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Report from the DMAC Steering Team January 18-19, 2012 Meeting Charly Alexander – U.S. IOOS Program - Acting Chair IOOC Meeting – March 1, 2012 Consortium.

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1 report from the DMAC Steering Team January 18-19, 2012 Meeting Charly Alexander – U.S. IOOS Program - Acting Chair IOOC Meeting – March 1, 2012 Consortium for Ocean Leadership, Washington, D.C. DMAC Steering Team

2 March 1, 2012 – COL, Wash, DC Federal Steering Team Members & staff: Participants 1. Jeff deLaBeaujardiere NOAA/NESDIS-Tech. Planning & Integration Office 2. Charles Alexander (Acting Chair) NOAA/NOS US IOOS Program 3. Derrick Snowden NOAA/NOS US IOOS Program 3. Michelle Gierach (replaces Eric Lindstrom) NASA Jet Propulsion Lab 4. Rich Signell US Geological Survey, Woods Hole 5. Eric Stabeneau US National Park Service 6. Walter Johnson/Jennifer Ewald US DOI/Bureau of Ocean Energy Mgmt. 7. LCDR Jonathan Andrechik US Coast Guard 8. Erica Key National Science Foundation 9. Samantha Simmons Marine Mammal Commission 10. Kevin Kirby US Environmental Protection Agency 11. Christine Fleurant (replaces Jeff Smart) Johns Hopkins University/APL 12. Krisa Arzayus (sub. for Ken Casey) NOAA/NESDIS National Oceangrphc. Data Ctr 1. Joshua Young Consortium for Ocean Leadership (Staff) 2. Nicholas Rome Consortium for Ocean Leadership (Staff) 3. Rob Ragsdale US IOOS Program (Staff) via phone

3 DMAC Steering Team Participants Invited Stake-holders and others: 1. Henry Norris Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission 2. Mark Trice Maryland Department of Natural Resources 3. Luis Bermudez Open Geospatial Consortium 4. Ru Morrison NERACOOS 5. Julie Thomas Scripps 6. Janet Fredericks Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute 7. Pete Geinke Google 8. Eoin Howlett Applied Science Associates 9. Krish Narasimhan Lockheed Martin 10. Steve Uczekaj Boeing 11. Roger Proctor Integrated Marine Observing System (Australia) 12. Karl Benedict University of New Mexico - Earth Analysis Center & ESIP 13. Mark Fornwall USGS/OBIS USA via phone March 1, 2012 – COL, Wash, DC

4 DMAC Steering Team Our agenda… DAY 1 Introduction/Re-Orientation US IOOS DMAC Update (D. Snowden) NASA Data Management Challenges (M. Gierach) OGC Web Services (L. Bermudez) Update on NSF’s OOI Cyber-infrastructure (M. Arrott) DAY 2 U.S. IOOS QARTOD (C. Alexander/D. Snowden) NSF Earth Cube (J. Schopf) Emerging Priorities/Recommendations Wrap-Up/Next Steps March 1, 2012 – COL, Wash, DC

5 DMAC Steering Team Some Preliminary Findings & Recommendations March 1, 2012 – COL, Wash, DC Steering Team Roles & Responsibilities Standards & Best Practices  Clarify how findings/recommendations are processed  Design/conduct DMAC customer satisfaction survey  Recast meetings; 1-2 outcomes, breakouts, etc.  Adopt use of data catalogs as a standard tool  Industry adopt use of Sensor ML for all instruments  Promote uniform guidance on use of netCDF

6 DMAC Steering Team March 1, 2012 – COL, Wash, DC Governance  Least mature component and biggest challenge?  Look at National Information Exchange Model per standards/technical specs  Improve coordination of DMAC-related initiatives Data Access Services  Promote broader use of metadata standards/protocols  Leverage convergence on a short list of tools/services  Evaluate opportunities per ESRI’s GeoPortal server Some Preliminary Findings & Recommendations

7 1. User Registration System 2. Data Standards (Format, Metadata, and Attribute Conventions) 3. Diverse User Community 4. Copious Amounts of Data 5. Data Uncertainty

8 DMAC Steering Team Next Steps – action items 1.Post materials to updated web site (done) 2.Meeting minutes/summary report (drafts complete) 3.IOOC briefing on findings/recommendations (today) 4.IOOC designate permanent ST Chair (US IOOS recommends C. Alexander) 5.OGC analysis of survey results 6.OOI-CI: questions and conference call 7.NSF’s Earth Cube: review capabilities document 8.Recommend specific execution priorities to IOOC? 9.Potential engagement mapping priorities to IOOS summit? 10.Planning/coordination for 2 nd 2012 meeting March 1, 2012 – COL, Wash, DC

9 DMAC Steering Team What the DMAC ST needs from the IOOC 1.Guidance (criteria?) on how to proceed with next steps  suggest ST moves forward on 1-2 specific priorities  suggest ST activates “tiger teams” to frame options and IOOC helps identify participants 2.Organizational support for broader engagement on DMAC  suggest ST members identify key POCs for IOOC members to contact  suggest IOOC members share ST reports, etc. with IT/data management leadership in their organizations 3.Support for mapping DMAC priorities to upcoming IOOS Summit  suggest asking ST for volunteers for an IOOS Summit DMAC team  suggest a ST member begin attending IOOS Summit planning meetings March 1, 2012 – COL, Wash, DC

10 DMAC Steering Team Thank You! Discussion/Questions? March 1, 2012 – COL, Wash, DC


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