December 11, 2014 FGDC Standards WG meeting

Filedraft Part 4: Geodetic Control (revised) of the Geographic Information Framework Data Standard
This document provides a common methodology for creating datasets of coordinate values (horizontal, vertical, gravimetric, etc.) for geodetic control points represented by survey monuments, such as brass disks, and rod marks and the antenna reference points (ARP) of active Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), antennas. It provides a single data structure for relating coordinate values obtained by one geodetic survey method (for example, a classical line-of-sight traverse) with coordinate values obtained by another geodetic survey method, for example, a Global Positioning Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) geodetic control survey.
Filefinal draft National Shoreline Data Content Standard
The National Shoreline Data Content Standard is intended to enhance the shoreline framework by providing technical guidance on shoreline semantics, data structures and their relationships to builders and users of shoreline data. The proposed standard shall tie related protocols and existing content together in a new model using recognized reference material, definitions, semantics, and structures. The National Shoreline Data Content Standard provides a framework for shoreline data development, sharing of data, and shoreline data transformation and fusion. The standard defines attributes or elements that are common for shoreline data development and provides suggested domains for the elements, including a reference to the Shoreline Metadata Profile of the Content Standard for Digital Geospatial Metadata.
Filedraft revised FGDC Standards WG charter
The Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC) Standards Working Group (SWG) promotes the development and implementation of standards in support of the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI). The SWG is accountable to and provides recommendations to the FGDC Coordination Group, which is the operational authority for providing leadership and direction in the use and development of geospatial data and information across Federal geospatial programs and in conjunction with public and private sector partners/stakeholders.