Department of ConservationCredit Union Building-9:00 am
Call to Order
Meeting called to order at 9:04 a.m.
Welcome and Introduction of Members and Attendees
Bobbie Sue KoellingVice-chairpresent
Approval of the Minutes
September minutes available on the web site. Motion to approve by Tony S, seconded by Ray F, approved by vote.
State GIO ReportRyan Lanclos
GIO: [ask RL for written update]The Importance of GIS Certification to State Government
Data DevelopmentRay Fox/Jeff Schloss
NHD training last month in Rolla. Attending Geographic Names conferences next week and next month.
Funding & GrantsPam Kelrick/Ryan Lanclos
Ryan L: Arcserver grant out, CAP grant out Nov, due Jan 16.
Homeland Security/Emergency ManagementTim Haithcoat
From Gary Mook:
As subcommittee chairs for HS and Ed/Outreach, please report that EWGCOG/STARRS has expressed an interest in finding a way to provide some GIS training for ‘first responders’ in the EWG region. I have spoken with Kim Burns atESRI/StChand she is ‘looking into it’ from an ESRI standpoint. Anyone who has an interest in this, especially in partnering, should contact me.
Regionalization handouts from SEMA. Web cast replay of Homeland Security data model. Discussion. Ray F: Kentucky developing contacts for all their surrounding states. Ryan L, Tim H included; if you would like to be included, talk to Ray F. Discussion. Question aboutGeoPDFs. Discussion. Jeff F: there will be a presentation on Homeland Security grants next month.
Local Government GroupSteve Marsh/Greg Resz
Still working on site for regional miniconference.
Outreach & EducationMark Duewell/David Drum/Jim LaScala
Geospatial Web Services Roundtable survey responses on MGISAC web site. There was interest from attendees for a list of vendors on Local Government subcommittee page. Need to determine categories, will put out offer to vendors. GIS Day coming up, if your organization is holding an event, please publicize on the web site calendar.
Strategic PlanningPam Kelrick
GIT Architecture (MAEA)Tim Haithcoat
Working on cadastral standard agreement on parcel ID number. Will go to all assessors. Attended assessors conf last week. 80 counties use approximately the same parcel ID number, but there are 16 varieties in the state. Draft of RFP for parcel mapping standard. Would like Local Government subcommittee to vet and update. Discussion.
Policy & LegislationTony Spicci
Jackson Co will lobby for 25 or 50 cents from recording fee for mapping. Discussion.
MSDIS ActivitesMark Duewell
Q1 report and budget report on web site. MSDIS site now backed up (again).NAIP06up on server. Lot of requests for raw NAIP data, talking with Liz C. Applying for CAP metadata grant with MAGIC. Moving forward on hardware migration.
Missouri GIS Conference
Tony S: have a web presence. Opening registration fairly soon, waiting on keynotes, but may go without.
Arrangements: no report
Sessions: a few abstracts, mostly from vendors. Please encourage people to submit sessions.
Plenary: Learon Dalby from AK, Rep. Sutherland, MO Botanical Garden. Discussion.
Workshops: just waiting on name of presenter from Midwest CAD, room assignments.
Exhibits: No Report
Awards: Nominations forms up, no submissions. Please nominate deserving individuals.
Publicity: No Report
Social: will know more after 11/1
Motion to use remainder of funds held by MSDIS as a deposit for the conference. Second by Steve M. Approved by vote.
MAGIC Symposium Committee
Leadership retreat in two weeks.
Cooperating Agency/Organization Reports
Desire to share information about upcoming flights. Ryan L: Capability for this in RAMONA. Liz C: CLU data pulled from MSDIS; linking to USDA gateway. Discussion.
Geospatial One Stop has the marketplace feature, could also be a point of reference for upcoming flights. Earthquake workshop being discussed for SE MO. USGS undergoing a lot of internal changes, please bear with us. Ryan L: GOS will pull some data from RAMONA in second iteration. Discussion about USGS topo maps.
Annual conference just ended. VisitAllPointsBlog.com or Online Directions magazine for recap. NSGIC blog also has recap.IftNmoving along, implementation strategy in draft. Transportation ftN getting underway. Elevation/LIDAR ftN probably a ways off. Tim H: Elevation/magnetics/gravity research.NSGIC07Annual in Madison.
Topics for Discussion
Alternative Meeting Options: will have for next meeting.
Round Table Discussionall
Tony S: idea of budget/treasurer/501c3. Need a subcommittee.
Gary M: ILGISA has membership dues, model may work for MGISAC.
Mark D: will make a concerted effort to collect metadata records. Will have a 500GB external disk to move large datasets around.
Steve M: two positions open
Liz C: have recently set up 501c3 for another organization; costs $500
Jeff S: updated and new data coming soon. Disappointed that Missouri Employee Locator Map does not include GIS skills. Problems with metadata explorer, would like to use FGDC Classic metadata template. Motion to that effect, second Gary M, approved by vote.
Jeff F: moving from SEMA to Revenue, resigning chair. Vice-chair will step in until new Chair is elected. Mark D is nomination chair.
Announcement of next meeting
November 9, 2006 @ SEMA EOC
Adjourned at 11:28 am.