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THE ROLE OF REGIONAL GEOSPATIAL COORDINATION FOR EFFECTIVE CITY MANAGEMENT Greg Babinski, MA, GISP Finance & Marketing Manager King County GIS Center Seattle,

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1 THE ROLE OF REGIONAL GEOSPATIAL COORDINATION FOR EFFECTIVE CITY MANAGEMENT Greg Babinski, MA, GISP Finance & Marketing Manager King County GIS Center Seattle, WA, USA URISA Past-President URISA GIS Management Institute Committee Chair COGO Secretary Summit At-Large Editor 2013 Washington GIS Conference Co-Chair Geospatial World Forum Rotterdam: 15 May 2013

2 Agenda The Organizational Context Why Regional Geospatial Coordination? Reduced costs Financial benefits Enhanced business benefits Case studies overview GIS as a public utility Discussion

3 q Microsoft q Gates Foundation q Boeing q Paccar q Nordstrom's q Amazon q Starbucks q Port of Seattle q Weyerhaeuser q Univ. of Washington q Google q Skype Population (1,931,000 (14th most populous US county) Area: 2130 square miles (sea level to 8,000) 39 incorporated cities Viable agricultural and private forestry areas Remote wilderness & watershed lands

4 Mapping Public information delivery Growth management & planning Property assessment Land development permitting Site selection Simulating environmental conditions Emergency response planning Crime analysis Transportation planning Bus & van routing Road maintenance management Public health service delivery Service center location analysis E911 operations Airport sound abatement Boundary management (legislative districts, voter precincts, tax unit boundaries, etc.) And the list goes on…..

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6 King County GIS City of Seattle GIS: Seattle Public Utilities GIS Seattle City Light GIS Suburban cities: Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland, Renton, ~20 other municipalities Puget Sound Regional Council (growth and transportation planning agency) Sound Transit (regional transit agency) Puget Sound Energy (private gas and electric utility) Cable service providers E911 emergency dispatch districts ~15 public school districts ~25 public utility districts Mukleshoot Indian Tribe U.S. Federal government State of Washington

7 Reduced costs: Back-office functions are critical and difficult, but do not add value Shared back-office functions save money and are more sustainable Financial benefits: GIS staff can support focused productivity enhancing applications to support agency business processes Enhanced business benefits: GIS staff can focus on value-added agency focused work Shared applications

8 King County T-Net

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10 King County Regional Imagery Consortium 51 agencies $1.1 million project cost 65%+ cost savings for each agency 2-year cycle planned

11 King County GIS Data Portal

12 Reduced costs: Back-office functions are critical and difficult, but do not add value Shared back-office functions save money and are more sustainable Financial benefits: GIS staff can support focused productivity enhancing applications to support agency business processes Enhanced business benefits: GIS staff can focus on value-added agency focused work Shared applications

13 KCGIS GIS ROI Study Consultant Team from UW Evans School of Public Affairs: Prof. Richard W. Zerbe Danielle Fumia & Travis Reynolds Pradeep Singh & Tyler Scott

14 KCGIS GIS ROI Study Results

15 Reduced costs: Back-office functions are critical and difficult, but do not add value Shared back-office functions save money and are more sustainable Financial benefits: GIS staff can support focused productivity enhancing applications to support agency business processes Enhanced business benefits: GIS staff can focus on value-added agency focused work Shared applications

16 King County GIS Training Program

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18 eCityGov Alliance: Regional GIS-based Applications 10 partners & 27 subscribers

19 eCityGov Alliance: Regional GIS-based Applications

20 Other components of regional geospatial utilities: Architectural design Hardware and software procurement Contract administration Database management services: Primary data centers and emergency back-up hot sites Database administration System administration Metadata management

21 Other components of regional geospatial utilities: Architectural design Hardware and software procurement Contract administration Database management services: Primary data centers and emergency back-up hot sites Database administration System administration Metadata management

22 URISAs GIS Management Institute Promoting Regional Geospatial Coordination GMBOK: GIS Management Body of Knowledge Municipal GIS Operations GCMM Accreditation GCMM: GIS Capability Maturity Model URISA Education ULA & UMA GIS Management Educational Program Accreditation GISCI GIS Managers Certification Component GMCM: Geospatial Management Competency Model Future: ROI Services Other Accreditation Benchmarking

23 Babinskis Theory of GIS Management: As GIS Operational Maturity Improves, ROI Increases URISAs GIS Management Institute Promoting Regional Geospatial Coordination

24 Agenda The Organizational Context Why Regional Geospatial Coordination? Reduced costs Financial benefits Enhanced business benefits Case studies overview GIS as a public utility Discussion

25 Greg Babinski, MA, GISP URISA Past-President URISA GIS Management Institute Committee Chair COGO Secretary SUMMIT At-large Editor Finance & Marketing Manager King County GIS Center 201 South Jackson Street, Suite 706 Seattle, WA


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