Oregon Strategic Plan

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Published on October 9, 2009

Author: NSGIC

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Description

Oregon Strategic Plan for Geospatial Information Management

Oregon Strategic Plan for Geospatial Information Management OGIC

Strengths Coordination environment Framework data Standards

Coordination environment

Framework data

Standards

Opportunities Stimulus spending – ORSTATS ESRI Enterprise License Agreement Widespread use of GIS, particularly in local government

Stimulus spending – ORSTATS

ESRI Enterprise License Agreement

Widespread use of GIS, particularly in local government

Challenges & Limitations Lack of knowledge regarding geographic information and GIS technology. Lack of understanding by some policy makers of the fundamental importance of location for decision making. Lack of good model agreements for collaboration and data sharing, particularly across organizational boundaries and policy areas. Adequate communication to all parts of the state regarding GIS coordination activities, issues, projects, and programs GIS coordination governance structure that is non-inclusive, weighted too heavily toward state government

Lack of knowledge regarding geographic information and GIS technology.

Lack of understanding by some policy makers of the fundamental importance of location for decision making.

Lack of good model agreements for collaboration and data sharing, particularly across organizational boundaries and policy areas.

Adequate communication to all parts of the state regarding GIS coordination activities, issues, projects, and programs

GIS coordination governance structure that is non-inclusive, weighted too heavily toward state government

Challenges & Limitations Insufficient sustainable funding at the local government level to support geographic information development and maintenance Limited use of GIS to manage geographic information for socio-economic purposes in Oregon. Limited use of metadata to document data sets as they have been created over the years. Lack of metrics related to the costs and benefits of GIS use in Oregon. Outdated and conflicting statutes related to data privacy, public access to data, and liability for data.

Insufficient sustainable funding at the local government level to support geographic information development and maintenance

Limited use of GIS to manage geographic information for socio-economic purposes in Oregon.

Limited use of metadata to document data sets as they have been created over the years.

Lack of metrics related to the costs and benefits of GIS use in Oregon.

Outdated and conflicting statutes related to data privacy, public access to data, and liability for data.

Mission & Vision Mission - Support the business of Oregon government by enabling efficient and effective use and sharing of geospatial information Vision - An environment for managing Oregon’s geospatial assets that: Encourages and supports the contributions of everyone in the Geographic Information Community; Leverages the human, technical, and information resources of the Geographic Information Community to accomplish measurable statewide and local objectives and to solve real problems; Provides an organized framework to enable data integration and sharing of both spatial and non-spatial applications and information; Raises the awareness and knowledge of all citizens and businesses in the state about the uses and benefits of all geospatial technologies; Serves as a facilitator between geospatial technology and the broader realm of information technology; Prevents or discourages misuse or abuse of public data; Spreads the benefits of geographic information and geospatial technology broadly and equitably to improve the quality of life and the environment for Oregon’s citizens.

Mission - Support the business of Oregon government by enabling efficient and effective use and sharing of geospatial information

Vision - An environment for managing Oregon’s geospatial assets that:

Encourages and supports the contributions of everyone in the Geographic Information Community;

Leverages the human, technical, and information resources of the Geographic Information Community to accomplish measurable statewide and local objectives and to solve real problems;

Provides an organized framework to enable data integration and sharing of both spatial and non-spatial applications and information;

Raises the awareness and knowledge of all citizens and businesses in the state about the uses and benefits of all geospatial technologies;

Serves as a facilitator between geospatial technology and the broader realm of information technology;

Prevents or discourages misuse or abuse of public data;

Spreads the benefits of geographic information and geospatial technology broadly and equitably to improve the quality of life and the environment for Oregon’s citizens.

Strategic Objectives Develop and Implement a Revised Funding Model for Geospatial Coordination Increase Inclusiveness of the Geospatial Governance Model Enable and Expand Data Sharing and Accessibility Improve Communications within the Geospatial Information Community Formalize and Improve Data Stewardship Model Expand & Improve Customer Service, Support & Training Promote Broader Accessibility and Use of GIS Technology

Develop and Implement a Revised Funding Model for Geospatial Coordination

Increase Inclusiveness of the Geospatial Governance Model

Enable and Expand Data Sharing and Accessibility

Improve Communications within the Geospatial Information Community

Formalize and Improve Data Stewardship Model

Expand & Improve Customer Service, Support & Training

Promote Broader Accessibility and Use of GIS Technology

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