Department of ConservationMain Building Auditorium9:00 a.m.
Call to Order
Meeting called to order at 9:10 a.m.
Welcome and Introduction of Members and Attendees
Ray FoxVice-chairpresent (proxy for Liz C)
Lindell Bates, Spatial Data Research
Dave Bullington, Surdex
Joe Clayton, MSPS
Joe Eckmann, ESRI
Ryan Lanclos, ESRI
Chuck Rackers, ITSD-DESE
Andy Wagner, Maryland Heights
Approval of the Minutes
March 11 minutesavailable on the web site. Motion to approve from Tracy S, seconded by Ray F, approved by vote.
State GIO ReportTim Haithcoat
Starting broadband, have developed a non-disclosure, working with 184 vendors. All new phase 2 proposals are compiled on a series of maps. Briefing congressional delegation tomorrow. State is looking to be involved more in geospatial data, expecting a citizen data portal. GIO office plan review from the CIO expected soon. Data sharing agreement with local governments under development. Steve M: when will the data sharing be working its way out? Tim H: please put on the agenda for May.
MGISAC potential support of K-12 ESRI LicenseShannon White
ESRI is proposing a statewide license for education. Handout. Tim H: there are some administrative pieces to this, moving from level 2 to 3 is dicey. Governor has some workforce training initiatives, need to bring together Gov, DESE, DED. Shannon W: Geographic Alliance has been quiet the last few years, but is excited about this proposal. Motion from David Drum to endorse the proposal and provide committee support through the Outreach and Education subcommittee. Seconded by Leslie Chamberlin. Discussion. Approved by vote.
MGISAC Web hostingDavid Drum
MGISAC web site is hosted on an older, standalone system at MSDIS; want to move to same host as GIO web site, which is on theMOREnetenterprise web hosting environment. Discussion. Tabled to May.
Data DevelopmentRay Fox
Will meet next Tuesday at 1 p.m. at National Guard Training Facility.LiDAR, NHD discussions. Steve M: MARC is done with its acquisition. Tim H: new RFP for imagery acquisition. New RFP for point-based addressing, looking for people to develop and review.
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|738100||Employees dues to prof assoc||$0.00||$3,000.00|
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Funding & GrantsMark Duewell
Discussion about Community Block Grants.
Homeland Security/Emergency ManagementDebbie Briedwell
Local Government GroupMark Allen
Outreach & EducationMark Duewell
South-Central workshop on May 19. 42 registrants. High percentage of non-GIS people.
Strategic PlanningEric Foster
Steve M: have not heard from Eric in several weeks. Need to assemble available documents and reformulate subcommittee. Discussion.
Missouri GIS ConferenceTony Spicci
We have not signed a contract with Custom Meeting Planners. Jamie presented one to MGISAC in July. That needs to be signed before we ask her to renegotiate our contract with Tan-Tar-A. Steve M: who signs this contract? Tim H: I signed the hotel contract. I think this is someone from the committeethe Treasurer, the Chairneeds to sign. Tony S: any time you renegotiate, they want to preserve revenue and want something in return. David D: there was no motion from July, when Jamie provided a proposal for conference services, to December of 2009. Tony gave an update on MAGIC Symposium registrations; it will be neither a boom nor a bust. Steve read the financial terms of the contract with CMP. Motion from Ray F to sign the contract with CMP as presented by Jamie last July, seconded by Arnold W. Discussion. Approved by vote. Steve will sign the contract with CMP. Discussion about whether or not to renegotiate hotel contract with Tan-Tar-A. Tony will ask Jamie to renegotiate the contract to shave off Wednesday. Discussion.
GIT Architecture (MAEA)Tim Haithcoat
Architecture Review committee met last Tuesday for the first time in a year. Are going to review all architecture documents.
Policy & Legislation
Steve M: no chair. Gossip about changing the Sunshine law with regard to mapping. No concrete information. Joe C:SB621andHB1830are moving along.
MSDIS ActivitesMark Duewell
Third quarter and fiscal reports are on the web site. Some negative balances due to funding delays that are expected. All equipment will be covered under maintenance shortly. MSDIS has turned back MAGIC Symposium booth, which MAGIC was able to resell. Missouri GIS Data Inventory proposal was funded at $3,200. Two metadata classes in the metro areas and student metadata record work. Looking at a Partnership mode for data clearinghouse with Washington University. Will begin a review of MSDIS after the Symposium. Ray F: Missouri GIS Data Inventory proposal funding still has several hoops to go through. Third iteration of structures data.
MAGIC ConsortiumTony Spicci
Believe this is one of our strongest programs ever. Exhibit space completely sold out. This is a good time to get involved with MAGIC.
Cooperating Agency/Organization Reports
David D: Liz delivered the full resolution 2009 NAIP CIR imagery to MDC.
Link to USGS presentation at Where 2.0. Geographic Names MOU. Beta National Map viewer goes into production on April 15.
Missouri Association of Councils of Government
Missouri Resource Assessment PartnershipDiane True
Technical comittee meeting on May 12 at 9 a.m. at the MORAP conference building. Focus onEastWestGateway ecological project.
Missouri Mappers AssociationSteve Marsh
Missouri Society of Professional SurveyorsJoe Clayton
Legislation discussed. Survey of GIS use by Public Works by Bartlett and West.
National States Geographic Information CouncilTim Haithcoat
Voting on adding additional level of state association officers membership.
Round Table Discussionall
Shannon W: statewide geocaching event at Mark Twain this weekend; checkgeocaching.com.
Matt H: still need to get the word out about Census 2010. Missouri is lagging behind Minnesota, which are both within less than one-tenth of one percent of retaining or losing a Congressional district.
Leslie C: Camden Co has finally stepped into the data-sharing world.
Tim H: State geography bee tomorrow in Moberly.
David D: does anyone have the Census 2000 block layer for Missouri inTransCAD?
Dave B: Missouri will be flown in next year’s NAIP.
Announcement of next meeting
May 13@ Conservation Credit Union
Adjourned at 11:34 a.m.