAR Plan, Implement State Owned property reporting strategy, fully utilize the NSGIC GIS InventoryCommunicating the benefits of GIS to other state agencies, Building partnerships and identifying resources for data development and maintenance activities, Supporting state and local government transition to NG9-1-1.Adoption of new technology to greatly reduce the cost of acquisition for the Statewide Imagery Program, developing a statewide data maintenance process for locally maintained street centerlines and addresses.Federal partnership (BAA, MOA, contract, etc.), Ad-hoc multi-agency partnership funding (state and/or local government, utilities, etc.)Interior (DOI), Transportation (DOT)http://ogrip.oit.ohio.gov/ServicesData/GEOhioSpatialInformationPortal/AboutGEOhioSpatialInformationPortal.aspxhttp://ogrip.oit.ohio.govhttp://ogrip.oit.ohio.gov/Coordination/AboutOGRIP/Council.aspxEstablished Council to support Real Property Management and Inventory http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/125.901910 - Least impact86754321 - Greatest Impact6254371 - Greatest Impact8 - Least impactYes - official statewide GIS coordinator (not officially called GIO, but authorized to perform statewide coordination work on a full-time basis)Administration/Management department/agencyState CIOStatute1 to 4SixYes2012Strongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly agreehttp://ogrip.oit.ohio.gov/LinkClick.aspx?link=http%3a%2f%2fgis3.oit.ohio.gov%2fOGRIPWeb%2fCouncil%2fpublications%2freports%2f2011-2016_OH_50_StatesPlanningDocument_Final.pdf&tabid=77&mid=410NoEnterprise Service Adoption, Reducing redundant resource allocation, Improve efficiencies Yes - official, formally recognized by state governmentStatueIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendDoes not attendDoes not attendRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendDoes not attendDoes not attendDisagreeDisagreeNot applicableStrongly agreeDisagreeDisagreeThe original 2006 Statewide Imagery program would not have been possible without the participation of NGA. By 2010 the funding assistance provided to Ohio from NGA had pretty much dried up. The loss in 2014 had little impact. Deeply involved, Coordinating with local governments to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Working on new standards to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Building and maintaining data to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Our office has a seat on the state 9-1-1 board or equivalent body, Our office has a formally defined role or relationship to the state 9-1-1 board or equivalent bodyWe are planning to implement an authoritative statewide parcel database within the next 24 months.$0YesYesNoYesYesYesNoYesYes75% to 95%$450,000YesYesYesNoYesYesLeaf-Off, Natural color, Aerial, Public domainLeaf-Off, Natural color, Color infrared, 4-Band, Aerial
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8/14/2017 14:26:56Dan RossMinnesota Geospatial Information OfficeMinnesotadan.ross@state.mn.us1. Collaborative secure portal for obtaining and sharing data with Local Government
2. Re-establishment of State Agency Collaboration Team Meetings and Workgroups
3. Growth of the MN Geospatial Commons to 695 Data Resources published by 29 different organizations
1. Completion of statewide sustainable shared centerlines from authoritative sources in a standard data model.
2. Completion of statewide addresses from authoritative sources in a standard data model.
3. New agencies and partners added to the shared service model
1. Keeping staff skills up to date with current geospatial technologies
2. Ongoing and sustainable collaboration with partners
3. Resources for geospatial programs, staff and services
Wildlife/Hunting/Fishing tax/fee, Environmental protection tax/fee, Federal grant, 911 tax/fee, Cost-recovery fees for geospatial services, Assessment on state agencies (or state IT internal service fund), State enterprise geospatial fund (dedicated/restricted fund), Ad-hoc multi-agency partnership funding (state and/or local government, utilities, etc.)Transportation (DOT)https://gisdata.mn.gov/http://www.mngeo.state.mn.us/http://www.mngeo.state.mn.us/councils/statewide/index.htmlEnabling law and mandates including geospatial data sharing - https://www.revisor.leg.state.mn.us/statutes/?id=16E.306810 - Least impact54721 - Greatest Impact9371 - Greatest Impact2638 - Least impact45Yes - official state-level GIO (or equivalent...note this applies to all uses of the term GIO in this survey)State CIO's office (including state Technology Department if led by CIO)Other manager in the CIO's officeStatute20 or more6Yes2017Strongly agreeStrongly agreeAgreeNoGIS Operations, Aligning security and GIS, Geospatial data deliveryYes - official, active state GIS council defined/recognized in state STATUTE (law)StatueRegular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceDoes not attendDoes not attendRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendStrongly agreeAgreeAgreeAgreeAgreeAgreeLess cost sharing for imageryDeeply involved, Coordinating with local governments to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Working on new standards to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Building and maintaining data to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Our office has a formally defined role or relationship to the state 9-1-1 board or equivalent body96% to 100%0YesYesNoNoYesYesNoNoNo010096% to 100%0YesYesYesNoYesYes
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8/15/2017 12:35:16Curtis PulfordState Cartographer's Office - Land DepartmentArizonacpulford@azland.govActions to insure sustainability of the GIS Clearinghouse
Street Centerline multi-jurisdictional data supply chain application
Address Point multi-jurisdictional viewing/editing/validataion application
Harvesting locally sourced data into the state clearinghouse
Automating the ETL of harvested content into standardized aggregations, and map services
Examining and then Publishing state and local government best practices for sUAS's
Recent changes require GIS vendors to have technical registration (e.g. R.L.S.)
Sharing state data aggregations for multiple benefits - without damaging custodian relationships
Creative resourcing for new initiatives (public/private, grants, general fund, alternative revenue)
AZ continues to leverage the state clearinghouse (data, services, applications) for hosting the work of those unable to promote their work otherwise.Federal partnership (BAA, MOA, contract, etc.), 911 tax/fee, State fuel or road tax/feehttps://azgeo.az.gov/azgeo/https://land.az.gov/mapping-services/state-cartographers-officehttps://gis.azgeo.az.gov/agic/Changes to Arizona Revised Statutes Title 37 modernized the original statutory language.
ARS 37-173 emphasized enterprise GIS, ARS 37-178 introduced language to enhance geospatial data sharing, and ARS 37-177 established AGIC in statute.
9710 - Least impact56381 - Greatest Impact428 - Least impact1 - Greatest Impact256347Yes - official state-level GIO (or equivalent...note this applies to all uses of the term GIO in this survey)State land management department/agencyAgency or unit headStatute1 to 415Yes2010DisagreeAgreeStrongly agreehttps://gis.azgeo.az.gov/agic/sites/all/themes/AGIC/files/AGIC2010StrategicPlan_AGIC%20Approved%202-25-10.pdfYes - one business planhttps://gis.azgeo.az.gov/agic/sites/all/themes/AGIC/files/AGIC2010BusinessPlan_AGIC%20Approved%202-25-10.pdfData Aggregation - local to state; Imagery; Elevation dataYes - official, active state GIS council defined/recognized in state STATUTE (law)StatueRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendIrregular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceStrongly agreeAgreeAgreeAgreeDisagreeDisagreeCities now acquire imagery without guidance or coordination. Deeply involved, Coordinating with local governments to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Working on new standards to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Building and maintaining data to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Developing MOU to formally define roles/responsibilities There is no state program for developing or maintaining an authoritative statewide parcel database. (Skip to the next section.)96% to 100%0Not applicableYesYesNot applicableYesYes
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8/22/2017 9:17:37Jim GiglieranoWisconsin Dept of AdministrationWisconsinjim.giglierano@wisconsin.gov1) Continuing improvements to statewide parcels (version 3), lidar and boundaries. 2) Significant movement towards NG911, 3) Significant progress with state agency and university data portals 1) complete first time statewide lidar coverage and continue to improve older data sets, 2) begin NG911 planning, 3) continue progress on data repository1) groups working together, 2) finding funding for data acquisition/maintenance and repository, 3) groups working togetherFederal partnership (BAA, MOA, contract, etc.), Property transfer tax/feeInterior (DOI)http://maps.sco.wisc.edu/opengeoportal/http://doa.wi.gov/Divisions/Intergovernmental-Relations/Land-Information-Programhttp://doa.wi.gov/Divisions/Intergovernmental-Relations/Wisconsin-Land-Information-Councilhttps://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/statutes/statutes/16/VI/967 https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/statutes/statutes/59/VII/72
https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/code/admin_code/adm/47
498761 - Greatest Impact210 - Least impact53531 - Greatest Impact47628 - Least impactYes - official state-level GIO (or equivalent...note this applies to all uses of the term GIO in this survey)Administration/Management department/agencyDepartment head020No (Skip to the next section.)NoYes - official, active state GIS council per state EXECUTIVE ORDER or ADMIN RULEDoes not attendRegular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceDoes not attendDoes not attendRegular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceDoes not attendDoes not attendDoes not attendRegular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendAgreeDisagreeNot applicableAgreeAgreeDisagreeno effectModerately involved96% to 100%$500kYesYesYesYesYesYesNoYesYesThere is no state program for acquiring statewide orthoimagery. (Skip to the next section.)
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8/22/2017 9:35:32Dennis PedersenState of Tennessee, Dept of Finance and Administration, STS-GIS ServicesTennesseedennis.pedersen@tn.gov1. Received USGS 3DEP Award (11 west TN counties)
2. Developed a Lidar training program (4 sessions)
3. TN Open Data Portal Rollout
1. Submit 3DEP Proposal to USGS and complete statewide lidar acquisition
2. Develop a new strategy/funding for statewide orthos (TDOT)
3. Participate in Census Bureau LUCA program
1. Convince TDOT to support new ortho imagery program
2. Aid TDOT in repurposing internal photogrammetrists
3. Find funding to support "El-Hydro" pilot project
We continue to work with the local emergency communication districts to develop and maintain address points and street centerlines in support of NG911. This statewide dataset is also being used to support our geocoding service, broadband mapping, Census LUCA, and other mapping programs in state government. Funding comes from the State Emergency Communications Board.Federal partnership (BAA, MOA, contract, etc.), 911 tax/fee, Cost-recovery fees for geospatial services, State enterprise geospatial fund (dedicated/restricted fund), Ad-hoc multi-agency partnership funding (state and/or local government, utilities, etc.), State fuel or road tax/feeAgriculture (USDA), Energy (DOE), Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Interior (DOI), Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)http://tn.gov/finance/topic/gis-data-topichttp://tnmap.tn.gov/http://www.tngic.org/4810 - Least impact9537261 - Greatest Impact61 - Greatest Impact275438 - Least impactYes - official statewide GIS coordinator (not officially called GIO, but authorized to perform statewide coordination work on a full-time basis)State CIO's office (including state Technology Department if led by CIO)Other manager in the CIO's officeAgency Decision10 to 145Yes2012AgreeAgreeAgreeYes - one business plan1. El-Hydro
2. Ortho Imagery
3. Open Data
Yes - we have a 501c nonprofit state GIS user associationRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendIrregular attendanceDoes not attendDoes not attendDoes not attendDoes not attendDoes not attendDoes not attendIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceDoes not attendDisagreeAgreeAgreeDisagreeAgreeDisagreeNot really at all...our four major cities are continuing to develop their own imagery and/or consume imagery from the state programDeeply involved, Building and maintaining data to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Our office has a formally defined role or relationship to the state 9-1-1 board or equivalent body96% to 100%$250,000YesYesNoYesYesYesNoNoNo96% to 100%$500,000YesYesYesNoYesYesLeaf-Off, Natural color
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8/22/2017 10:34:57Tony SpicciMissouri Department of ConservationMissouriTony.Spicci@mdc.mo.govCompletion of a 2 year aerial imagery project for state-wide coverage.

An "A" Rating from the 2016 Digital States Survey conducted by the Center for Digital Government. Only one of 5 states to receive this top mark.

Developed a governance document for ArcGIS Online.
Review of options for fully funding the state’s GIS clearinghouse.
Create a presence for the State of Missouri in the ArcGIS Online community.
Develop a methodology for acquiring a state-wide parcel layer for use within state government.
Staff turnover in the Office of Geospatial Information makes it challenging to move forward on any new projects.
Building capacity for GIS in the sectors of government who have no funding or skills.
For state government, all projects must have detailed information submitted for Return on Investment (ROI).
Wildlife/Hunting/Fishing tax/fee, Federal grantEnvironmental Protection Agency (EPA)http://msdis.missouri.edu/https://oa.mo.gov/information-technology-itsd/it-governance/office-geospatial-informationhttps://mgisac.org/N/A7510 - Least impact6482391 - Greatest Impact8 - Least impact41 - Greatest Impact23567Yes - generally recognized statewide GIS coordinator (work on a part-time/30% or more basis to improve statewide coordination, but not officially authorized)State CIO's office (including state Technology Department if led by CIO)State CIOno authorization5 to 99Yes2016Strongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly agreehttps://mgisac.org/committees/strategic-planning/NoGovernance
Staffing
Direction
Yes - official, active state GIS council per state EXECUTIVE ORDER or ADMIN RULEExecutive orderRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendDoes not attendDoes not attendRegular attendanceDoes not attendDoes not attendRegular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendDoes not attendNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableStrongly agreeStrongly agreeDisagreeIndividual metro areas continue to produce high resolution imagery however it is not in the public domain.No involvementThere is no state program for developing or maintaining an authoritative statewide parcel database. (Skip to the next section.)N/ANoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoN/AN/A96% to 100%0YesYesYesNoYesYes
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8/24/2017 14:45:44Joseph YoungMaine Office of GISMainejoseph.young@maine.govInitiated LiDAR Acquisition of 10,000 Sq. Mi, Continued Orthoimagery collection program, Drafted RFP for GeoLibrary Strategic Plan UpdateComplete Strategic Plan Update, Approval of Annual Budget for GIS Data Acquisition and approval of $6 Million dollar Bond supporting GIS data acquisition.Getting Budget approved, Upgrading to Esri 10.5, Limited staff supportAdded two servers to GIS Platform, Utilizing tier two storage for read only data, Federal grant, 911 tax/fee, State general fund appropriationAgriculture (USDA), Interior (DOI)http://www.maine.gov/megis/catalog/www.maine.gov/megishttp://www.maine.gov/geolib/index.htmlThe Maine office of GIS is established under this statute-http://www.mainelegislature.org/legis/statutes/5/title5ch163sec0.html and the Maine Library of information is established under this statute - http://legislature.maine.gov/legis/statutes/5/title5sec2001.html610 - Least impact92583471 - Greatest Impact8 - Least impact1 - Greatest Impact235647Yes - generally recognized statewide GIS coordinator (work on a part-time/30% or more basis to improve statewide coordination, but not officially authorized)State CIO's office (including state Technology Department if led by CIO)Other manager in the CIO's officeStatute1 to 46Yes2009AgreeAgreeStrongly agreehttp://www.maine.gov/geolib/policies/exec_sum_strategic_plan_2009.pdfNoData Clearing House, Data Acquisition, development of state wide mapping at 1:4800 Yes - official, active state GIS council defined/recognized in state STATUTE (law)StatueRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableAgreeNot applicableNot applicableAgreeAgreeNot applicableIt has made it more difficult to acquire consistent State Wide imagery.Moderately involved50% to 74%$0.00NoNoYesYesYesYesNoYesNo50% to 74%$300,000.00YesYesYesNot applicableYesYes
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8/25/2017 10:44:42Bob NutschInformation Technology DepartmentNorth Dakotabnutsch@nd.gov-Deployment of new open data portal
-2017 legislation included provision for state submittal of BAS
-Contractor-based staff augmentation (though not full time)
-Complete the streamlining of municipal boundary data workflows
-Complete parcel proof of concept and move into deployment
-Provide support for Governor's "Main Street Initiative"
-Budget
-Staffing
-Data and system deployment strategy in light of changing user needs and vendor tools
State general fund appropriationhttps://www.nd.gov/gis/https://www.nd.gov/itd/statewide-alliances/gis/about-us7810 - Least impact2691 - Greatest Impact35465321 - Greatest Impact748 - Least impactYes - official statewide GIS coordinator (not officially called GIO, but authorized to perform statewide coordination work on a full-time basis)State CIO's office (including state Technology Department if led by CIO)Other manager in the CIO's officeExecutive order010Yes2015AgreeStrongly agreeStrongly agreehttps://www.nd.gov/itd/sites/itd/files/legacy/alliances/gis/pdf/strategic-plan-15-17.pdfNoRefresh deployment strategy of desktop and web-based GIS software within state agenciesYes - official, active state GIS council per state EXECUTIVE ORDER or ADMIN RULEExecutive orderIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableIrregular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableAgreeNot applicableNot applicableModerately involvedWe are planning to implement an authoritative statewide parcel database within the next 24 months.96% to 100%Not applicableYesYesNot applicableYesYesLeaf-Off, Natural colorLeaf-Off, Natural color, Public domainLeaf-Off, Natural color, Public domain
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8/25/2017 16:31:09Richard WadeTexas Natural Resources Information SystemTexasRichard.Wade@twdb.texas.govReleased the inaugural Geographic Information Officer (GIO) Report
Initiated a statewide Land Parcel and Address database
Established a statewide cost sharing model for geographic data
Educate governmental agencies on the importance of data sharing
Establish an Authoritative database for all available geographic data in Texas
Continue to develop new funding opportunities for all levels of government for geographic data
Strict government rules for raising and spending funds for geographic data
Overcome agency apprehension for data sharing
Working with local governments to obtain local land parcel data
Texas is working with the Department of Information Resources to include geographic data as a basic state need.

Successful StratMap contract through data purchasing partnerships and has eliminated the need for lengthy procurement process and contracting.
Federal partnership (BAA, MOA, contract, etc.), Cost-recovery fees for geospatial services, Ad-hoc multi-agency partnership funding (state and/or local government, utilities, etc.)Veterans Administration (VA), USGS 3DEPhttps://tnris.org/https://tnris.org/geographic-information-office/https://tnris.org/geographic-information-office/gis-solutions-group/http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/SOTWDocs/WA/htm/WA.16.htm (Section 16.021)510 - Least impact978431 - Greatest Impact62325648 - Least impact1 - Greatest Impact7Yes - generally recognized statewide GIS coordinator (work on a part-time/30% or more basis to improve statewide coordination, but not officially authorized)Other department/agencyAgency or unit headStatute15 to 1925State GIO Report2016Strongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly agreehttps://tnris.org/geographic-information-office/2016-12-01/texas-geographic-information-landscape-inaugural-gio-report/NoN/AN/AYes - unofficial, but active state GIS councilDoes not attendRegular attendanceDoes not attendDoes not attendDoes not attendDoes not attendDoes not attendDoes not attendDoes not attendDoes not attendIrregular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceDoes not attendDoes not attendDisagreeStrongly disagreeNot applicableAgreeStrongly disagreeAgreeNo ImpactDeeply involved, Coordinating with local governments to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Building and maintaining data to support NG9-1-1 rollout1% to 25%No funding at this time.YesYesYesYesYesYesNoYesYesN/AN/A96% to 100%$1.2 millionNoYesYesYesYesYesNatural color, Aerial, Licensed
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8/28/2017 7:35:24Jim SparksGeographic Information OfficeIndianajsparks@iot.in.gov1. Initiated 3-DEP project to collect QL2 LiDAR for the state and acquired about 45% of state. Remaining 55% of the state to be acquired in 2018. IGIC submitted the proposal. NRCS funded the project.
2. Completed 2nd year of 3-year update of statewide ortho project. This is the third statewide ortho project.
3. Refocused the IGIC Waters Workgroup to plan for update of the watershed boundaries that were produced in the now completed statewide NHD Improvement project to Local-Resolution.
1. Implement a “Utility of Investment” analysis to articulate the financial benefit of GIS at city, county, and state levels in Indiana. The UoI methodology was devised and tested over the last two years.
2. Secure long term funding for statewide geospatial efforts including support of IGIC, the IndianaMap, and data creation/maintenance efforts.
3. Develop an Indiana specific strategy to prepare for NG911.
1. Presenting a compelling business case to support the funding of statewide geospatial efforts.
2. Understanding the gap between existing geospatial data and data needed to support NG911 and the effort and coordination required to close that gap.
3. Improving geospatial applications, education and outreach across Indiana to help us reach our goal for a Spatially Enabled Indiana by 2022.
Federal grant, Federal partnership (BAA, MOA, contract, etc.), Cost-recovery fees for geospatial services, State enterprise geospatial fund (dedicated/restricted fund)Agriculture (USDA)http://www.indianamap.org/http://www.in.gov/gis/http://www.igic.org/Statute creates GIO and assigns responsibilities. http://iga.in.gov/legislative/laws/2017/ic/titles/004/#4-23-7.367845931 - Greatest Impact10 - Least impact28 - Least impact21 - Greatest Impact63547Yes - official state-level GIO (or equivalent...note this applies to all uses of the term GIO in this survey)State CIO's office (including state Technology Department if led by CIO)Other manager in the CIO's officeStatute1 to 48Yes2016Strongly agreeStrongly agreeAgreehttp://www.in.gov/gis/gisplan.htmNo1. Creating a hybrid (proprietary and open source) GIS software environment.Yes - official, active state GIS council defined/recognized in state STATUTE (law)Created to satisfy need, then assigned responsibilities in statute.Regular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceDoes not attendDoes not attendDoes not attendRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendDoes not attendStrongly agreeDisagreeDisagreeStrongly agreeStrongly agreeNot applicableThis loss has impacted Indiana because of lost opportunities to partner on projects of mutual interest.Deeply involved, Coordinating with local governments to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Our office has a seat on the state 9-1-1 board or equivalent body96% to 100%<$30,000YesYesYesYesYesYesNoYesNot applicable50% to 74%$170,000YesYesYesNoYesYesLeaf-Off, 4-Band, Aerial, Public domain
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8/28/2017 8:00:17Kent AnnessKentucky Division of Geographic InformationKentuckykent.anness@ky.govCompleted Statewide Acquisition of LiDAR, Completed Census BAS Process, Assisted Department of Agriculture with Bird Flu OutbreakBegin LiDAR/Aerial Acquisition Update Planning Process (second coverage), Investigate other Open Data Portal Options, Completion of new Imagery/LiDAR RFPReinstatement of Geographic Information Advisory Council (GIAC), Education of Commonwealth's Leadership regarding value of GIS, Filling of GIS jobs that have been cut or vacated over the past 18 months.None. We are in a holding pattern at best.Federal grant, Assessment on state agencies (or state IT internal service fund)FEMA through Kentucky Division of Waterhttp://kygeonet.ky.govhttps://technology.ky.gov/gis/Pages/default.aspxhttps://technology.ky.gov/gis/Pages/GIAC.aspxhttps://technology.ky.gov/gis/Pages/Governance.aspx5482673910 - Least impact1 - Greatest Impact8 - Least impact1 - Greatest Impact237456Yes - generally recognized statewide GIS coordinator (work on a part-time/30% or more basis to improve statewide coordination, but not officially authorized)State CIO's office (including state Technology Department if led by CIO)Department headStatute5 to 96Yes2012AgreeDisagreeStrongly agreeNoParcels, Addresses, Governance AdherenceYes - official, active state GIS council defined/recognized in state STATUTE (law)StatueIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceDoes not attendIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceDoes not attendStrongly agreeDisagreeNot applicableAgreeDisagreeDisagreeModerately involvedThere is no state program for developing or maintaining an authoritative statewide parcel database. (Skip to the next section.)UnknownYesNoNoNoNoYesNoNoNo010026% to 49%$0.00YesYesYesNoYesYesLeaf-OffLeaf-Off
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8/28/2017 8:54:22Ken NelsonKansas Data Access & Support Center (DASC)Kansasnelson@kgs.ku.edu1. Maintenance of statewide road centerline layer, 2. Maintenance of statewide address point layer, 3. Completion of statewide LiDAR coverage (combination of QL2 & QL3 data)1. Statewide orthoimagery refresh, 2. Update GIS Strategic Plan, 3. Renew State Government Esri ELA1. Funding, 2. Increasing demands for service, 3. Constant administrative changeFederal grant, 911 tax/fee, Cost-recovery fees for geospatial services, Ad-hoc multi-agency partnership funding (state and/or local government, utilities, etc.), State fuel or road tax/feeAgriculture (USDA), Interior (DOI), Transportation (DOT)http://oits.ks.gov/kito/gishttps://www.kansasgis.orghttp://oits.ks.gov/kito/gishttp://kslegislature.org/li_2012/b2011_12/measures/documents/hb2175_enrolled.pdf3810 - Least impact94651 - Greatest Impact72421 - Greatest Impact35678 - Least impactYes - official state-level GIO (or equivalent...note this applies to all uses of the term GIO in this survey)UniversityOther manager in the CIO's officeStatute5 to 910Yes2008AgreeDisagreeStrongly agreehttp://data.kansasgis.org/dascweb/docs/files/KS_StrategicPlan_Final.pdfYes - one business planhttp://data.kansasgis.org/dascweb/docs/files/KS_ImprovedElevationData_BusinessPlan.pdfYes - official, active state GIS council defined/recognized in state STATUTE (law)StatueRegular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceDoes not attendDisagreeDisagreeDisagreeAgreeDisagreeDisagreeDeeply involved, Coordinating with local governments to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Working on new standards to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Our office has a seat on the state 9-1-1 board or equivalent body75% to 95%YesYesNoNoYesYesNoNoNo96% to 100%$1,600,000NoYesNoYesYesYesLeaf-Off, Natural color, Color infrared, Aerial, Licensed
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8/28/2017 15:04:14Mark YacucciPrairie Research Institute - Univ of IllinoisIllinoisyacucci@illinois.edu1. Improved State GIS Coordination via consolidation of State GIS employees under the Department of Innovation and Technology
2. Two 3DEP LiDAR acquisition projects underway
3. We passed a BUDGET!!!!
1. Continue GIS Coordination
2. Find Funding for continued Height Modernization Program (LiDAR acquisition)
3. Complete State GIS Group Charter
1. Lack of official state to local coordination for 2020 Census
2. Loss of Dept. of Transportation funding for Height Modernization staff
3. 2015 Ortho acquisition still not distributed
Federal grant, Federal partnership (BAA, MOA, contract, etc.), State general fund appropriation, Cost-recovery fees for geospatial services, Ad-hoc multi-agency partnership funding (state and/or local government, utilities, etc.)Agriculture (USDA), Interior (DOI), Transportation (DOT), FEMA / Homeland Securityhttp://clearinghouse.isgs.illinois.edu/http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/ilcs5.asp?ActID=300&ChapterID=58910 - Least impact67321 - Greatest Impact54621 - Greatest Impact43578 - Least impactNo (Skip to next section.)Currently writing oneNot applicableNot applicableAgreeNoYes - official, active state GIS council defined/recognized in state STATUTE (law)StatueNot applicableRegular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableRegular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableDisagreeDisagreeDisagreeDisagreeDisagreeDisagreeNo involvementThere is no state program for developing or maintaining an authoritative statewide parcel database. (Skip to the next section.)NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNo96% to 100%NoYesYesNoYesYesLeaf-Off, 4-Band, Aerial
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8/29/2017 14:39:47Tim JohnsonNC Center for Geographic Information and AnalysisNorth Carolinatim.johnson@nc.govReceived state funding for AddressNC and ongoing funds to sustain it
Completed semi-annual, statewide refresh cycle for NC Parcels covering 100 counties
Held successful NC GIS Conference with over 900 attendees and 41 exhibitors
Deliver AddressNC statewide dataset
Collaborate with NC 911 Board on implementation of NextGen 911
Integrate geospatial into enterprise data management process as part of State CIO initiative
Education of state leaders on value and potential of geospatial beyond current uses
Avoiding duplication of efforts with rollout of NextGen 911 implementation
Determining best path forward for local resolution hydrography
Continuation of Statewide Orthoimagery Program funded by NC 911 Board; the team is in the middle of the third update cycle for this key geospatial data product.Federal partnership (BAA, MOA, contract, etc.), 911 tax/fee, Property transfer tax/feeInterior (DOI), Treasury, DHS/FEMAhttp://data.nconemap.gov/geoportal/catalog/main/home.pagehttps://it.nc.gov/gicchttps://it.nc.gov/gicchttp://www.ncga.state.nc.us/EnactedLegislation/Statutes/PDF/BySection/Chapter_143B/GS_143B-1420.pdf
http://www.ncga.state.nc.us/EnactedLegislation/Statutes/HTML/ByChapter/Chapter_132.html
6910 - Least impact58721 - Greatest Impact4351 - Greatest Impact2348 - Least impact67Yes - official statewide GIS coordinator (not officially called GIO, but authorized to perform statewide coordination work on a full-time basis)State CIO's office (including state Technology Department if led by CIO)Other manager in the CIO's officeState-level personnel action in 1970s, updated when State GIS Council was formed under General Statutes5 to 920No (Skip to the next section.)Yes - one business planhttps://files.nc.gov/ncdit/documents/files/OrthoImageryBusinessPlan-NC-20101029.pdfLocal Resolution HydrographyYes - official, active state GIS council defined/recognized in state STATUTE (law)StatueRegular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableStrongly agreeAgreeStrongly disagreeThe NGA program, while small in monetary value compared to the overall cost of producing orthoimagery for cities in North Carolina, showed the willingness of the federal government to be a partner in state efforts. That sense of partnership has been lost for the orthoimagery data layer with the termination of the program.Moderately involved, Working on new standards to support NG9-1-1 rollout96% to 100%$30,000YesYesYesYesYesYesNoYesYes96% to 100%$15.5M for statewide refresh (approximately $3.75M per year)Not applicableYesYesYesYesYesLeaf-Off, Natural color, Aerial, Public domain
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8/30/2017 15:20:57Anne JohnsonDepartment of Natural ResourcesAlaskaanne.johnson@alaska.govAlaska Geospatial Council includes federal, state, local and tribal government and academia representation. Chartered Technical Working Groups are established for all framework datasets. IfSAR elevation coverage is nearly 90% complete for the state, improving our elevation models from 60-meter post spacing equivalent to 5-meter post spacing equivalent. Sustainable funding. Continued work and plan for future hydrographic updates to surface water, wetlands and coastline to 1:24k standards statewide. Completion of IfSAR elevation acquisition (for 2019 delivery).State budget deficits and resulting directives for IT consolidation and reduced spending. Completing IfSAR coverage requires creative solutions for Aleutian Island data acquisitions. Developing a sustainable geospatial program to continue development of framework datasets (as opposed to current project-based funding).Renewed a 3-year enterprise license agreement with Esri to consolidate license costs. Developed Open Data site for Departmental data distribution. Exploring Drone2Map applications for state materials sales compliance monitoring and AVENZA mobile mapping applications for wildfire management and permitting. Federal grant, Federal partnership (BAA, MOA, contract, etc.), State general fund appropriation, Ad-hoc multi-agency partnership funding (state and/or local government, utilities, etc.)Interior (DOI), Transportation (DOT), LCC Partnership for hydrographic coordinationhthttp://data-soa-dnr.opendata.arcgis.com/http://agc.dnr.alaska.gov/http://agc.dnr.alaska.gov/9387621 - Greatest Impact510 - Least impact4731 - Greatest Impact42568 - Least impactYes - official state-level GIO (or equivalent...note this applies to all uses of the term GIO in this survey)Natural resources department/agencyDepartment headMulti-agency MOU1 to 415Yes2011AgreeAgreeStrongly agreehttp://agc.dnr.alaska.gov/documents/AKGeospatialStrategicPlanFINAL.pdfYes - one business planhttp://agc.dnr.alaska.gov/documents/AKGeospatialBusinessPlanFINAL.pdfPlan for service consolidation and development: infrastructure, cloud, and mobile geospatial solutions, including UAS. Yes - official, active state GIS council per state EXECUTIVE ORDER or ADMIN RULEMOU signed by the Governor and 6 CommissionersRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceDoes not attendNot applicableNot applicableDoes not attendDoes not attendDoes not attendRegular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableDisagreeDisagreeDisagreeDisagreeAgreeDisagreeNo impactSomewhat involvedThere is no state program for developing or maintaining an authoritative statewide parcel database. (Skip to the next section.)1% to 25%$144,000NoYesNoYesYesYes
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8/30/2017 18:26:11Jonathan DuranArkansas GIS OfficeArkansasjonathan.duran@arkansas.gov1. Acquisition of statewide 1-ft digital orthoimagery and limited coverage of 6-in
2. Initial submission of statewide BAS update to the U.S. Census Bureau, acting as single point of contact for the state
3. Completion of ARNOLD dataset
1. Completion of address point datasets in the five remaining county not having county wide datasets
2. Streamline and improve “time to market” for updates in the state's GIS data clearinghouse
3. Prepare and improve essential data for redistricting
1. Educating policy makers and local GIS stakeholders on the significance of GIS for Next Generation 9-1-1.
2. Maintaining the evolving points of coordination with local and state stakeholders due to personnel turnover.
3. Sustainable funding for continual investment, improvement and maintenance of Arkansas’ GIS data.
State general fund appropriation, Ad-hoc multi-agency partnership funding (state and/or local government, utilities, etc.), Funding from state DOT for ARNOLD data development (indirect use of federal funds),Transportation (DOT)http://gis.arkansas.gov/http://gis.arkansas.gov/http://gis.arkansas.gov/All Arkansas legislation pertaining to the agency and GIS can be found at http://gis.arkansas.gov/gis-board/gis-legislation/956810 - Least impact371 - Greatest Impact4231 - Greatest Impact2548 - Least impact67Yes - official state-level GIO (or equivalent...note this applies to all uses of the term GIO in this survey)State geospatial department/agency/boardGovernorStatute10 to 146Yes2014Strongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly agreehttp://www.gis.arkansas.gov/Docs/GISB/2014/2014_StrategicPlanReview.pdfNo1. Sustainable funding
2. Mobile apps and design
3. Leveraging the mutual benefit of the 2015 merger of the state's GIS Office and Division of Land Surveys
Yes - official, active state GIS council defined/recognized in state STATUTE (law)StatueIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendIrregular attendanceStrongly agreeNot applicableNot applicableStrongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly agreeThe suspension of the program adversely affected imagery acquisition planning for Faulkner, Pulaski and Saline counties. Prior acquisition involved a regional collaboration for buy up options with the neighboring counties. The loss of seed funding and coordination through 133 cities program has caused each of the three counties to now perform procurement on their own cycle. This has likely resulted in overall higher cost for the counties as opposed to the regional project covering the larger geographic area.
Deeply involved, Coordinating with local governments to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Building and maintaining data to support NG9-1-1 rollout75% to 95%$50,000YesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes85%85%96% to 100%$1,287,156NoYesYesNoYesYesLeaf-Off, Natural color, Color infrared, 4-Band, Aerial, Public domain
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8/31/2017 6:58:17Mark HolmesState of Michigan - Dept. Technology, Management and BudgetMichiganholmesm3@michigan.gov1.Michigan Geographic Framework system upgrade project launched
2.QL2 LiDAR acquired for 25% of the state's geographic area
3.New cloud-hosted imagery distribution system implemented
1. Implement new Michigan Geographic Framework system as the new state spatial data infrastructure repository
2. Coordinate data contribution workflows with local, regional, state and federal data stewards into new MGF repository
3. Continue to integrate geospatial technologies across state government systems
1. Adequate staff resources to meet demands
2. Funding for increased demand for geospatial technologies
3. Continue to improve geospatial standards in processes across government
Assessment on state agencies (or state IT internal service fund), State enterprise geospatial fund (dedicated/restricted fund), Ad-hoc multi-agency partnership funding (state and/or local government, utilities, etc.)http://gis-michigan.opendata.arcgis.com/http://www.michigan.gov/gis8753692410 - Least impact1 - Greatest Impact65321 - Greatest Impact478 - Least impactYes - generally recognized statewide GIS coordinator (work on a part-time/30% or more basis to improve statewide coordination, but not officially authorized)State CIO's office (including state Technology Department if led by CIO)Other manager in the CIO's officeUnofficial role within the enterprise GIS office15 to 1925Yes2010AgreeAgreeStrongly agreehttps://www.michigan.gov/documents/cgi/MI_NSDI_Business_Plan_Public_Comment_Draft_326103_7.pdfYes - one business planhttps://www.michigan.gov/documents/cgi/MI_NSDI_Business_Plan_Public_Comment_Draft_326103_7.pdfTechnology, statewide data coordination, data governanceNo active state GIS council or bodyStrongly disagreeAgreeAgreeNot applicableStrongly agreeNot applicableModerately involved, Coordinating with local governments to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Building and maintaining data to support NG9-1-1 rollout1% to 25%0YesYesNoNoNoYesNoNoNo96% to 100%$450,000YesYesNoNoNoYesLeaf-On, 4-Band, Aerial
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8/31/2017 7:30:45Neil MacGaffeyMassGISMassachusettsneil.macgaffey@mass.govInitiated statewide implementation of Next Generation 911
Released addressing standard for municipalities
Approved requirement that municipalities maintain standardized parcel mapping and submit regularly to state
Full municipal participation in providing address updates for NextGen 911 maintenance
Releasing an address validation API
Complete mapping statewide land use/cover
Maintaining statewide master address database
A more appropriate and sustainable funding model
New requirement for municipalities to maintain standardized parcel mapping
We initiated developing a new land cover/use data set, the first update in 12 years
We successfully piloted a new mobile application municipal building inspectors for capturing new address to
We developed a reverse geocoding capability for the crash reporting application used on hand-held devices by the State Police.
911 tax/fee, Assessment on state agencies (or state IT internal service fund)http://www.mass.gov/anf/research-and-tech/it-serv-and-support/application-serv/office-of-geographic-information-massgis/datalayers/layerlist.htmlhttp://www.mass.gov/anf/research-and-tech/it-serv-and-support/application-serv/office-of-geographic-information-massgis/NAMassGIS is officially the Bureau of Geographic Information within the Executive Office of Technology Services and Security. Our legislative language can be found here:
https://malegislature.gov/Laws/GeneralLaws/PartI/TitleII/Chapter7D/Section5
910 - Least impact736241 - Greatest Impact85321 - Greatest Impact8 - Least impact4756Yes - official statewide GIS coordinator (not officially called GIO, but authorized to perform statewide coordination work on a full-time basis)State CIO's office (including state Technology Department if led by CIO)Other manager in the CIO's officeStatute15 to 1910Yes2007AgreeAgreeStrongly agreeYes - one business planhttps://www.fgdc.gov/grants/2010CAP/InterimFinalReports/174-10-3-MA-BusinessPlan.pdfHydrography
Land cover/use
No active state GIS council or bodyStrongly agreeNot applicableNot applicableStrongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly disagreeWith the demise of this program we lost a critical funding partner and so could no longer procure our own imagery, shifting instead to licensed imagery. The licensed imagery meets the needs of the funding agency and the license terms enable broad public sector use as a base map. However, the licensed imagery is typically not leaf-off and is not available as 4-band imagery with no color balancing; thus it does not support image analysis projects (e.g. change detection, mapping impervious surface). Deeply involved, Coordinating with local governments to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Building and maintaining data to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Our office has a seat on the state 9-1-1 board or equivalent body, Our office has a formally defined role or relationship to the state 9-1-1 board or equivalent body96% to 100%$360,000NoYesYesYesYesNot applicableYesYesNANAThere is no state program for acquiring statewide orthoimagery. (Skip to the next section.)Not applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicable
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8/31/2017 9:50:32John WatermolenOffice of the CIO- GIONebraskajohn.watermolen@nebraska.govDevelop Cost rates, Start Agency ConsolidationAgency Consolidation, Update NebraskaMap, Agency's to subscribe to the cost service rateBudget, agency participation to consolidation, agency participation in the cost rate subscriptionTo consolidate agency's into an enterprise database and consolidating server based licenses and eventually desktopAssessment on state agencies (or state IT internal service fund), Specific GIS projectshttps://nebraskamap.gov/http://www.cio.nebraska.gov/gio/index.htmlhttp://nitc.ne.gov/gis_council/This site gives the statues setting up the GIS Council. http://nitc.ne.gov/gis_council/about.html9810 - Least impact6532471 - Greatest Impact431 - Greatest Impact52678 - Least impactYes - official state-level GIO (or equivalent...note this applies to all uses of the term GIO in this survey)State CIO's office (including state Technology Department if led by CIO)OCIO Network services administratorNot sure1 to 4At least 1 for DOT not sure though-most people use it as part of their jobPart of the NITC Statewide Technology Plan2017Strongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly agreehttp://nitc.ne.gov/news/commission/tech_plan.htmlYes - multiple business planshttp://nitc.ne.gov/standards/index.htmlArchive, Street Centerline and AddressYes - official, active state GIS council defined/recognized in state STATUTE (law)StatueIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceDisagreeDisagreeDisagreeStrongly agreeAgreeNot applicableNot sure, Only been in the job 3 months yet I can see it could prevent municipalities to gather imageryModerately involved, Building and maintaining data to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Developed a repsoitory for NG911There is no state program for developing or maintaining an authoritative statewide parcel database. (Skip to the next section.)We are planning to implement a program to acquire statewide orthoimagery within the next 24 months.No state money allocated, funding will come from state partners and local and federal entitiesYesYesYesYesYesYes
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8/31/2017 9:55:04Doug SchleiferNJ Office of Information TechnologyNJdoug.schleifer@tech.nj.gov1. Completed initial consolidation of state, regional, local and nonprofit data into the statewide open space and preservation resources inventory
2. Setup framework for AGO/open data for downloads of authoritative statewide datasets
3. Implemented infrastructure modernization including the transition of state enterprise geodatabases onto Oracle exadata platform, and virtualization of GIS and application servers
1. LiDAR acquisition for 5 counties in south NJ to complete NJ at 3DEP QL2 spec
2. Upgrade the State geospatial portal
3. Complete development web tools for interested parties to send updates for open space, road centerlines and address points data
1. Improve data maintenance processes and protocols with state, regional and local partners
2. Prepare for NG911
3. Establish state contracts for new software and cloud services
Implementing an integrated data editing environment for related datasetsEnvironmental protection tax/fee, Federal grant, Federal partnership (BAA, MOA, contract, etc.), State general fund appropriation, Assessment on state agencies (or state IT internal service fund), Ad-hoc multi-agency partnership funding (state and/or local government, utilities, etc.)Interior (DOI), Transportation (DOT)https://njgin.state.nj.usn/ahttps://njgin.state.nj.us/OIT_NJGFNo statute for GIS coordination. Executive order from 1999 created the Office of GIS: http://nj.gov/infobank/circular/eow122.htm
Public records law (applies to all data requests, no special treatment for GIS): http://nj.gov/opra
310 - Least impact9581 - Greatest Impact4672467538 - Least impact1 - Greatest Impact2Yes - official state-level GIO (or equivalent...note this applies to all uses of the term GIO in this survey)State CIO's office (including state Technology Department if led by CIO)State CIOExecutive order15 to 197Yes2015, partial updateStrongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly agreehttps://njgin.state.nj.us/oit/gis/NJ_NJGINExplorer/docs/StrategicBusinessPlan.pdfYes - one business planhttps://njgin.state.nj.us/oit/gis/NJ_NJGINExplorer/docs/StrategicBusinessPlan.pdf1. Portal modernization
2. NG911
3. Cadastral
Yes - unofficial, but active state GIS councilRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceDoes not attendIrregular attendanceDoes not attendDoes not attendRegular attendanceDoes not attendDoes not attendNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableStrongly agreeStrongly disagreeStrongly disagreeIt has a large negative impact on the NJ orthoimagery program. The loss of funding has been difficult to make up from state funds.Deeply involved, Working on new standards to support NG9-1-1 rollout, The overall effort is still in its early stages and has not progressed much.96% to 100%noneYesYesYesYesYesYesNoYesYesn/an/a96% to 100%NoYesYesNoYesYesLeaf-Off, Black and white, Natural color, Color infrared, 4-Band, Aerial
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8/31/2017 13:07:06Phillip HendersonAlabama Geographic Information OfficeAlabamaPhillip.Henderson@alea.gov1. Implementation of the Alabama GeoHub for statewide collaboration.
2. Completion of statewide LiDAR coverage through the USGS 3D Elevation Program.
3. Implementation of the statewide aerial imagery program.
1. Increase data sharing in the GeoHub community.
2. Acquisition of imagery for year 2 of the statewide aerial imagery program.
3. Expansion of local government participation and public engagement in the GeoHub community.
1. Improving coordination between state and local government.
2. Funding for statewide initiatives.
3. Staff resources.
The Esri Enterprise License Agreement (ELA) continues to save our state partners cost. Since 2011 the savings has been over $5 million in software purchases alone.State general fund appropriationhttp://data-algeohub.opendata.arcgis.com/http://gis.alabama.gov/http://gis.alabama.govCoordination of GIS is established through Executive Order 16
Amendment Number 2.

The URL is http://digital.archives.alabama.gov/cdm/compoundobject/collection/executive/id/818/rec/56
9810 - Least impact53671 - Greatest Impact4221 - Greatest Impact654378 - Least impactYes - official state-level GIO (or equivalent...note this applies to all uses of the term GIO in this survey)Other department/agencyAgency or unit headExecutive order5 to 933Yes2012AgreeAgreeStrongly agreeYes - multiple business plansYes - official, active state GIS council per state EXECUTIVE ORDER or ADMIN RULEExecutive orderIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableAgreeAgreeAgreeNot applicableNot applicableAgreeThere are 5 cities in our state which are negatively impacted by the
loss of funds.
Deeply involved1% to 25%YesYesYesYesYesYesNoYesYes26% to 49%YesYesYesYesNoYesLeaf-Off, Natural color, Color infrared, 4-Band, Aerial, Licensed
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8/31/2017 14:05:03Susan MillerGeospatial Information Office Georgia susan.miller@gio.ga.gov1. GIO position became permanent
2. Legislation passed to establish GIO Governance body
3. Beginning development of a statewide Remote Sensing Program, including successful 3DEP grant and acquisition of pre-packaged 6-in aerial imagery for the entire State
1. Develop Governance body
2. Develop & execute Program surrounding pre-packaged imagery
3. Hopefully hire staff for GIO (no funding currently allocated)
1. Hiring staff (funding and talent pool)
2. Recruiting & cultivating champions
3. Securing sustainable funding
Executed a statewide MPA with Esri; developed several purchasing consortiums for LiDAR and imagery acquisition that resulting in significant economies of scale; acquired pre-packaged imagery for the entire State Federal grant, Federal partnership (BAA, MOA, contract, etc.), State general fund appropriation, Ad-hoc multi-agency partnership funding (state and/or local government, utilities, etc.)Agriculture (USDA), Interior (DOI)https://data.georgiaspatial.org/login.asp NOTE: funding for this site was cut years ago and little support is availiblehttp://gio.ga.gov/noneThe following is a link to the legislation passed this last session, which will enable me to create a GIO Governance body for the State (http://www.legis.ga.gov/Legislation/en-US/display/20172018/HB/183)4510 - Least impact2678391 - Greatest Impact31 - Greatest Impact265478 - Least impactYes - official state-level GIO (or equivalent...note this applies to all uses of the term GIO in this survey)State geospatial department/agency/boardGIO is agency head and will report to Governance body once it is establishedit does not yet "officially" exist 0truly unknown...WAG = 100No (Skip to the next section.)NoRemote Sensing Program Plan; Governance body plan; ConOpsNo active state GIS council or bodyState GIO began after this was cut so I am unable to respond to this questionSomewhat involvedThere is no state program for developing or maintaining an authoritative statewide parcel database. (Skip to the next section.)0There is no state program for acquiring statewide orthoimagery. (Skip to the next section.)0Natural color, Aerial, Licensed
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8/31/2017 14:42:11Patrick Wilke-BrownOffice of the Chief Information OfficerIowapatrick.wilke-brown@iowa.gov1) Imagery collection 90% complete, leaf-off, 4-band, 30cm;
2) NG9-1-1 local grants restored and 89% of data collection complete (88 of 99 counties);
3) State clearinghouse deployed and being populated
1) Have 100% submission and use of NG9-1-1 GIS grant. 75% of Iowa counties having routable GIS data for 911.
2) Work with Iowa DOT to get geodetic control inventory process in place and utilize existing survey portal for collection
3) Aggregated parcel service available for State Agency Use, start work on public availability
1) Sustainable funding for GIS Coordinator and other geospatial activities
2) Finding steward with budget and appropriate staffing for boundary data
3) Strengthen work and building relationship with local government
Consolidation of some software and services where they were underutilized by an agency. Geospatial shared services model to get software and data in the hands of state staff that have not had easy access before.Wildlife/Hunting/Fishing tax/fee, Federal partnership (BAA, MOA, contract, etc.), 911 tax/fee, Cost-recovery fees for geospatial services, State fuel or road tax/fee, 911 Program Funds, Iowa Technology Access FundEnvironmental Protection Agency (EPA), Transportation (DOT), Homeland Security, EMPG, HSGPhttps://geodata.iowa.govhttps://www.iowagic.orgIT Consolidation and geospatial systems (Sec. 18d) http://coolice.legis.iowa.gov/Legislation/85thGA/Bills/SenateFiles/Reprinted/SF396.html

Business Property Tax Credit and submission of data in geographic information system file format. http://coolice.legis.iowa.gov/Legislation/85thGA/enrolled/SF432.html
6510 - Least impact72981 - Greatest Impact43531 - Greatest Impact24678 - Least impactYes - official statewide GIS coordinator (not officially called GIO, but authorized to perform statewide coordination work on a full-time basis)State CIO's office (including state Technology Department if led by CIO)Department headAwareness of need for geospatial coordination and outreach05 - 15drafted but not adopted2016AgreeNot applicableNot applicableYes - multiple business plansYes - official, active state GIS council per state EXECUTIVE ORDER or ADMIN RULE, Yes - we have a 501c nonprofit state GIS user associationExecutive orderRegular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableIrregular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceDoes not attendIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceDoes not attendNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableStrongly agreeStrongly agreeNot applicableto the best of our knowledge there hasn't been and impact on Iowa cities.Understanding of program and progress but no direct involvement at the state coordinator level, HSEMD coordinator leads efforts50% to 74%$0, unfunded mandate to collect parcels in support of agricultural land adjustment and business property tax credit audit process.YesYesNoNoNot applicableYesNot applicableNot applicableNot applicable75% to 95%No consistent funding stream, project basedNoYesYesNoYesYesLeaf-Off, 4-Band, Aerial, Public domain
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9/6/2017 7:58:06Miriam PomilioOffice of State Planning CoordinationDelawaremiriam.pomilio@state.de.usPurchase of 2017 Aerial Imagery at quarter-meter resolution;
Working with Esri to input data into Community Maps Program;
Working with Dept of Education to incorporate GeoInquiries into Social Studies curriculum
Develop a Strategic Plan or Roadmap to guide Geospatial initiatives in the state.
Work towards better integration of Esri Open Data with the State's Socrata Open Data solution;
Continue looking for dedicated funding for data acquisition.
Funding, Funding, FundingDelaware Department of Agriculture developed a mobile application to update their Agland Preservation inspection reports saving time and money on the inspections.Federal grantEnvironmental Protection Agency (EPA), Funding for our Aerial Imagery came from a variety of Sources - includingNOAA coastal program grants.http://opendata.firstmap.delaware.gov/WE don't have a GIOhttp://www.stateplanning.delaware.gov/dgdc/The Delaware Geographic Data Committee is a cooperative effort among government, the academic sector, and the private sector to build a Delaware GIS Community and improve the coordination of the use of GIS tools and spatial data in Delaware. The DGDC is established in Delaware state law at 29 Delaware Code, Chapter 91, Subchapter IV to ensure the availability of geospatial data, promote the use and sharing of that data and of geographic information system (GIS) software and tools, establish data standards, and support a community of geospatial data providers and geospatial data users in Delaware. The DGDC conducts its business under a set of DGDC Bylaws approved by the Executive Council on January 30, 2008.
http://delcode.delaware.gov/title29/c091/sc04/index.shtml
5810 - Least impact67431 - Greatest Impact9271 - Greatest Impact23458 - Least impact6No (Skip to next section.)Old one from 2010 never implemented. Working on a new one next year2012Strongly disagreeStrongly disagreeStrongly agreehttp://www.stateplanning.delaware.gov/dgdc/strategic_plan/delaware_gis_strategic_plan_final.pdfNoA Council was defined but is not functional and hasn't met in nearly 7 yearsStatueDoes not attendDoes not attendNot applicableDoes not attendDoes not attendDoes not attendDoes not attendNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableDoes not attendNot applicableNot applicableDoes not attendNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableAgreeDisagreeDisagreeAgreeDisagreeNot applicableDelaware has almost always paid for our imagery by passing the hat to agencies. Many agencies utilize federal funding sources through grants to help provide the imagery.No involvement96% to 100%ZeroYesYesYesYesYesYesNoNoNo96% to 100%We spent $105,000 to acquire 2017 Imagery for the entire state at quarter-meter resolution. No line item in budget, we passed the hat to make it happen.NoYesYesNoYesYes
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9/6/2017 15:40:54Bill FarnsworthState of IdahoIdahobill.farnsworth@cio.idaho.govExpand GIS into Business Functions, Expand ArcGIS Online, www.maps.idaho.govMore GIS Coordination, More Maps to the Public, Expand Open Data PortalResource Projects, Coordination between levels of Government, More IT support of GIShttp://insideidaho.orghttp://gis.idaho.govhttp://ita.idaho.gov/committees.html#igchttp://ita.idaho.gov1 - Greatest Impact710 - Least impact9654382673451 - Greatest Impact28 - Least impactYes - official state-level GIO (or equivalent...note this applies to all uses of the term GIO in this survey)State CIO's office (including state Technology Department if led by CIO)State CIOStatute1 to 440Yes2016AgreeAgreeStrongly agreehttps://ita.idaho.gov/documents/_ISDI_StrategicPlan_APPROVED_20161206.pdfYes - one business planhttps://ita.idaho.gov/documents/2009stateITbusinessplan.pdfCloud Strategy, Business Integration, IT Support of GISYes - official, active state GIS council defined/recognized in state STATUTE (law)StatueRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceNot applicableIrregular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableDisagreeDisagreeAgreeStrongly agreeAgreeDisagreeUnknownNo involvement1% to 25%0NoNoNoNoYesYesNoNoNoThere is no state program for acquiring statewide orthoimagery. (Skip to the next section.)0
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9/8/2017 8:28:14Matt CrossettDC Gov - DC GISDCmatthew.crossett@dc.gov- Signing of Data Policy
- Citywide Business Intelligence Assessment (consolidation of BI licensing)
- Award of a 5yrs Ortho/Plan Contract
- CrimeCards
- Big Data Environment
- Roll out business intelligence training
- What does it mean to be a leader in Analytics?
- Regional NextGEN (coordination)
- Incorporating IoT
http://opendata.dc.gov/http://dcgis.dc.govhttp://octo.dc.gov/node/702452http://octo.dc.gov/publication/mayors-order-establishing-gissc http://octo.dc.gov/publication/memo-expanding-gissc10 - Least impact493867521 - Greatest Impact78 - Least impact23461 - Greatest Impact5Yes - official state-level GIO (or equivalent...note this applies to all uses of the term GIO in this survey)State CIO's office (including state Technology Department if led by CIO)State CIOExecutive order15 to 1915Yes2016AgreeAgreeStrongly agreehttps://octo.dc.gov/service/dc-geographic-information-system-programYes - one business planhttps://octo.dc.gov/service/dc-geographic-information-system-programData, Business IntelligenceYes - official, active state GIS council per state EXECUTIVE ORDER or ADMIN RULEExecutive orderRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableRegular attendanceDoes not attendIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceStrongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly disagreeStrongly disagreeMinimal - Lost eligibility for small grants to assist with our statewide ortho imagery acquisition.Moderately involved, Coordinating with local governments to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Building and maintaining data to support NG9-1-1 rollout96% to 100%140kYesYesYesYesYesYesNoYesYes10010096% to 100%400kYesYesYesYesYesYesLeaf-Off
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9/8/2017 14:41:19Jim SteilMARIS - IHLMSjsteil@ihl.state.ms.us1) Statewide LiDAR 2) Cotinuation of local high-res imagery coalition 3) All LiDAR data available to public as map service or download1) Update existing Q3 LiDAR data to Q2 2) statewide gathering of addresses for LUCA 3) Re-activate the GIS Council1) Apathy / Dormant GIS Council 2) Apocalyptic state budget projections / bunker mentality 3) ParcelsState / Federal coordination for USGS BAA (multi-year) awardsFederal grant, Federal partnership (BAA, MOA, contract, etc.), State general fund appropriationCommerce (DOC)http://www.maris.state.ms.ushttp://www.giscouncil.ms.govhttp://www.giscouncil.ms.gov/sites/default/files/Uploads/MSCodeSec25-58-21eff2009.pdf5973681 - Greatest Impact410 - Least impact28 - Least impact31 - Greatest Impact27645No (Skip to next section.)Yes2010DisagreeStrongly disagreeStrongly agreeftp://www.maris.state.ms.us/CustomFTP/MCCRSGIS/The%20MS%20Geospatial%20Strategic%20Plan.zipNo1) Sustainability 2) Data prioritization 3)State & local collaborationYes - official, inactive state GIS council defined/recognized in state STATUTEStatueNot applicableRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableRegular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableRegular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableStrongly disagreeStrongly disagreeStrongly disagreeAgreeAgreeNot applicableNo involvementThere is no state program for developing or maintaining an authoritative statewide parcel database. (Skip to the next section.)75% to 95%Not compiledYesYesYesNoYesYesLeaf-Off, Natural color, 4-Band, Aerial, Public domainLeaf-Off, Natural color, 4-Band, Aerial, Public domain
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9/10/2017 17:01:24John E. AdamsVermont Center for Geographic InformationVermontjohn.e.adams@vermont.gov1) Launched Vermont’s Open Geodata Portal (9 contributing agencies and 707 datasets.)
2) Completed statewide lidar coverage.
3) Established statewide parcel data program with full time staff.

1) Develop plan for State’s GIT architecture.
2) Hire Chief Data Officer and integrate with VCGI.
3) Statewide coverage of high resolution (1m) land cover data.
1) Transitioning to/ creation of new centralized IT agency.
2) Keeping up with increasing demand for GIS services.
3) Figuring out where I’m going to put all of this lidar data.
- Began statewide parcel data program (working towards standardized statewide data by 2020.
- Starting statewide high res land cover acquisition initiative (including building footprints with height attributes and tree canopy.)
- Beginning economic analysis and creation of 3D model depicting revenue from different land use patterns.

Environmental protection tax/fee, Federal grant, Federal partnership (BAA, MOA, contract, etc.), 911 tax/fee, Property transfer tax/fee, State general fund appropriation, Cost-recovery fees for geospatial services, State enterprise geospatial fund (dedicated/restricted fund), Ad-hoc multi-agency partnership funding (state and/or local government, utilities, etc.)Health and Human Services (HHS), Interior (DOI), Transportation (DOT)http://geodata.vermont.gov/http://vcgi.vermont.gov/http://vcgi.vermont.gov/about_us/initiatives/egcThe establishment of VCGI and our responsibilities are mostly outlined in our 'Geographic Information' chapter in Statute.
http://legislature.vermont.gov/statutes/chapter/10/008
5710 - Least impact392481 - Greatest Impact66345271 - Greatest Impact8 - Least impactI'm unclear on the differences re: GIO vs. Coordinator -but I'm the State's GIS Director.State CIO's office (including state Technology Department if led by CIO)State CIOStatute5 to 95Yes2017Strongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly agreeYes - one business plan1) Public safety/emergency Management, 2) empowering 'have not' agencies and 3) automating the transformation of data that isn't spatially enabled. Yes - unofficial, but active state GIS councilSigned charter. Irregular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableAgreeDisagreeNot applicableStrongly agreeAgreeDisagreeNo impact that I am aware of. Somewhat involvedWe are planning to implement an authoritative statewide parcel database within the next 24 months.$800,000YesYesYesYesYesYesNoYesYes96% to 100%$125,000YesYesYesNoYesYesLeaf-Off, Black and white, Natural color, Color infrared, 4-Band, Aerial, Public domain
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9/10/2017 20:20:59Julia FischerDepartment of Information TechnologyMarylandjulia.fischer@maryland.gov1) MD iMAP Services Status Dashboard - Real-time reporting of service status, including service disruption and performance issue alerts and service usage statistics, such as top 5 requested services and number of requests.
2) OSPREY 4.0 Released - Situational awareness mapping application enhanced user experience with access to current conditions and improved collaboration with emergency response agencies from local governments across the state.
3) LiDAR Download Tool - Publicly accessible application to facilitate custom area downloads from multiple LiDAR collections, as well as pre-defined areas of point cloud data available for download as compressed LAS files.
1) MD iMAP Enterprise Platform 3.0 - Next generation of statewide GIS platform to provide access to Esri Portal capabilities and centralize agencies on shared infrastructure for enhanced support, cost savings and improved collaboration.
2) Next Generation 9-1-1 - Advance state government's support to local governments related to GIS and data for NG9-1-1 systems and workflows.
3) Statewide Properties Enterprise Program - Establish a centralized database with fundamental components relevant to all properties in Maryland designed to integrate with existing systems and provide querying and reporting capabilities.
1) Communication
2) Adequate resources for and prioritization of existing and future projects
3) Expanding focus beyond fundmental GIS to GIS as part of larger IT initiatives
a) One Maryland, One Centerline initiative to create a collaborative, statewide, seamless road centerline dataset containing linear referencing route and measure information based on authoritative data.
b) Maryland Road Closure Reporter application displays road closures throughout Maryland as reported by state and local jurisdictions in a collaborative environment.
c) GIS Software Master Contract provides for ease of procurement of GIS software from five master contractors: 1Spatial, Esri, GeoComm, Hexagon and Pitney Bowes.
d) GIS SaaS Master Contract will provide, in late 2017, for ease of procurement of GIS and open data software for categories including location-based analytics, asset management, open data platforms, data subscriptions and training.
911 tax/fee, State general fund appropriation, Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays Trust Fundhttp://data.imap.maryland.govhttp://imap.maryland.govhttp://msgic.orgSynopsis: "Repealing the authority of specified governmental units to adopt a fee structure to cover specified costs for system services; altering a specified definition for the purpose of repealing the authority of specified governmental units to adopt a fee structure to cover specified costs relating to existing system products; authorizing specified governmental units to adopt a fee structure for system products that includes an additional charge of not more than $50; repealing a specified requirement; etc." http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/webmga/frmMain.aspx?id=sb0094&stab=01&pid=billpage&tab=subject3&ys=2015RS86974251 - Greatest Impact10 - Least impact3561 - Greatest Impact32748 - Least impactYes - official state-level GIO (or equivalent...note this applies to all uses of the term GIO in this survey)State CIO's office (including state Technology Department if led by CIO)Other manager in the CIO's officeGovernor Appointment10 to 1415No (Skip to the next section.)NoN/AInfrastructure, IT Integration, Data ManagementYes - we have a 501c nonprofit state GIS user associationExecutive orderRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceDoes not attendDoes not attendIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceStrongly agreeDisagreeNot applicableStrongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly disagreeNo impactDeeply involved, Coordinating with local governments to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Building and maintaining data to support NG9-1-1 rollout96% to 100%Minimal amount of general fundingYesYesNoYesYesYesNoYesYes10010096% to 100%Approximately $1,000,000YesYesYesNoYesYesLeaf-Off, Natural color, Color infrared, 4-Band, Aerial, Public domain
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9/11/2017 8:25:01Tony SimentalWV Office of GIS CoordinationWVtony.a.simental@wv.govNew lidar for one third of the state. GIS Coordinator's Office back in Charleston, WV. Re-started broadband mapping program. More lidar. Update GIS Strategic PlanFunding, funding, did I mention funding? The WV flood tool developed by the GIS Technical Center has become a widely used by flood managers, realtors, and emergency response personnel throughout the stateWildlife/Hunting/Fishing tax/fee, The office has a dedicated budget (very small), and individual agencies include their GIS operations within their own budgets.http://wvgis.wvu.edu/data/data.phphttp://www.wvgs.wvnet.edu/www/giscoord/index.phpThe State GIS Program was developed under Executive Order 4-93, which was revised by Executive Order 10-10 to reflect a more formalized GIS coordination structure as detailed below.
The WV GIS Policy Council oversees the state's GIS program, consisting of state departmental executives, local government executives at the regional, county, and municipal level, and the WV GIS Coordinator and the President of the WV Association of Geospatial Professionals as non-voting members. The Policy Council appoints GIS representatives from their organizations, as well as representatives from the academic, private, and federal sectors, to the State GIS Steering Committee, which is charged with the development and implementation of the state's Strategic Plan for GIS and is chaired by the WV GIS Coordinator. 

http://www.wvgs.wvnet.edu/www/giscoord/wvgis_data/wvgis_documents/WV_ExecutiveOrder10-10.pdf

and

http://www.wvgs.wvnet.edu/www/giscoord/wvgis_data/wvgis_documents/WV_ExecutiveOrder4-93.pdf
7610 - Least impact1 - Greatest Impact8942538 - Least impact1 - Greatest Impact234576Yes - official statewide GIS coordinator (not officially called GIO, but authorized to perform statewide coordination work on a full-time basis)Geological and Economic SurveyDepartment headExecutive order014Yes2010AgreeDisagreeStrongly agreehttp://www.wvgs.wvnet.edu/www/giscoord/strategicplan.phpYes - multiple business plansCadastral fabric, State wide lidar, Statewide imagery Yes - official, active state GIS council per state EXECUTIVE ORDER or ADMIN RULEExecutive orderRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceDoes not attendIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableStrongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly agreeAgreeAgreeStrongly agreeN/AModerately involved75% to 95%Counties update their datasets and share with the State. YesYesNoNoYesYesNot applicableYesNot applicableThere is no state program for acquiring statewide orthoimagery. (Skip to the next section.)Cero at the State level. Some counties have acquisition plansYesYesYesNoYesYes
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9/11/2017 8:48:46Frank WintersNYS Office of Information Technology ServicesNew Yorkfrank.winters@its.ny.govPhase I of the GIS Web services platform called ShareGIS is in production

Elevation data Program data program expanded to cover 90% of the State in LIDAR

Supported the Governor’s Press Office with content for 43 press events
Improve public’s access to GIS data

Implement Phase II of the ShareGIS GIS web services platform expanding the number and reach of services

Finalize a Statewide GIS Strategic Plan
Automatically pulling data from business systems allowing those data to be exposed as GIS web services

Census 2020 preparations including LUCA support
Assisted State and local governments with GIS Data to support 9-1-1 dispatch systemsFederal grant, 911 tax/fee, State general fund appropriation, State enterprise geospatial fund (dedicated/restricted fund)Agriculture (USDA), Interior (DOI)gis.ny.govgis.ny.govhttp://gis.ny.gov/coordinationprogram/9210 - Least impact36871 - Greatest Impact451 - Greatest Impact546278 - Least impact3Yes - official state-level GIO (or equivalent...note this applies to all uses of the term GIO in this survey)State CIO's office (including state Technology Department if led by CIO)Other manager in the CIO's officeExecutive decision in IT agency20 or more20Yes2008Strongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly agreehttp://gis.ny.gov/coordinationprogram/straplan/Yes - one business planhttp://gis.ny.gov/coordinationprogram/parcelplan/Cloud
Yes - official, active state GIS council per state EXECUTIVE ORDER or ADMIN RULEAdvisooryRegular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendRegular attendanceDoes not attendDoes not attendDoes not attendDoes not attendDoes not attendRegular attendanceDoes not attendNot applicableNot applicableStrongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly disagreeReduced imagery update cycleModerately involved, Coordinating with local governments to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Working on new standards to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Building and maintaining data to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Our office has a seat on the state 9-1-1 board or equivalent body96% to 100%$250,000YesYesNoNoYesYesYesYesYesboth at 100% coverageboth at 100% coverage96% to 100%$1,000,000YesYesYesNoYesYesLeaf-Off, 4-Band, Aerial, Public domainLeaf-Off, 4-Band, Aerial, Public domain
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9/11/2017 12:48:39Joanne MarkertOffice of the Chief Information Officer/ WATechWashingtonjoanne.markert@ocio.wa.govFinalized a Statewide Imagery Consortium
Worked with County partners to streamline the development of a statewide county parcel layer
Transitioned to a new Statewide GIS Coordinator
Re-evaluate GIS Strategic Plan
Increase support for smaller agencies to access and utilize GIS
Develop method for handling big data, such as imagery and LiDAR
Funding
Expanding coordination to include more people/ agencies
Integrating GIS mobile/ field technologies into more parts of state business
Assessment on state agencies (or state IT internal service fund), Ad-hoc multi-agency partnership funding (state and/or local government, utilities, etc.)http://geo.wa.gov/http://ocio.wa.gov/programs/geospatial-program-officehttps://www.ocio.wa.gov/boards-and-committees/geographic-information-technology-git-committee-010 - Least impact987341 - Greatest Impact265371 - Greatest Impact45628 - Least impactYes - official statewide GIS coordinator (not officially called GIO, but authorized to perform statewide coordination work on a full-time basis)State CIO's office (including state Technology Department if led by CIO)Other manager in the CIO's office1 to 4Yes2014Not applicableNot applicableStrongly agreehttps://www.ocio.wa.gov/sites/default/files/public/GIS%20Strategic%20Plan%202015-19%20Final.pdfNoYes - unofficial, but active state GIS councilIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendAgreeAgreeSomewhat involvedThere is no state program for developing or maintaining an authoritative statewide parcel database. (Skip to the next section.)96% to 100%$235K; plus staff time to process and hosting expensesYesYesNoYesYesLeaf-On, 4-BandLeaf-On, 4-Band
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9/11/2017 13:35:00Jon GottsegenGovernor's Office of Information TechnologyColoradojon.gottsegen@state.co.usServer infrastructure refresh, semi-annual data call, LiDAR grant/collaborationSupport state EOC, Onboard web apps/GIS support for major state agency, Restructure LiDAR distribution appDemand for services exceeding resources, Charge model, Open data policyWorking with state flood mapping agency to update LiDAR data with FEMA funds.http://data.colorado.govhttp://maps.co.gov/confluence7810 - Least impact64231 - Greatest Impact958 - Least impact1 - Greatest Impact354627Yes - official statewide GIS coordinator (not officially called GIO, but authorized to perform statewide coordination work on a full-time basis)Governor's officeOther manager in the CIO's officeNothing official. The office just did it.5 to 910No (Skip to the next section.)NoNo active state GIS council or bodyStrongly disagreeStrongly disagreeStrongly disagreeDisagreeStrongly agreeAgreeNo involvement75% to 95%YesYesYesYesYesYesNoNoNoThere is no state program for acquiring statewide orthoimagery. (Skip to the next section.)
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9/13/2017 9:25:32Mary FultonOffice of Administration/Office for Information TechnologyPennsylvaniamfulton@pa.gov1.) Implementation of a fully functioning State Geospatial Coordinating Board, as authorized by Act 178 of 2014.
2.) Development of GIS Governance Framework.
3.) Adoption of core basemap themes.
1.) Completion of GIS Strategic Plan for Pennsylvania.
2.) Creation of official basemap to house authoritative data layers.
3.) Establish a service delivery framework to improve geospatial service delivery in the Commonwealth.
1.) workforce stability - aligning workforce to evolving needs.
2.) constrained fiscal environment - money to sustain/money to improve/change
3.) coordination of strategic investments & execution across diverse stakeholders
Next Generation 911 (NG911) program will require accurate GIS data for emergency response activities. Through collaboration between the GIS stakeholders in Pennsylvania and the 9-1-1 Office within the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA), the acquisition of statewide aerial imagery for utilization within the NG911 routing solutions, CAD systems, and GIS systems across Pennsylvania is anticipated to be funded through the use of 911 taxes/fees.Environmental protection tax/fee, Federal grant, 911 tax/fee, Property transfer tax/fee, State general fund appropriation, Assessment on state agencies (or state IT internal service fund), State fuel or road tax/feeAgriculture (USDA), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Health and Human Services (HHS), Interior (DOI), Transportation (DOT)http://www.pasda.psu.edu/http://www.gis.pa.govhttp://www.oa.pa.gov/Programs/Information%20Technology/Pages/geoboard.aspxAct 178 of 214 - State Geospatial Coordinating Board
http://www.legis.state.pa.us/CFDOCS/LEGIS/LI/uconsCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&yr=2014&sessInd=0&smthLwInd=0&act=0178.
72948361 - Greatest Impact10 - Least impact541 - Greatest Impact235768 - Least impactNo (Skip to next section.)In progressNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNoYes - official, active state GIS council defined/recognized in state STATUTE (law)StatueRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableIrregular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableRegular attendanceRegular attendanceIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableDisagreeAgreeDisagreeDisagreeAgreeNot applicableLost the ability to have current data for regions/areas previously covered. The previously covered locations must either fully fund the acquisition of updated data or accept the risks associated with using data that is not current.Working on new standards to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Our office has a seat on the state 9-1-1 board or equivalent body, State Geospatial Coordinating Board/GIS stakeholder community working in collaboration with State 9-1-1 Office to implementWe are planning to implement an authoritative statewide parcel database within the next 24 months.NoNoNoYesYesYesYesYesNo96% to 100%NoYesYesNoYesYesLeaf-Off, Natural color, Aerial, Public domain
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9/15/2017 12:07:16Karen RogersWyoming Game and Fish DepartmentWYkaren.rogers1@wyo.gov1. Renewed ELA for 3 state agencies. 2. Governor reinstated our Advisory Board. 3. Raising awareness of NG911.1. Get Advisory Board up and running. 2. Make strides with Dept. of Education utilizing GIS. 3. Continue momentum for NG911.1. State budget. 2. No GIO position. 3. Governor's 2nd term coming to an end.None.geospatialhub.orgNone.Not updated yet.The only thing we have on the book is tangential to the creation of our consolidated IT agency. The agency is directed to enhance coordination among all levels of government for GIS. http://law.justia.com/codes/wyoming/2015/title-9/chapter-2/article-29/section-9-2-2906 7610 - Least impact2941 - Greatest Impact85364321 - Greatest Impact578 - Least impactNo (Skip to next section.)No (Skip to the next section.)NoJust reinstituted but not official yet.Strongly disagreeStrongly disagreeNot applicableAgreeStrongly disagreeStrongly disagreeIt hasn't. No involvement96% to 100%NoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesYes100There is no state program for acquiring statewide orthoimagery. (Skip to the next section.)
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9/15/2017 19:30:01Cy SmithGeospatial Enterprise Office/Office of the State CIOOregoncy.smith@oregon.gov1. Enacted legislation authorizing GIS Council and mandating geospatial data sharing between public bodies; 2. Acquired one foot orthoimagery for half of state (49,000 sq. mi.); 3. Initiated activity to address childhood trauma1. Develop ongoing funding mechanism for Framework data development & maintenance for all public bodies; 2. Position GIS Council as arbiter of authoritative data and sources; 3. Design and develop budget for geospatial Hub for data sharing between all public bodies1. Communicating need for significant geospatial funding to the Legislature; 2. Developing appropriate performance metrics to track geospatial ROI; 3. Designing geospatial data sharing hubOne foot orthoimagery acquired for east half of state in 2017, west half will be acquired in 2018 spring flying season. Ortho contract is a six year price agreement that includes hyperspectral, QL1 Lidar, bathy, and 6in/3in ortho as optional items. Address points collected from local governments and PSAPs, cleaned, and used to update statewide cascading geocoder. Set up price agreements for oblique imagery with two companies for public bodies to use, GEO gets the imagery, too. Initiated a project to conduct a technology evaluation that will lead to design of geospatial data sharing hub.Wildlife/Hunting/Fishing tax/fee, Environmental protection tax/fee, Federal grant, 911 tax/fee, Other telecommunications tax/fee, Property transfer tax/fee, State general fund appropriation, Assessment on state agencies (or state IT internal service fund), State fuel or road tax/feeInterior (DOI), Transportation (DOT)http://spatialdata.oregonexplorer.info/geoportal/http://gis/oregon.govhttp://www.oregon.gov/geo/Pages/ogic.aspxhttps://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2017R1/Downloads/MeasureDocument/HB2906/Enrolled10 - Least impact8976321 - Greatest Impact5441 - Greatest Impact236758 - Least impactYes - official state-level GIO (or equivalent...note this applies to all uses of the term GIO in this survey)State CIO's office (including state Technology Department if led by CIO)Other manager in the CIO's officeStatute1 to 425Yes2010AgreeAgreeStrongly agreehttp://www.oregon.gov/geo/OGIC%20Documents/2010FinalGISPlan_091510.pdfYes - multiple business plansNot postedAddresses, NG911, Clearinghouse/HubYes - official, active state GIS council defined/recognized in state STATUTE (law)StatueRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceStrongly agreeDisagreeNot applicableDisagreeStrongly agreeAgreeLimited total available funding, caused less imagery to be acquired in some places, changed standardization protocolsModerately involved96% to 100%$750,000YesYesNoYesYesYesNoNoNo50% to 74%$1.23MYesYesYesNoYesYesLeaf-On, Natural color, Color infrared, 4-Band, Aerial, Public domain
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9/21/2017 15:18:40Rachel MicanderNevada Bureau of Mines and GeologyNevadarmicander@unr.edu1. Multi agency collaboration and acquisition of funding for the 3DEP program to gain Q1 and Q2 LiDAR coverage for the greater Reno-Sparks area.
2. Began collaboration with University of Nevada, Reno Keck Library and Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology to organize statewide geospatial data and begin steps to improve data dissemination.
3. Creation of the Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology Open Data site. This site allows users to easily access and download free geospatial data available from NBMG. It also provides a central location for searching for other open data sources throughout the state. This is a work in progress and we expect it to continue to expand as we grow.
1. Continue to work with USGS and other agencies to promote LiDAR acquisition for Nevada.
2. Formalize a geospatial information council
3. Continue to gather, improve, and disseminate geospatial data where possible.
1. Lack of a GIO, GIS Coordinator, or a strong advocate for geospatial data, software, or overall geospatial data plan within State Government.
2. Lack of an official state clearinghouse.
3. Limited staff and funding.
Federal grant, Funding from the College of Science at UNR for NBMG data dissemination projects. Energy (DOE), Interior (DOI), National Science Foundation (NSF)http://www.nbmg.unr.edu/Maps&Data/VirtualClearinghouse.html and http://keck.library.unr.edu/ and https://data-nbmg.opendata.arcgis.com/N/AN/AThere is no formal GIS Council in Nevada. Nevada has a professional GIS Society with board members (NGIS) and a State Mapping Advisory Committee (SMAC)7210 - Least impact4861 - Greatest Impact593721 - Greatest Impact35648 - Least impactNo (Skip to next section.)No (Skip to the next section.)Yes - multiple business planshttps://www.fgdc.gov/grants/2012CAP/InterimFinalReports/139-12-4-NV-FinalReport.pdfNo active state GIS council or bodyNo state GIO or GIS Coordinator. There is no state program for developing or maintaining an authoritative statewide parcel database. (Skip to the next section.)There is no state program for acquiring statewide orthoimagery. (Skip to the next section.)
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9/24/2017 8:58:40Mike SharpOffice of Geographic InformationOklahomamike.sharp@conservation.ok.gov1. Statewide parcel information free to the public through the state clearinghouse, OKMaps;
2. Continue to receive funding from the OK Homeland Security for OKMaps development and maintenance;
3. OKMaps enhancement to show user location data on mobile devices
1. Obtain state funding to support the Office of Geographic Information staff and operation;
2. Revise current statewide address standard to incorporate next-gen 911 standards in cooperation with the state 911 authority;
3. Improve the delivery of real-time, authoritative geospatial data from state agencies through OKMaps.
1. Finding a legislative champion for the Office of Geographic Information;
2. Obtain funding to support the day-to-day operation and data management of OKMaps. The Homeland Security grant provides for application developement but no staff support for data management and operation;
3. Resistance of various state and local units of government to fully share their geospatial data and to make it available to the public without a fee and/or restrictions.
The OKMaps clearinghouse is built and operates entirely using Open Source technology. The OKMaps user interface was upgraded to include the ability of the user to add their location to the maps for tracking in real time on their mobile device. Statewide parcel data with monthly updates is provided by a vendor at no cost that we can distribute through OKMaps WMS service. Individual parcel data can be retrieved and printed.State grant of federal Homeland Security fundsHomeland Security (DHS)https://okmaps.org/ogi/search.aspxNAhttp://okmaps.onenet.net/index.htmlState Geographic Information Council
http://www.oscn.net/applications/oscn/DeliverDocument.asp?CiteID=97812
State Geographic Information Revolving Fund
http://www.oscn.net/applications/oscn/DeliverDocument.asp?CiteID=97813
Office of Geographic Information
http://www.oscn.net/applications/oscn/DeliverDocument.asp?CiteID=441098
Establishment of State Clearinghouse
http://www.oscn.net/applications/oscn/DeliverDocument.asp?CiteID=463599
4310 - Least impact69721 - Greatest Impact858 - Least impact51 - Greatest Impact67432Yes - official statewide GIS coordinator (not officially called GIO, but authorized to perform statewide coordination work on a full-time basis)Natural resources department/agencyAgency or unit headStatute0Yes2007AgreeAgreeStrongly agreehttp://okmaps.onenet.net/strategic_plan.htmYes - one business planIncluded in the Strategic PlanAcquisition of statewide imagery; Incentives for local units of government to provide local data; State services to support local governmentYes - official, active state GIS council defined/recognized in state STATUTE (law)StatueNot applicableRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableRegular attendanceNot applicableRegular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableDisagreeNot applicableNot applicableAgreeAgreeDisagreeThis has been a significant loss. The two largest cities in Oklahoma we included in this program. Without it we are not able to have this imagery available to the public. Current imagery is out of date and of limited value.Deeply involved, Working on new standards to support NG9-1-1 rollout, Building and maintaining data to support NG9-1-1 rolloutThere is no state program for developing or maintaining an authoritative statewide parcel database. (Skip to the next section.)Not applicableNot applicableNoYesNoYesNot applicableYesYesThere is no state program for acquiring statewide orthoimagery. (Skip to the next section.)
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10/12/2017 11:27:23Dr. Timothy M. De TroyeSC GICSouth Carolinadetroyet@gis.sc.govContinued growth of the state's GIS Council, Increased collaboration across state agencies, increased data sharing both vertically and horizontallyFinalize statewide imagery acquisition plan, increase cross-agency collaboration pre and post-disaster, increase automation of statewide layers of local dataFunding for third party generated data acquisition, assistance with statewide data conflation, expanding web services to meet the needs of the Council and local governmentFederal grant, Federal partnership (BAA, MOA, contract, etc.), 911 tax/fee, Assessment on state agencies (or state IT internal service fund)Agriculture (USDA), Transportation (DOT)www.gis.sc.govwww.gis.sc.govwww.gis.sc.gov910 - Least impact563721 - Greatest Impact8461 - Greatest Impact523748 - Least impactYes - official statewide GIS coordinator (not officially called GIO, but authorized to perform statewide coordination work on a full-time basis)Natural resources department/agencyall participating agenciesMulti-agency MOU0unknown but a lotYes2013AgreeAgreeStrongly agreeYes - multiple business plansaerial photo acquisition, LiDAR acquisition, data conflationYes - unofficial, but active state GIS councilmulti-agency MOAIrregular attendanceRegular attendanceDoes not attendIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceIrregular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceRegular attendanceNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableStrongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly disagreeit impacted how often the affected cities/areas are flown for imagery updatesModerately involved75% to 95%0YesYesNoNoYesYesNoNoNo96% to 100%unknown - funded at local levelYesYesNoNoYesNot applicableLeaf-Off, Natural color, Color infrared, 4-Band, Aerial
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