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1 Briefing of MnGeo Digital Cadastral Data Committee Briefing of MnGeo Digital Cadastral Data Committee December 3, 2010 Randall Johnson, MetroGIS Staff Coordinator and QPV Study Administrative Coordinator Randall Johnson, MetroGIS Staff Coordinator and QPV Study Administrative Coordinator Measuring Public Value Creation of Geospatial Commons ( QPV Study )

2 Todays Topics Quantifying Public Value (QPV) Study Quantifying Public Value (QPV) Study Objective, Value, and Importance Sponsors and Roles Sponsors and Roles Support Team Support Team Scope and Major Components Scope and Major Components Progress Update Progress Update

3 Objective Develop a trusted methodology capable of quantitatively measuring public value created when organizations actively participate in geospatial commons Clarification: This is a research project, involving broad goals with County, MetroGIS stakeholders, and U.S. NSDI activities, relevancy to Hennepin with the sole outcome of assessing ROI approaches for SDIs and developing a prototype method

4 Value - Hennepin County Community Discover opportunities for Hennepin County to improve its internal ROI Discover opportunities for Hennepin County to improve its internal ROI Discover strengths and weaknesses of the GITA-ROI approach (using Hennepin County as a testbed) Discover strengths and weaknesses of the GITA-ROI approach (using Hennepin County as a testbed) Better understand potential costs and benefits of cross- sector collaboration Better understand potential costs and benefits of cross- sector collaboration Establish a means to quantify public value (…use of geospatial technology for parcels) Establish a means to quantify public value (…use of geospatial technology for parcels) Provide policy makers with a tool to readily compare ROI analysis against to their respective operations Provide policy makers with a tool to readily compare ROI analysis against to their respective operations Value anticipated to be realized by stakeholders from this Quantify Public Value (QPV) study:

5 Importance - Metro Area and Beyond quantify value created through collaborative solutions to shared geospatial needs in a manner that policy makers can readily compare against to their respective operations quantify value created through collaborative solutions to shared geospatial needs in a manner that policy makers can readily compare against to their respective operations The vision of a US National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) dates back to 1994…. BUT progress to realize this vision has been limited, in large part, because a trusted means is lacking to: …An Outcome Sought via this Study…

6 Study Sponsors and Roles 1000 Friends of Minnesota –Contacts for Interviews 1000 Friends of Minnesota –Contacts for Interviews Hennepin County – Subject of ROI Study Hennepin County – Subject of ROI Study MetroGIS – Project Management MetroGIS – Project Management Metropolitan Council – Manage Grant Funds Metropolitan Council – Manage Grant Funds Federal Geographic Data Committee - Funding Federal Geographic Data Committee - Funding

7 Support Team Francis Harvey, Research Coordinator Randall Johnson, Administrative Coordinator Gary Swenson, Hennepin County Contact Danielle Scarfe and Molly Managan with W4Sight, LCC, Lead support for Tasks 1 and 3 Scientific Advisors – experts on Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) from U.S. and abroad General Advisors – Individuals with expertise and organizational affiliations important to the success of the study

8 Scope The study scope is limited, recognizing the proof of concept/prototyping nature, to:

9 Major Components: Internal and Community Focuses The data producers operations (Hennepin County) The data producers operations (Hennepin County) Operations of organizations that serve the area comprising Hennepin County (taxpayers value perspective) Operations of organizations that serve the area comprising Hennepin County (taxpayers value perspective) Measure public value creation potential through of use of geospatial technology to produce and use parcel data… For support of:

10 Design and Timing 1. Jun to Aug. 2010: Conduct GITA ROI Analysis for Hennepin County internal operations 2. Sept. to Dec.: Define Extended ROI Methodology – Those enhancements to the base ROI needed to account for a geospatial commons environment [aka - Quantify Public Value (QPV) Methodology V1] 3. Jan. to Mar. 2011: Apply QPV V1 Methodology to a range of non-public and public entities that serve the geographic extent of Hennepin County 4. Apr.: Refine QPV Methodology for application elsewhere [aka - QPV Methodology V2] 5. May-Jun.: Draft Final Project Report This study involves the following major tasks:

11 Interviewees –Task 1 Interviewees –Task 1 Representatives of all Hennepin County operations that produce and/or use parcel data. Ten individuals, representing the following county departments participated: Assessor Assessor Emergency Preparedness Emergency Preparedness Environmental Services Environmental Services Enterprise GIS Enterprise GIS Leasing/Land Management Leasing/Land Management Sheriff Sheriff Surveyor Surveyor Transportation Planning Transportation Planning

12 Interviewees – Task 3 Representatives of a variety of non-profit, for- profit, utility, and government interests: 1) Whose operations do/could benefit from access to parcel data produced by Hennepin County AND AND 2)Who believe their value added data/web service/ applications do/could improve the cost - effectiveness of: a) Hennepin County operations AND/OR AND/OR b)Operations of one or more taxing jurisdictions that serve Hennepin Countys citizens.

13 Funding Source A $50,000 NSDI CAP Grant was awarded in April 2010 for this study. These funds support : Training on GITAs ROI methodology. Training on GITAs ROI methodology. W4Sight, LLC to conduct interviews and report findings in a series of ROI worksheets. W4Sight, LLC to conduct interviews and report findings in a series of ROI worksheets. Stipends to recognized experts on Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDI) to advise the study. Stipends to recognized experts on Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDI) to advise the study. Forums and webinars to obtain input from SDI and ROI experts across the country and abroad. Forums and webinars to obtain input from SDI and ROI experts across the country and abroad.

14 Status First round of interviews with Hennepin County staff completed July First round of interviews with Hennepin County staff completed July Recognized that data needed to complete the ROI worksheets developed by GITA not available. Recognized that data needed to complete the ROI worksheets developed by GITA not available. Sought and received permission from FGDC to continue study using home-grown method. Sought and received permission from FGDC to continue study using home-grown method. Task 1: Task 2: The international scientific advisory team met 12/1 via Web to craft QPV methodology. The international scientific advisory team met 12/1 via Web to craft QPV methodology. Local advisory team to meet on 12/15 to refine the proposed QPV methodology. Local advisory team to meet on 12/15 to refine the proposed QPV methodology.

15 Status Task 3: Interviews tentatively planned for late January Interviews tentatively planned for late January Interview individuals representing wide variety of organizations that can/are creating public value as a result of access to parcel data produced by Hennepin County. Interview individuals representing wide variety of organizations that can/are creating public value as a result of access to parcel data produced by Hennepin County. April to June & July to September 2010 quarterly project reports April to June & July to September 2010 quarterly project reports Available on project website at Project_Updates.html Available on project website at Project_Updates.html Project_Updates.html Project_Updates.html Project Reports Submitted to FGDC:

16 Questions /Information Project website : Francis Harvey Study Research Coordinator Randall Johnson ) Study Administrative Coordinator Gary Swenson Hennepin County

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18 …institutionalized, networked geographic information systems…** What is an SDI? (Spatial Data Infrastructure) **January 2009interview with Professor Francis Harvey, University of MN **January 2009 interview with Professor Francis Harvey, University of MN

19 What is an SDI? (Spatial Data Infrastructure) Climate Public Safety Community Development Human Services Natural Resources Transportation Telecommunications Education Public Works 1. Framework Data-Web Services-Apps. 2. Meeting Cross-Sector Business Information Needs 1. Framework Data-Web Services-Apps. 2. Meeting Cross-Sector Business Information Needs Other Finance / Real Estate

20 Terms GITA – Geospatial Technology & Information Assoc. GITA – Geospatial Technology & Information Assoc. ROI – Return on Investment ROI – Return on Investment QPV – Quantify Public Value QPV – Quantify Public Value SDI – Spatial Data Infrastructure: institutionalized, networked geographic information systems SDI – Spatial Data Infrastructure: institutionalized, networked geographic information systems NSDI – U.S. National Spatial Data Infrastructure NSDI – U.S. National Spatial Data Infrastructure Framework Data and Services: reliable, standardized source for commonly used geographic information to support a vast array of day-to-day, business functions across all sectors Framework Data and Services: reliable, standardized source for commonly used geographic information to support a vast array of day-to-day, business functions across all sectors Geospatial Commons: the means to accomplish vast accessibility to Framework data and services Geospatial Commons: the means to accomplish vast accessibility to Framework data and services

21 Return on Investment (ROI) Methodology In 2007, the Geographic Information and Technology Association (GITA) developed an ROI methodology. It is: Endorsed by Federal Geographic Data Committee Endorsed by Federal Geographic Data Committee Required for 2010 NSDI CAP Benefits Grants Required for 2010 NSDI CAP Benefits Grants The research platform for this case study The research platform for this case study Key assumption : Enhancements to the GITA ROI will be needed to quantify public value created for SDI -- beyond organizational enterprise and project metrics and measures

22 Your Feedback Requested The project team invites your response to the questions: 1)What does the term spatial data value mean to you? 2)What issues/opportunities do you believe should be included in assessing the creation of public value (in the context of sharing of parcel data)


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