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1 NOAA Report WGISS – 37 Cocoa Beach, FL. U.S. Martin Yapur April 18, 2014

2 2 Agency Highlights NOAA Initiatives NOAA’s Value Tree Data Management Activities Recent Federal Activities Other News Agenda

3 Providing On-Orbit Satellite Operations –24/7 Satellite operations and product processing Geostationary satellites (GOES) –GOOES 12 retired Polar-orbiting satellites (POES) Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) –DMSP is operated by NOAA on cost reimbursable basis for the U.S. Air Force Jason-2 altimetry satellite with EUMETSAT, NOAA, CNES Acquiring Next Generation Satellites –GOES–R Satellite Series –Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) –DSCOVR (Solar Wind Continuity) –Jason-3 altimetry satellite Providing Long Term Data Stewardship –Consolidating the National Climatic Data Center, National Oceanographic Data Center and National Geophysical Data Center 3 GOES POES Jason-2 JPSS Agency Highlights JPSS GOES-R

4 GOES-R Launch Readiness Date* Early 2016 Program Architecture 4 Satellites (GOES R,S,T&U), 10 year operational design life Program Operational Life FY 2017 – FY 2036 Program Life-cycle FY 2013 President’s Budget $ billion GOES-R Overview 4 *Launch Readiness Date based on FY 2014 President’s Budget Request * –4 out 6 instruments delivered –Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI), Solar Ultraviolet Imager (SUVI), Extreme Ultraviolet and X-ray Irradiance Sensors (EXIS), and the Space Environment In-Situ Suite (SEISS) – Magnetometer and Geostationary Lightning Mapper, are scheduled for delivery later this year

5 Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) –S-NPP operating well, spacecraft and instruments healthy, cal/val progressing well and on schedule –JPSS-1 instruments are now in the environmental testing phase of development, bringing the satellite closer to its planned launch in early 2017 –Advanced Technology Microwave Sounder (ATMS), Cross-track Infrared Sounder (CrIS), Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS), Ozone Mapping and Profiler Suite (OMPS) and Clouds and Earth’s Radiant Energy System (CERES) 5 Launch Readiness Date FY 2017 (JPSS-1)*; FY 2021 (JPSS-2) Program Architecture 2 Satellites (JPSS-1 and JPSS- 2) & 2 free-flyer satellites Program Operational Life FY 2016 – FY 2028 Program Life-cycle FY 2013 President’s Budget $12.9 billion *Launch Readiness Date based on FY 2014 President's Budget Request

6 6 NOAA Initiatives Maximize return on observing system investments –New office to examine requirements across NOAA –Develop strategies to meet multiple requirements with a single investment –Determine the most effective mix of investments in observation and data management systems –Leverage domestic and international partnerships

7 NOAA “Value Tree” 7

8 Page 8 EOA Model Complete 13 Societal Benefit Areas, 300 SMEs, nodes OSTP-Earth Observation Assessment

9 Data Discoverability Activities Establishment of NOAA Data Catalog –http://data.noaa.gov/ (in beta test)http://data.noaa.gov/ –Provides inventory per US Open Data Policy Continued maintenance of subsidiary catalogs at each Data Center 9

10 Data Accessibility Activities Data Access procedural directive in progress –EDMC work plan item –Started monthly telecons –Outline at NWS Integrated Dissemination Program (IDP) –Planned Enterprise Geospatial Services –Operational hosting at NCEP for NWS & others Unified Access Framework (UAF) – improved access to gridded obs & model outputs Other implementations of standards-based services across NOAA 10

11 Data Usability Activities 11 Metadata training webinars Conversion to ISO metadata standard at NODC ATRAC metadata editor at NCDC Metadata metrics & diagnostics at NGDC

12 NOAA dataset IDs assigned to date: Ongoing preservation & stewardship activities at NOAA National Data Centers CLASS interface improvements (CSI, M2M) Assignment of permanent dataset IDs –To encourage archiving –To enable citation –Work on Data Citation directive in progress Data Preservation Activities 12

13 Observing System of Record EDM Assessment Goal: For key NOAA observing systems, determine: –Data Center used for long-term preservation –Data Management plan existence/location –Metadata location & format –Data access services offered

14 NOAA DM Dashboard

15 Recent Federal Initiatives Public Access to Research Results (OSTP memo ) Open Data Policy (Exec. Order ) Publications Open Access Data Citation Online Services Business Data Cataloging Research Data Grantees Metadata Standard formats 15

16 Other News OSTP response to NOAA PARR Plan received –Overall agreement with plan –Asks that NOAA identify resources within budget USGEO Data Management WG established –NOAA, NASA, USGS co-chairs –Discussion & compilation of policy & guidance Big Data RFI issued by OCIO (due ) –Public/private partnership for Cloud hosting & services –http://www.noaanews.noaa.gov/stories2014/ _bigdata.htmlhttp://www.noaanews.noaa.gov/stories2014/ _bigdata.html Big Earth Data Initiative –Funding for improved data discovery, access & use –$2M request for FY2015 ($9M in FY2014 not funded)

17 Mary Kicza is Retiring…

18 18 Thank You!


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