Missouri GIS Advisory Committee Minutes – May 11, 2006

Department of ConservationCredit Union Building-9:00 am

Call to Order

Meeting called to order at 9:08 a.m.

Welcome and Introduction of Members and Attendees

Ex-Officio Members

Ryan Lanclospresent
Tim Haithcoat

State Members

Debbie Briedwellpresent
Jeff FalterChairpresent
Bobbie Sue Koellingpresent
Melissa Lanclospresent
Terry Libbertpresent
Eric Manessabsent
Jeff Schlosspresent
Tony SpicciVice-chairpresent
Beth Struempfabsent
Mike Sutherlandabsent
Arnold Williamspresent

Cooperating Members

Elizabeth Cookexcused
David DrumSecretarypresent
Mike Duncanexcused
Ray Fox (proxy for Liz Cook)present
Michael Gawedzinskipresent
Dawn Hilderbrandexcused
Pam Kelrickpresent
Curtis Koonsabsent
Kevin Kuhlmannexcused
JimLaScalaexcused
Steve Marshpresent
Gary Mookexcused
Greg Reszpresent
Kim Swisherabsent
Diane Trueabsent

Other Attendees

Nathan Mattox
Kim Burns
Helen Stewart
Mark Duewell

Approval of the Minutes

Minutes available on the web site. Motion to approve from Tony Spicci, multiple seconds, approved by vote.

MGISAC Administration

Announcements/Executive Activity

No Report

By-laws

No Report

Nominations

No April meeting, so nominations are starting late. List will come out this week or next. Will renominate all members in good standing.

State GIO DiscussionRyan Lanclos

Master Purchasing Agreement moving forward in a slightly modified form. Working against the end of the fiscal year. Planning an ESRI Q&A for the State, others welcome. Contact Ryan. MOMAP moving forward; infrastructure in place. Draft DOQ RFI, hope to have out in June. Lots of Local Gov’t interest in Cadastral standard; subcommittee forming. Again, contact Ryan. Discussion. Would like regional workshops going again. RAMONA is a data inventory tool, not a metadata tool. Link fromgis.mo.gov. Thanks to everyone who participated in GIS Day at the Capitol. Discussion of what to change or improve.

Subcommittee Reports

Data DevelopmentRay Fox/Jeff Schloss

Pioneer Trails User Group met yesterday. Ryan Lanclos, Nathan Mattox, Ray Fox all attended. Talked about orthophotography RFI plans. Nathan reviewed survey results. Ten entities participatingabout 40 people. VisitingEastWestGateway on May 24. Hoping to get RFI out this month. Some cities fiscal year begins in October; this will drive price availability timing. Forest Service National Hydrography Dataset toolset training yesterday. Stewardship presentation by Utah recently, inquired about EPA participation. EPA is not participating in any local or regional meetings, same with FEMA. Ryan L: if you get a call from a vendor about the RFI draft, please direct those to me. Discussion.

Funding & Grants

No Report. Chair appointment pending approval.

Homeland Security/Emergency ManagementTim Haithcoat

No Report

Local Government GroupSteve Marsh/Greg Resz

Steve M: Submitted request for funding from MAGIC to hold mini-conference. Cautiously optimistic that it will be approved.

Outreach & EducationMark Duewell/David Drum/Jim LaScala

Mark D: Would like to encourage getting GIS Day back on the schedule as soon as possible. New MGISAC Brochure was ready on time for printing, but state printing did not return job in time. Need to hold regional mini-conferences. Need for GIS Event calendar on web site.

Strategic PlanningPam Kelrick

Work Plan not ready for approval today, but do have all submissions. Review it pending approval in June. Will meet today to discuss work plan and annual report.

Liaison Reports

GIT Architecture (MAEA)Tim Haithcoat

Ryan L: Standards drafting on the first Tuesday of the month.

GIS Data Policy & LegislationTony Spicci

No action on #1850, probably dead. FLAIR act probably dead too, at least for now.HB426may spin up again. Pam K: Rural interest is usually around 911, but new homes forgoing land lines. Tony: E911 addresses wireless technology. Pam K: does not address funding.

MSDIS ActivitesMark Duewell

Staying busy with web site, MAGIC Symposium. NAIP data causing bandwidth issues. GTC training in demand, particularly Remote workshop. Digital Government Summit and Missouri Mappers events coming up.

Missouri GIS ConferenceTony Spicci

MAGIC numbers initially low but came in slighly lower that 2004 late; need to decide what to do about MOGIS. David D: Bylaws 3.6 and 3.7. Pam K: move content into mini-conferences. Mark D: two-day conference: workshops on day one, sessions on day two. Ray F: ditto Pam’s comments. Steve M: move beyond paper presentations. Create educational environment: handouts, something that people can go home and do. David D: difficulty of finding workshops. USENIX Annual Technical Conference holding workshops through duration of conference. Greg R: like MMA’s more social model. Maybe throw more support to mini-conference. Tony S: we have not done much in the past socially. Has to be executed successfully. Mark D: being able to shift costs around. Pam K: how committed are we to Tan-Tar-A? Melissa L: social activities do matter. Discussion. Steve M: go into the evening with sessions. Shortening it would be a mistake. Mark D: have to show value-add to raise price 50%. Tony S: conference chair presentations at June meeting. Jamie Schieber has left the MU Conference Office. Do we remain with MU, Jamie, or find a third party? Bid coming from Jamie’s company.

MAGIC Symposium

Tony S: MAGIC Symposium went well. Arkansas Camp idea. GIS Incident support team getting traction. Formalizing relationships.

Cooperating Agency/Organization Reports

Federal/NRCSLiz Cook

Nathan M: missing one county’s CLU

Federal/USGSRay Fox

Already covered.

MACOGGary Mook

No Report

MORAPDiane True

No Report

MMAJennifer Peterson

No Report

MSPSDon Martin

No Report

NSGICTony Spicci

Federal Government going through Geospatial Lines of Business. Missouri response closely matched NSGIC response.

Round Table Discussionall

Steve M: if someone would like to assist collecting presentations for MOGIS, let him know. David D: monthly plea for more people to jump in and use the wiki to update the web site. Pam K: thanks for the free registration to the MAGIC Symposium. Arnold W: anyone interested in being a proofer for the next state road map? Debbie B: had first request for response team from Caruthersville. Inventoried all houses damaged by tornado. Jeff S: posted new dataset, reviewing quite a few for update. MEGA 2006 CD coming out, but all data is free from MSDIS. Kim B: new free half-day seminar aboutArcGISServer in June in St. Charles.

Announcement of next meeting

June 8, 2006 @ Conservation Credit Union

Adjournment

Adjourned at 10:59 a.m.

 

 

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