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1 MGIO and the EPC Snapshot Briefing June 11, 2009

2 June 2009 Remember… NSGIC recommends official coordinating entity for each state – OET, GCGI agree AppGeo recommends formation of the Minnesota Geospatial Information Office (MGIO) – D2E, GCGI agree No agency is currently responsible for coordinating GIS

3 June 2009 What Happened? Legislature Created the MGIO, Governor Signed into law. Effective 5/17/09. Responsibilities, Authority Duties Accountability Discretionary powers Advisory Councils created Transfer of LMIC resources

4 June 2009 Duties

5 June 2009 Advisory Councils (Leg.) Statewide & State Government Statewide Council: No more than 20% voting members from state agencies CGIO a non-voting member State Government: Up to 15 agencies and offices 1 non-voting statewide member EXPIRE 06/30/2013

6 June 2009 Advisory Councils (Recommendations) Mission Purpose Duties Membership Statewide Community Advisory Body State Governmen t Advisory Body

7 June 2009 Mission Advise the Minnesota Geospatial Information Office (MGIO) and the geospatial community on improving services statewide through the coordinated, affordable, reliable, and effective use of GIS. Statewide Community Advisory Body

8 June 2009 Mission Advise the Minnesota Geospatial Information Office (MGIO) on improving state government services through the coordinated, affordable, reliable, and effective use of GIS. State Government Advisory Body

9 June 2009 Purpose To identify and review coordination opportunities and efforts that involve the broad community of stakeholders: Federal, State, County, Local, Regional, and Tribal government Academic Institutions, Private Sector, Non-Profit Provide a forum for and promote inter- governmental and extra-governmental coordination efforts with respect to the needs of the geospatial community. Provide policy advice to stakeholders on implementing identified coordination opportunities. Statewide Community Advisory Body

10 June 2009 Purpose Identify, review, and recommend geospatial coordination opportunities and efforts that directly involve interactions among state agencies and offices. The body represents the interests of and communicates with all state agencies and offices. Determine representation and communication by function of government: Basic Government (Support, Econ. Dev., Fiscal Mgmnt) Defense and Public Safety (Military, Public Safety, Health) Line Government Services (Trans., Env., Human Svcs., Education) State Government Advisory Body

11 June 2009 Duties Review and recommend statewide standards and best practices Determine & advocate for the interests and needs of stakeholders Identify public expenditures that reflect the priorities of the community Advise non-state agency organizations and the MGIO on geospatial issues Represent stakeholder sectors and serve as a liaison with respective policy bodies Support the decision-making process for the MGIO by involving the relevant and affected parties Statewide Community Advisory Body

12 June Business Need Statement: The state of Minnesota needs to plan and prepare for unpredictable flood events. 2. Technical Response: Scope development of high-resolution elevation data. 3. MGIO Implementation: pool funds and resources for a statewide LiDAR data set. Example 1: Determine / Advocate for a stakeholder need Statewide Communit y Advisory Body Technical Work Group MGIO

13 June 2009 Example 2: Involve Relevant Parties in MGIO Decision Support 1. Proposal: The MGIO proposes an enterprise delivery system for publishing and distributing geospatial services. 2. Initial assessment of positive and/or negative effects on stakeholders. 3. Confirmation with stakeholder groups and seeking support from policy bodies Statewide Communit y Advisory Body Stakeholder Groups MGIO

14 June 2009 Membership 2 Federal (1 USGS, 1 Non) 4 State Agency 1 MetCouncil, 1 Non- Metro Regional 2 County (1 Metro, 1 Non) 2 City (1 Metro, 1 Non) 1 Tribal State CGIO (non voting) 2 Higher Ed (1 UMN, 1 MnSCU) 2 Private Sector 2 Citizen 1 K-12 1 GIS-LIS Consortium 1 MN Non-Profit 1 MetroGIS Statewide Community Advisory Body Total: 24 (23 voting)

15 June 2009 Duties Cultivate a strategic plan for the MGIO Review and recommend standards and best practices Identify public expenditures that reflect priorities Identify & secure resources to implement opportunities Represent state agencies & work with agency leaders Support the decision-making process for the MGIO by involving the relevant and affected state agencies Review and communicate impacts of opportunities Coordinate state government GIS implementation under the state's IT architecture framework. Communicate with statewide community State Government Advisory Body

16 June 2009 Membership 1 Chief Geospatial Information Officer (Chair) 12 State Agencies & Constitutional Offices 1 Legislature, 1 State Judiciary 1 Statewide Community (non voting) Total: 16 (15 voting) State Government Advisory Body

17 June 2009 EPCs Role Report to the CGIO & Statewide Chair Continue the exemplary momentum Find new funding? Challenge the status quo (Mikes Opinion)

18 June 2009 Whats Next? Kickoff Meeting Continued Discussion & Outreach Meet the Challenge Contact Mike Dolbow at:


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