Department of ConservationCredit Union Building-9:00 am
Call to Order
Meeting called to order at 9:11 a.m.
Welcome and Introduction of Members and Attendees
Bobbie Sue Koellingpresent
Clayton BlodgettMORAP (proxy for Diane True)
State GIO DiscussionRyan Lanclos
Imagery for the Nation Letter of Support Vote
Quick review of current proposal as it would affect Missouri. Discussion. Motion from David Drum to endorse proposal and then identify opportunities for improvement. Tony Spicci pointed out that the proposal is finalized. Motion withdrawn. Animated discussion. Motion from Jeff Schloss not to endorse the proposal. Seconded by Kevin Kuhlmann. Discussion. Call to question. Motion withdrawn. Motion from Steve Marsh to endorse the proposal with the qualification that Missouri receive statewide leaf-off imagery. Seconded by JimLaScala. Friendly amendment from Tony Spicci to endorse the proposal and charge the GIO to work with NSGIC technical committee on the leaf-off issue. Friendly amendment declined. Discussion. Call to question. Motion restated: MGISAC endorses Imagery for the Nation. Missouri would like to be considered part of the Eastern states. [States east of the Mississippi receive leaf-off imagery.] Approved by vote.
MAGIC Awards Vote
Return your votes to Ryan by the end of the day.
MAGIC Symposium Grant Update
Six grant applications submitted and sent on to MAGIC.
Report from State Agency GIS Forum
Discussed ESRI statewide license proposal; individual agencies are verifying license numbers to compare against the proposal.
Take a look atwww.gis.mo.gov.
Next meeting topic: state training
GIS mentoring pairings beginning
Homeland Security Advisory committee “MOMAP”
Approval of the Minutes
Motion to approve the minutes from Jeff Schloss, seconded by Steve Marsh, approved by vote.
Data DevelopmentRay Fox/Jeff Schloss
Met in February, looked at survey results. Time to firm up support and put out an RFI.
GIS Data Policy & LegislationTony Spicci
Trying to sort through approximately 300 bills. HB 1850 discussion.
GIT ArchitectureTim Haithcoat
Spatial data accuracy standard coming soon, location data element. Geocoding effort not complete.
Homeland SecurityTim Haithcoat
Investment Justification handout and overview.
Local Government GroupSteve Marsh/Greg Resz
Met February 9. First regional mini-conference will be held in Northwest (Cameron) Missouri in May. Subcommittee will meet after (or during) lunch.
Strategic PlanningPam Kelrick
Meeting today. Hoping for approval of work plan in April. Jeff Falter asked for a tangible proposal for restructuring subcommittees. Discussion. Informal show of hands in support of restructuring subcommittees. Will go to Jeff Falter for approval. Subcommittee chairs please submit a short statement about the purpose of your subcommittee. Jeff Schloss would like to know if the Grants subcommittee is being created so that grants goals in Data Development and Data Policy and Legislation can move.
Outreach & EducationMark Duewell/David Drum/Jim LaScala
Work Plan and Mission and Vision statements are out of draft. Mini-conference shaping up. May 9, 10, 16, or 17. New brochure passed around for comment. Visited Tri-Lakes GIS User Group. Visited St. Louis ?.
Missouri GIS ConferenceTony Spicci
Chairsfollow your MAGIC counterparts around at MAGIC. MOGIS will have to pay attention to dwindling conference attendance. Discussion.
NAIP ’05 and CLU on MSDIS
Mark D: presented National Map certificates to new participating counties. CAP grant info trickling in.
April 23-27, preliminary programs available. March 17 cutoff for early registration. Discussion.
Clayton B: Remote Sensing presentations April 5 9 a.m.-Noon at MORAP
Fifty States CAP grant templates moving along. Governance of the NSDI topic. Discussion
MSDIS ActivitesMark Duewell
Cross-training staff. Data going up. Updating SDE and improving deployment. MACOG meeting April 13-14. GTC regionalArcGIStrainings coming up. USGS GOS issues with GNIS. Motion from Steve Marsh for MSDIS to create a report supporting the stance on leaf-off imagery for Imagery for the Nation. Seconded by Kevin Kuhlmann. Friendly amendment from Tim Haithcoat. Approved by vote.
MAGIC Sponsorship RegistrationsReview Applications
Registrations granted to two active committee members who applied.
Round Table Discussionall
Pam K: Adair Co. roads all GPS’ed
Jeff S: Question about GIS Day at the Capitol
Ryan L: GIS Day at the Capitol: First floor rotunda, April 13, 15 tables and 30 chairs. Email forthcoming.
Announcement of next meeting
April 13, 2006 @ Conservation Credit Union
Adjourned at 11:48 a.m.