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Published on October 9, 2009

Author: NSGIC

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DESTINATION & POINT OF BEGINNING?
GIS Reaches Enterprise Status in Minnesota

NATIONAL STATES GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION COUNCIL DESTINATION & POINT OF BEGINNING? GIS Reaches Enterprise Status in Minnesota

Developed over years with community input Many setbacks along the way Supported by CIO and 3 commissioner sponsors Proposed as Governor reform initiative Legislation sponsored by legislative leaders Created by legislative action Followed up with continued engagement News Flash: May 16, 2009 Minnesota Legislature Creates Geospatial Information Office

Developed over years with community input

Many setbacks along the way

Supported by CIO and 3 commissioner sponsors

Proposed as Governor reform initiative

Legislation sponsored by legislative leaders

Created by legislative action

Followed up with continued engagement

The Journey: Pack a Lunch! 1978: LMIC established – 1st state GIS program in nation? 1990: First Strategic Plan for State GIS (PlanGraphics) 1991: Executive Order creates Governor’s Council on GI 2004: Second Strategic Plan for State GIS (GCGI) 2006: FGDC CAP 50 States grant 2007: Compass Points retreat recommends priorities 2008: Enterprise GIS adopted as DTE Subcabinet initiative 2009: MGIO authorized by legislation The Journey: Pack a Lunch!

1978: LMIC established – 1st state GIS program in nation?

1990: First Strategic Plan for State GIS (PlanGraphics)

1991: Executive Order creates Governor’s Council on GI

2004: Second Strategic Plan for State GIS (GCGI)

2006: FGDC CAP 50 States grant

2007: Compass Points retreat recommends priorities

2008: Enterprise GIS adopted as DTE Subcabinet initiative

2009: MGIO authorized by legislation

2008

GIS cost to government: Conservatively: $12,564,000 /yr Thus, 10% efficiency would yield >$1M/yr. savings At our first meeting, the State CIO, Gopal Khana asked: “What is the GIS cost to government?” So we figured it out (approximately).

GIS cost to government:

Conservatively: $12,564,000 /yr

Thus, 10% efficiency would yield >$1M/yr. savings

1 If we had an organization that did state government-wide, enterprise GIS coordination, what would it look like? We built a job description. Job Description for a Minnesota Geospatial Coordination Entity 3 major activities; 8 program elements Geospatial Coordination Technical Infrastructure Technical Support Coordination, Outreach, Communication Intra-government (agencies) Inter-government (Counties, Feds) Extra-government Data Coordination Data gaps Data Standards Data stewardship Aggregation of 3 rd party data Enterprise licensing Technology Coordination Project & procurement review Agency-based enterprise resources New enterprise technologies Data Services Deployment of an Enterprise Data Library Web Services Map services (OGC) Capability services (geocode) Training Formal, technical Guidance Mentoring Best practices Consulting & Project Support In-source vs. outsource

When GIS utilization continues to grow, how do you build an economic business case? Cost avoidance. 41 Cost Avoidance Assumptions: 10% /year current GIS cost growth rate 5% /year after MnGEO implementation $2.2M funding increase for MnGEO Yields net $10.1M savings over 10 years Reducing the Cost of GIS Improved coordination Reduced duplication of effort More efficient data storage/management More effective software licensing Shared web applications and services Coordinated data acquisition, collection and compilation Common data distribution portal Communal strategic investments in data/technology

Cost Avoidance Assumptions:

10% /year current GIS cost growth rate

5% /year after MnGEO implementation

$2.2M funding increase for MnGEO

Yields net $10.1M savings over 10 years

Reducing the Cost of GIS

Improved coordination

Reduced duplication of effort

More efficient data storage/management

More effective software licensing

Shared web applications and services

Coordinated data acquisition, collection and compilation

Common data distribution portal

Communal strategic investments in data/technology

Everybody’s watching, expectations are high, we’ve got one shot to make this work. What are the risks? 39 Perceptions of insufficient transformation This must be more than re-branding Loss of agency GIS program support Continue transparency and active outreach to agencies Especially larger agencies w/ enterprise programs: DOT, DNR, PCA (they have the least to gain) Missing the unique timing of the Drive to Excellence initiative Inadequate funding Insufficient support for cross agency activities Inadequate performance of shared services and resources

Perceptions of insufficient transformation

This must be more than re-branding

Loss of agency GIS program support

Continue transparency and active outreach to agencies

Especially larger agencies w/ enterprise programs: DOT, DNR, PCA (they have the least to gain)

Missing the unique timing of the Drive to Excellence initiative

Inadequate funding

Insufficient support for cross agency activities

Inadequate performance of shared services and resources

Priorities Match priorities to legislative mandate. Operational Evaluate existing services and make needed adjustments. Organizational Evaluate capacities and make needed adjustments. Resources Focus limited resources on high priorities and pursue options to fill the “resource gaps.” Partnerships Identify strategic partnerships and work hard to make them work . MnGeo’s Challenging Journey Ahead

Priorities Match priorities to legislative mandate.

Operational Evaluate existing services and make needed adjustments.

Organizational Evaluate capacities and make needed adjustments.

Resources Focus limited resources on high priorities and pursue options to fill the “resource gaps.”

Partnerships Identify strategic partnerships and work hard to make them work .

MnGeo’s MISSION Improve services statewide through the C oordinated, A ffordable, R eliable, and E ffective use of GIS. Coordinated Affordable Reliable Effective GIS

Chief Information Officer Office of Enterprise Technology Commissioner Department of Administration

MnGeo Organization Funding 5.5 FTE – Geo 0.5 FTE – Admin 1.0 FTE -- IT

The Journey: Pack a Lunch! Legislative awareness and support Access to commissioners/cabinet Invitations to advise agencies on their business. Stimulus Funding/State Investments (Finance) Broadband (Commerce) Public Safety, Transportation, Economic Development, Corrections Agency contributions to enterprise data and service initiatives The Journey: Worth the Trip!

Legislative awareness and support

Access to commissioners/cabinet

Invitations to advise agencies on their business.

Stimulus Funding/State Investments (Finance)

Broadband (Commerce)

Public Safety, Transportation, Economic Development, Corrections

Agency contributions to enterprise data and service initiatives

Key Reminder! Respect and Involve Your Stakeholders

For More Information About the Minnesota Experience http://www.gis.state.mn.us/committee/MSDI/dte.htm David Arbeit – [email_address] Michael Terner – [email_address]

About the Minnesota Experience

http://www.gis.state.mn.us/committee/MSDI/dte.htm

David Arbeit – [email_address]

Michael Terner – [email_address]

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