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2005 NSDI Cooperative Agreements Program

2005 CAP projects listed by category.

The 2005 CAP (closed on June 16, 2005) announcement is available here. $1,300,000 was granted under this year's program.

Funding Categories and Awarded Projects for the 2005 Cooperative Agreements Program

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Category 1: Metadata Trainer and Outreach Assistance Projects - Creating data about geospatial data (metadata) is an important first step in implementing the NSDI. These project organizations will provide training and assistance to other organizations in the implementation of metadata, clearinghouse and web mapping services. Up to $30,000 per project, 10 awards.

Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Conservation Management Institute

Blacksburg, VA
Andrew Rosenberger
Center for International Earth Science Information
Columbia University
Palisades, NY
Mark Becker
Robert Chen
U.S. Geological Survey
National Biological Information Infrastructure

Seattle, WA
Vivian Hutchison
University of Idaho Library
Moscow, ID
Bruce Godfrey
NOAA Coastal Service Center
Charleston, SC
David Stein
Sonoma Ecology Center
Eldridge, CA
Deanne DiPietro
Merriam-Powell Center for Environmental Research
Flagstaff, AZ
Neil Cobb
Indiana University Northwest
Center for Data and Analysis
Bloomington, IN
Timothy Sutherland
Westchester County, NY
Department of Information Technology GIS

White Plains, NY
Sam Wear
Ana Hiraldo

Training Metadata Trainers for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Region
Charlotte, NC
Paul Smith

Category 2: Establishing Framework Data Service Projects - These projects will implement methodologies for serving and using Framework data over the Web using the Open Geospatial Consortium Web Feature Service specification. Projects will collaborate between a data provider and a software provider. Up to $50,000 per project, 6 projects.

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Center for Advanced Spatial Information Research

Milwaukee, WI
Dr. Zhong-Ren Peng
University of Rhode Island
Department of Natural Resources Science
Environmental Data Center

Kingston, RI
Peter August
Land Management Information Center
Minnesota Department of Administration

St. Paul, MN
Christopher Cialek
NOAA Coastal Services Center
Charleston, SC
Daniel Martin
Greg Glover
North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources
Raleigh, NC
Julia Harrell
George Mason University
Center for Earth Observing and Space Research

Fairfax, VA
Chaowei Phil Yang

Category 3: Geographic Information Coordination - These projects led by consortia of public and non-profit organizations will develop new or strengthen existing multi-organizational collaboration that supports the development and maintenance of a shared digital geographic resource and foster establishment of cross-organizational coordinating councils that develop and advance the NSDI within a specific geographic area. Up to $20,000 per award, 10 projects.

Indiana Geographic Information Council
Indianapolis, IN
Jill Saligoe-Simmel
Wisconsin Land Information Association
Almond, WI
Ann Barrett
Richland County, ND
Wahpeton, ND
Doug Bartels
South Carolina
Division of the State Chief Information Officer

Columbia, SC
George Crouch
Center for Cultural and Technical Interchange Between East and West, Pacific Disaster Center
Honolulu, HI
Chris Chiesa
California Invasive Plant Council
Berkeley, CA
Doug Johnson
Island Institute
Rockland, ME
Shey Veditz
California Geographic Information Association
Sacramento, CA
John Ellison
George White

Black Hills Digital Mapping Association, Inc
Rapid City, SD
Jenifer Sorensen
Montana Department of Administration
Information Technology Services Division

Helena, MT
Stewart Kirkpatrick

Category 4: Geographic Information Integration - This category funds project organizations and consortia that maintain, update and make available data, in collaborating with the National Geospatial Program Office and The National Map. Funds are provided to help new participants overcome initial impediments to participation and to help existing participants improve their web services and provide them through The National Map. Up to $50,000 per award, 10 projects.

Coeur d'Alene Tribe
Plummer, ID
Frank Roberts
Indiana Geographic Information Council
Indianapolis, IN
Jill Saligoe-Simmel
Towson University
Towson, MD
Matthew Felton
University of Oklahoma
Norman, OK
May Yuan
North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources
Raliegh, NC
Joe Sewash
Illinois State Geological Survey
University of Illinois

Champaign, IL
Robert Krumm
Ohio Office of Information Technology
Enterprise Shared Services

Columbus, OH
Jeff Smith
University of Idaho Library
Moscow, ID
Bruce Godfrey
University of Missouri
Missouri Spatial Data Information Service
Columbia, MO
Timothy Haithcoat
Mark Deuwell
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Division of Water

Madison, WI
Ann Schachte

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