Agenda Item 3 Approve updated charter for Parcels and Land Records Committee Mark Kotz Agenda Item 4 Approve new Archiving Workgroup Ryan Mattke Agenda Item 5 Road Centerline Data Standard update Geoff Maas
Agenda Item 6 Adopting previously approved Governors Council on Geographic Information standards and standardizing their formats Geoff Maas, Mark Kotz Standardizing Standards 10 standards approved by the Governors Council on Geographic Information 1994 to 2009 Also approved by state government Some wording specific to state government sector
Purpose of the Standard It is intended to be used primarily when data are being transferred between a state agency and external customers. Posted on MNIT site Standardizing Standards 2 standards approved by the GAC, more coming New standard format Sector neutral language Purpose of the Standard It is intended to be used when data are being transferred between organizations a state
agency and external customers. Posted on GAC site Standardizing Standards Standardizing Standards Standards Committee desires: 1. To have standards that are approved by and represent the entire MN geospatial community 2. To encourage all organizations and sectors to adopt the standards 3. To convey that all sectors are equally relevant/important to the GAC
4. To have consistent language across all standards Standardizing Standards Asking for GAC OK to move forward: 1. Move old GCGI standards into new GAC format 2. Remove sector specific language = sector neutral 3. Update any out-of-date references, links, etc. 4. Standardize language across all standards 5. If any significant change to standard, have a public review period 6. Have GAC approve all updated standards (a few at a time) 7. Post all on GAC site
Agenda Item 7 Update on GIS/LIS and NSGIC conferences Ryan Stovern, Dan Ross Break - Networking Agenda Item 9 3D Geomatics Committee update and 3D Nation Gerry Sjerven, Dan Ross 3D Nation Study
Questionnaire 18 invited, 14 responded Next Steps Agenda Item 10 Update on NAIP and Landsat Dan Ross Agenda Item 11 Sector report: National Guard GEOINT David Bendickson
34th Infantry Division Deployment to CENTCOM What is a Division? A large military formation consisting of 10,000-20,000 Soldiers. It is commanded by a Major General (Two star general) and historically was the default unit capable of combined arms operations. Since the War on Terror, when a division is deployed, they are a geographic command post. A Brigade Combat Team (commanded by a Colonel) is now responsible for combined arms operations. The entire 34th Infantry Division has over 23,000
Citizen Soldiers in nine states. This is the headquarters element of the 34th Infantry Division with several hundred Soldiers deploying. Deployment is in September and redeployment is July 2019 The GEOINT section consists of both Imagery analysts and geospatial engineers. 21 Total people will be in the GEOINT section, deployed to 4 countries: Kuwait, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain. There will be a mix of Minnesota National Guard, Army Reserve, and National Guard soldiers from other states. The GEOINT section will synchronize GIS and Imagery
Intelligence operations across CENTCOM and will support around 9,000 Soldiers. This is part of Operation Spartan Shield and they will conduct stability operations in CENTCOM. Geospatial Intelligence Imagery Analysts Functions Overlapped With Geospatial Engineer Functions 2017 Disaster impacts 2018 National
Preparedness Month Weekly Themes: Week 1: (Sept 1-8) Make and Practice Your Plan Week 2: (Sept 915) Learn Lifesaving Skills Week 3: (Sept 1622) Check Your Insurance Coverage Week 4: (Sept 2330) Save for an
Hurricanes and wildfires impacted 15% of the US population. More disaster survivors registered for assistance than the past ten years combined. Minnesota Army and Air National Guard assets were deployed to Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands.
FEMA is substantially revising their evacuation/ shelter in place policies. FEMA will also work closer with State/Local Tribal/Territorial (SLTT) Governments to be more prepared. FEMA is also taking efforts to reduce the complexity of assistance programs. Old Policy
Substantial Change to UAS (drone) policy regarding National Guard Support to Domestic Operations. New Policy Old Policy: It would require SECDEF (Secretary of Defense) approval for all UAV assets used in domestic operations. New Policy: Governors may authorize the use of UAS issued to the state if 1) The systems are not allocated for a DoD mission (scheduled to deploy)
2) Only authorized uses are Search and Rescue or Incident Awareness and Assessment 3) Sensors cannot target specific US Persons without consent (implied consent for SAR) 4) Use in accordance with FAA policies 5) Personnel serve in a State Active Duty Status 6) States inform National Guard Bureau within 24 hours of use. Scan Eagle Shadow Raven
Agenda Item 12 Removing priority #9 from MN GAC priorities list Mike Dolbow Agenda Item 13 Updates on MN GAC priority projects and initiatives Mark Kotz Agenda Item 13 GAC Rank 1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Project or Initiative Description All Data Free and Open Image Service - Sustain Address Points Data Road Centerline Data Image Service Enhancements Archiving Policy/Procedure Parcel Data Updated & Aligned Boundary Data Image Service Dozens of Years EM Damage Assess Data Standard
LiDAR data and related standards Basemap Services Parks and Trails Data Standard Status Active Active Active Active Active Proposed Active
Proposed Active Active Active Active Active Project Owner Len Kne Mike Dolbow Mike Dolbow
Ryan Mattke George Meyer Preston Dowell Mike Dolbow Champion Dan Ross Dan Ross Dan Ross Dan Ross Dan Ross many
Dan Ross Brad Anderson, Cory Richter Gerry Sjerven Sonia Dickerson Jim Bunning Dan Ross Dan Ross
Agenda Item 14 Legislative updates Dan Ross Geospatial Data Act (H.R.4395, S.2128 ) Continuing to gain sponsors (Senate - 14, House 4) The GDA has almost cleared objections raised by the Energy & Natural Resources Committee (with the exception of a minor technical change raised by the minority, which shouldn't be a problem) Interesting new twist: There is the potential to join the GDA with the Digital Coast Act. There would be a "firewall" between the two, which would allow for the Brooks Act/surveying language to remain in the DCA, while it would
be clear that it would only apply to the DCA. This would represent a compromise to (potentially) make it a win for all the players. Other Legislative Priorities Digital Coast Act Funds NOAAs Digital Coast DCA has passed the Senate. Senator Baldwin's office has indicated they are willing to push for a joining with GDA. Currently not moving in the House. NG911 Act
Program (ROI of 250%) Endorse nationwide deployment of NG911 over 10 years Provisions related to federal funding (but no specific amounts) Next Generation 9-1-1 Act Furthers the deployment of NG9-1-1 services to enhance and upgrade nations 9-1-1 systems Identical bills introduced in Nov. 2017 Hold-ups Not bipartisan (need Republicans to sign on) Increases responsibility of National 911 Office, but no funding level included - not
sure what it would cost and cost study held up in OMB Concerns about states raiding 911 fund upl infrastructure Related The National 9-1-1 Grant Program is currently open and accepting applications. Minnesota has applied with a focus on developing geospatial data. Agenda Item 15 Announcements or other business Adjourn
Thank you! Next meeting is Wednesday, December 5, 2018
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