Missouri GIS Advisory Committee Minutes January 11, 2007
Department of ConservationCredit Union Building-9:00 am
Call to Order
Meeting called to order at 9:06 am
Welcome and Introduction of Members and Attendees
Bobbie Sue KoellingChairexcused
Elizabeth Cook (proxy for Ray Fox)present
Linden Bates, Sanborn
Mark Duewell, MSDIS
Jason Ebersole, MODOTproxy for Arnold Williams
Nathan Mattox, UM Extension
Paulette Mitchell, Midwest CAD
Kent Park, Earthdata
Jamie Schieber, CMP
Helen Stewart, SEMA
Ed Turner, Surdex
Bill Walker, Surdex
Approval of the Minutes
Skipped due to lack of quorum. [later] Motion to approve from Pam K, second from Steve M, approved by vote.
Changes proposed in December by Mark Duewell read. Motion to approve by Jeff Schloss, second by David Drum. Friendly amendment from Liz Cook to specify state membership for Vice-chair. Mark Duewell points out that changes are within current paradigm requiring Chair and Vice-chair to come from state membership. Motion passes by vote. Chair needed for Bylaws subcommittee to discuss the issue of state employee restriction for officers.
New members: Helen Stewart, SEMA and David Finch, PS/HS. Always looking for new members, especially from unrepresented state agencies.
State GIO ReportTony Spicci
Data DevelopmentRay Fox/Jeff Schloss
Trying to pull together last of first year funding for state imagery. Second year funding commitments pretty much in place. Comments from Mark D that locals are feeling left out of the process. Discussion. Suggestion from Steve M to have session at the conference to communicate and answer questions. Discussion. Tim H: there may be money from USGS beyond what has been committed. Liz C: USDA budget is trashed and NAIP is in jeopardy. USDA is out of the picture.
Funding & GrantsPam Kelrick
Working on 50 states initiative grant. Initial draft has been sent to Tony S. Due at end of January. Did not receive any ideas from committee. Initiative is a combination of business plan/strategic planning and outreach materials for legislature education and other professional groups and county assessors and regional govt entities. Envisioning two full-day meetings of stakeholder groups to construct primary goals followed by business plan goals (funding for MSDIS, etc.). Discussion. Tim H: NSGIC is working on helping states with these issues. Discussion.
Homeland Security/Emergency ManagementTim Haithcoat
Met Tuesday. Thinking about one or two conference sessions. Have scheduled a workshop 2/28 on mapping support for emergency management. Outline has been developed and will be distributed for review. Developing State of the State briefing 2/8 on data layers, etc. for Homeland Security Advisory Committee, Regional Homeland Security oversight committees. NGA data layer development of police stations, fire stations, EMS stations, hospitals, jails,EOCs, evacuation routes. Discussion. Submitting comments on DHS data model.
Local Government GroupSteve Marsh/Greg Resz
Met in Concordia with RPC about regional workshop scheduled for April 19.
Outreach & EducationMark Duewell/David Drum/Jim LaScala
Mostly occupied withMOGIS07activities. Need to designate someone to set up MGISAC booth. Wonderful facility for April regional workshop, will probably get 50 attendees. Opening comments, presentations from us and locals. Audience may consist more of managers and other decision makers rather than techs, or may split by morning/afternoon.
Strategic PlanningPam Kelrick
Next item on the subcommittee agenda is strategic plan. Waiting on outcome of grant funding. Funds would be available in March.
GIT Architecture (MAEA)Tim Haithcoat
Parcel identification number standard approved. Oracle 10, MS SQL,DB2product reviews. Date and time element standard (mostly related to activities in the web environment). Issue of DST gap/repeat. Enterprise Architecture web site. Working on common terms for data store, data mart, data warehouse. MU looking at hosting classes on data warehousing concepts and architectures. Information forthcoming.
Policy & LegislationTony Spicci
MSDIS ActivitesMark Duewell
Q2 report available, budget report on the way. RAMONA going forward. New hardware has arrived and beginning to be absorbed. Metadata CAP grant for MAGIC waiting on two more letters of support. MODOT roads layer has been parsed.
Missouri GIS Conference
Doing much better, try to register before 1/15, workshops have really picked up. Mark D: extend early registration? Jamie: could. Steve M: need to because some recent presenters have not registered yet. Discussion. Current registration at 84. Early registration extended to January 31.
Have all but 8 sessions confirmed, only 5 open slots. Sessions are weighted toward vendors.
80 slots filled, registrations for the addressing workshop very low, otherwise numbers are at or close to 10 each.
21 slots filled, 8 pending, think all slots will be filled. Have a platinum sponsor vendor.
Have 14 or 15 posters submitted, including students from Lincoln University.
Waiting for quote from D-Sport.
Link to conference on state web site.
Everything is on track. Jim L: vendors are very pleased that attendees will spend so much time in the vendor area.
MAGIC Symposium Committee
Cooperating Agency/Organization Reports
Budget woes, NAIP in jeopardy, cannot attend conference. LIDAR flights done.
Round Table Discussionall
Kevin K: Anyone have a contact for Navteq?
Steve M: Still have my job, also IT director.
Jason E: trying out 9.2, having some problems with route events, Oracle spatial.
Tim H: asked by Illinois to represent this committee Jan 29. Will report. Working with Columbia Career Center to start a geospatial program in Fall 2008. Purchased teleconference phones, setting up bridges, will be available for Feb. meeting.
Debbie B: will continue to try to bring someone in from homeland security about funding. Also looking for other presentations.
Announcement of next meeting
February 8, 2007 @ Conservation Credit Union
Multiple motions and seconds to adjourn. 11:03 am