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Merging Metadata Standards: ISO and FGDC
Date: August 10, 2004
Description: Review on ISO and FGDC metadata content comparisons, FGDC's metadata content activities and recommendataions for extending IS0 19139 to meet base standard, biological data profile, and shoreline metadata content, and planned FGDC activities to assist ISO 19139 implementation.
Presented at: August 2004 ESRI Meeting, San Diego, CA
Created by: Sharon Shin sharon_shin@fgdc.gov
Files: [PowerPoint 249KB]

FGDC and GOS Working as One to Build The NSDI
Date: August 10, 2004
Description: Creating and Publishing Metadata at geodata.gov. An overview of Geospatial One-Stop and FDGC activities that are bringing the metadata holdings of the NSDI Clearinghouse into geodata.gov is presented. Several methods to publish metadata and partner with geodata.gov are discussed. Presented at: August 2004 ESRI Meeting, San Diego, CA
Created by: Rob Dollison rdollison@usgs.gov
Files: [PowerPoint 2.47MB]

Considering an Enterprise Architecture for the NSDI
Date: July 20, 2004
Description: We need an NSDI Enterprise Architecture (EA) to agree on terminology across agencies and to facilitate communication between geospatial business professionals and IT CIO offices within agencies.
Presented at: FGDC Coordination Meeting Summary
Created by: Doug Nebert ddnebert@usgs.gov
Files: [PowerPoint 346KB] 

NSDI Future Directions
Date: June 15, 2004
Description: The purpose of the Future Directions Initiative is to draft a national geospatial strategy for further development of the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI).
Presented at: FGDC Steering Committee Meeting
Created by: Ivan DeLoatch ideloatch@fgdc.gov
Files: [PowerPoint 166KB] 

Guidelines for Data Access in Response to Security Concerns
Date: June 15, 2004
Description: FGDC Homeland Security Working Group request for comments on guidelines for data access in response to concerns.
Presented at: June FGDC Steering Committee Meeting, Washington DC
Created by: Michael Domaratz mdomarat@usgs.gov
Files: [PowerPoint 765KB] 

Geospatial One-Stop FGDC and GOS: Working as One to Build the NSDI
Date: June 7, 2004
Presented at: GISMAP (GIS Mapping in Asia and the Pacific) - 2004
Created by: Sharon Shin sharon_shin@fgdc.gov
Files: [PowerPoint 1.58MB]

Data Sharing
Date: June 7, 2004
Presented at: GISMAP (GIS Mapping in Asia and the Pacific) - 2004
Created by: Sharon Shin sharon_shin@fgdc.gov
Files: [PowerPoint 883KB] 

Quality Metadata
Date: June 7, 2004
Presented at: GISMAP (GIS Mapping in Asia and the Pacific) - 2004
Created by: Sharon Shin sharon_shin@fgdc.gov and Lynda Wayne Lwayne@fgdc.gov
Files: [PowerPoint 318KB] 

Metadata Standards: FGDC and ISO
Date: June 7, 2004
Presented at: GISMAP (GIS Mapping in Asia and the Pacific) - 2004
Created by: Sharon Shin sharon_shin@fgdc.gov
Files: [PowerPoint 429KB] 

Geospatial One-Stop Data Stewardship
Date: May 26, 2004
Description: The Geospatial One-Stop program is a partnership of data providers and consumers each with their own roles and responsibilities. This presentation outlines the roles and responsibilities of each with special focus on the role of the GOS Channel Stewards that manage thematic communities and the Data Stewards that provide data resources to the community.
Presented at: ASPRS Spring meeting in Denver, CO.
Created by: Lynda Wayne Lwayne@fgdc.gov
Files: [PowerPoint 1.03MB] 

Metadata Creation and Publication Standards
Date: May 26, 2004
Description: As a multi-participant project, the Geospatial One-Stop (GOS) program relies on a variety of standards to support interoperability. Metadata creation and publication standards are fundamental to the data and partnership discovery mission of GOS. The presentation provides specific recommendations for creating and publishing operational metadata for GOS and the NSDI.
Presented at: ASPRS Spring meeting in Denver, CO.
Created by: Lynda Wayne Lwayne@fgdc.gov
Files: [PowerPoint 100KB] 

US NSDI Initiatives: State Initiatives, Geospatial One-Stop, Future Directions
Date: 25 May 2004
Description: To describe the NSDI evolution, current initiatives to include the Future directions plan for 2004-14S
Presented at: ASPRS Spring meeting, Denver, CO
Created by: Alan Stevens astevens@gsdi.org
Files: [PowerPoint 274KB] 

Global Spatial Data Infrastructure (GSDI)
Date: 25 May 2004
Description: Describes the evolution and current activities of the GSDI to include capacity building and the small grant program for emerging nations
Presented at: ASPRS Spring meeting in Denver, CO.
Created by: Alan Stevens astevens@gsdi.org
Files: [PowerPoint 597KB] 

Facilitating A Dialogue Between the NSDI and Utility Companies
Date: May 25, 2004
Description: This presentation describes some of the unique characteristics of utility companies - primarily gas and electric - and their role and relationship to the ongoing National Spatial Data Infrastructure effort. The presentation describes the application of geospatial technology in protecting our critical infrastructure, particularly in the areas of assessment, prevention, response, recovery, detection and preparedness. Homeland Security, natural disasters and damage prevention are addressed in a continuum of CIP planning.
Presented at: ASPRS Spring meeting in Denver, CO.
Created by: Pete Gomez Manager of Information Requirements, Xcel Energy, Denver, CO, Pete.Gomez@xcelenergy.com
Files: [PowerPoint 7.96MB] 

Report of the Study Mission to the Road Administration Information Center in Japan
Presentation Date: May 25, 2004
Description: This presentation provides an overview of the findings and observations of a Study Mission team organized by the Geospatial Information & Technology Association (GITA) to visit the ROADIC organization in Tokyo, Japan. The Japanese National Government has long supported this multi-organizational approach to managing that nation's critical infrastructure. The resulting report of the Study Mission team concludes that the model can be adapted for use in North America.
Presented at: ASPRS Spring meeting in Denver, CO.
Created by: Bob Samborski, Executive Director, GITA, Aurora, CO, bsamborski@gita.org
Files: [PowerPoint 3.21MB] 

Eye on the Prize: Assessing the success of metadata CAP grants
Date: May 25, 2004
Description: Using principles of diffusion theory to appraise Minnesota's geospatial metadata implementation strategy and describing how FGDC CAP grants have helped execute that strategy.
Presented at: ASPRS Spring meeting in Denver, CO.
Created by: Chris Cialek chris.cialek@state.mn.us
Files: [PowerPoint 404KB] 

NBII and the FGDC CAP Grant: Building Metadata Partnerships
Date: May 25, 2004
Description: The NBII was awarded FGDC CAP Grant funding to assist other programs in metadata implementation. This presentation highlights two partnerships, one with US Fish and Wildlife and one with NatureServe, that NBII established to achieve the goals outlined in the CAP Grant.
Presented at: ASPRS Spring meeting in Denver, CO.
Created by: Vivian Hutchison, NBII Metadata Program Coordinator vhutchison@usgs.gov
Files: [PowerPoint 7.37MB] 

Creating Metadata in Support of Geospatial One-Stop and the National Spatial Data Infrastructure
Date: April 21, 2004
Description: Specific guidance in updating and enhancing your metadata records for optimal performance in the Geospatial One-Stop e-gov portal, geodata.gov; transition to the ISO metadata standard; and crafting both the National and Global Spatial Data Infrastructures.
Presented at the Louisiana Annual Remote Sensing and GIS Workshop, April 20-22, 2004 in Lafayette, Louisiana
Created by: Lynda Wayne Lwayne@fgdc.gov
Files: [PowerPoint 564KB] 

NSDI: Coordinating Geographic Information
Date: 3 April 2004
Description: Overview of NSDI
Presented at: Crime Mapping Workshop on NSDI, Boston, MA
Created by: Milo Robinson mrobinson@fgdc.gov
Files: [PowerPoint 7.58MB] 

NSDI Panel Discussion for Geotec Event
Date: 9:00-10:30am Tuesday March 30, 2004
Description: PowerPoint slides for panel in the GIS and Public Policy Track
Presented at: Toronto, Canada
Created by: Milo Robinson mrobinson@fgdc.gov
Files: [PowerPoint 2.68MB] 

Applying ISO/TC 211 Standards in the Development of Data Content Standards
Date: March 19, 2004
Description: Introduction to three ISO standards of interest: ISO 19109, Geographic information - Rules for Application Schema; ISO 19123, Geographic information - Schema for coverage geometry and functions; and ISO 19115, Geographic information - Metadata and how these standards were applied in the development of data standards through Geospatial One-Stop
Presented at: American Association of Geographers (AAG) Centennial meeting
Created by: Julie Binder Maitra jmaitra@usgs.gov
Files: [PowerPoint 923KB] 

FGDC Metadata Standard Transition to ISO
Date: March 1-5, 2004
Description: Overview discussion on FGDC metadata standard status and the tasks to be undertaken prior to and in the adoption and implementation of the ISO standard.
Presented at: USGS GIS Conference, Denver, Colorado
Created by: Sharon Shin sharon_shin@fgdc.gov
Files: [ PowerPoint 579KB ]

FGDC and GOS Working Toward A National Strategy For Geographic Information
Date: March 8, 2004
Description: overview of FGDC CAP and how to get involved in the GOS Portal
Presented at: DHS FEMA courses for Tribal Framework for Emergency Preparedness and for course Basic Hazus for Emergency Preparedness
Created by: Bonnie Gallahan bgallahan@usgs.gov
Files: [ PowerPoint 2.98MB ]

Geospatial One-Stop Metadata Harvest
Date: February 20, 2004
Description: On overview of the relationship between the NSDI Clearinghouse and Geospatial One-Stop Portal (geodata.gov) and a discussion of the harvesting strategy, presented to the NSGIC state contacts via teleconference.
Created by: Doug Nebert ddnebert@usgs.gov
Files: [ PowerPoint 618KB ] 

Applying ISO/TC 211 Standards in the Development of Data Standards
Date: February 4, 2004
Description: Introduction to three ISO standards of interest: ISO 19109, Geographic information - Rules for Application Schema; ISO 19123, Geographic information - Schema for coverage geometry and functions; and ISO 19115, Geographic information - Metadata and how these standards were applied in the development of data standards through Geospatial One-Stop
Presented at: GSDI-7 FOCAL THEME SESSION: SDI FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE
Created by: Julie Binder Maitra jmaitra@usgs.gov
Files: [ PowerPoint 364KB ] 

Relationship of The National Map to GOS and FGDC
Date: February 4, 2004
Description: Relationship of The National Map to GOS and FGDC.
Created by: Chuck Ogrosky, cogrosky@usgs.gov
Files: [ PowerPoint 2.24MB ]

SDI Evolution in the US: Solid Technology, policy changes, hard work and just plain luck
Date: January 31, 2004
Description: To explain the beginnings and growth of the UN FGDC and the NSDI. It also discusses the US FGDC/NSDI operations, coordination, and committee structures. It also gives an overview of current initiatives like I-Teams and Geospatial One-Stop and answers the question of how to keep the mission on the minds of policy makers through several political administrations
Presented at: GSDI-7 tutorial sessions on 30 and 31 January 2004 in Bangalore, India
Created by: Alan Stevens astevens@gsdi.org
Files: [ PowerPoint 441KB ]

Standards of ISO Technical Committee 211
Date: January 30, 2004
Description: Overview of the organization and program of work of ISO Technical Committee 211, Geographic information/Geomatics; Introduction to three ISO standards of interest: ISO 19109, Geographic information - Rules for Application Schema; ISO 19123, Geographic information - Schema for coverage geometry and functions; and ISO 19115, Geographic information - Metadata
Presented at: GSDI-7 Tutorial - Spatial Technologies and Applications, Bangalore, India
Created by: Julie Binder Maitra jmaitra@usgs.gov
Files: [ PowerPoint 347KB ] 

FGDC Metadata Standard Transition to ISO
Date: January 29, 2004
Description: This presentation provides an overview of the FGDC to ISO translation effort: The proposed support program from FGDC, the FGDC/ISO translation crosswalk, and stand-alone translation tool and highlight the tasks to make existing metadata ISO compliant.
Presented at: ESRI Federal Users Conference. Washington DC Convention Center, Washington D.C.
Created by: Sharon Shin sharon_shin@fgdc.gov
Files: [ PowerPoint 364KB ] [ PDF 667KB ]

Cornerstones of the NSDI - Defining Future Directions
Date: January 22, 2004
Description: An overview of the complimentary roles of FGDC, Geospatial One-Stop and The National Map, and of the Future Directions initiative
Created by: Ivan DeLoatch ideloatch@fgdc.gov
Files: [ PowerPoint 425KB ] 

Current Perceptions of Federal Geospatial Efforts
Date: January 22, 2004
Description: A clarification of the complementary roles of FGDC, Geospatial One-Stop and The National Map in building the NSDI.
Presented at: ESRI Federal Users Conference
Created by: Hank Garie hgarie@fgdc.gov
Files: [ PowerPoint 1.47MB ] 

Geospatial One-Stop Metadata Harvest
Date: January 22, 2004
Description: Presentation was made during the 'Metadata' session in Data Sharing Track.
Presented at: ESRI Federal User Conference (FedUC)
Created by: Doug Nebert ddnebert@usgs.gov
Files: [ PowerPoint 1.12MB ] 

Quality Metadata
Date: January 22, 2004
Description: Presentation was made during the 'Metadata' session.
Presented at: ESRI Federal User Conference (FedUC)
Created by: Created by: Lynda Wayne Lwayne@GeoMaxim.com
Files: [ PowerPoint 253KB ] [ PDF 179KB]

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