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Title: Planning your GIS Presented by Wayne Chizek, Director Marshall County GIS Supervisors Affiliate of I


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Planning your GIS!!!Presented byWayne Chizek,
DirectorMarshall County GISSupervisors
Affiliate of ISACNCO SchoolDes Moines,
IowaJanuary 23, 2003
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Planning Your GIS Project
  • Inventory what you currently have.
  • Discuss what functionality you want.
  • Consider Some GIS Development suggestions.
  • Be aware of Development issues you will encounter
    along the way.

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Inventory What You Currently Have
  • Software Database Infrastructure.
  • Parcel Mapping Procedures
  • Technology Expertise
  • Information Services Department
  • Programmer/Consultant
  • Map Maintenance Personnel
  • Vendor Relationships

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Inventory What You Currently Have
  • Technology Infrastructure
  • Network
  • E-mail
  • Internet access
  • A good core group of GIS Champions
  • Cooperative Board of Supervisors Department
    Heads

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Discuss What FunctionalityYou Want
  • The ability to attach a majority of your County
    data to digital maps
  • To create more complex maps than you are current
    capabilities allow.
  • To display county data with Digital Aerial
    Orthophotography

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Discuss What FunctionalityYou Want
  • To provide GIS data electronically to county
    employees the public via an intranet the
    internet
  • To have the capability to do spatial analysis

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Discuss What FunctionalityYou Want
  • To stream line and retool many county work
    processes.
  • To reinvent County Government and improve how
    county services are provided to the tax paying
    citizens.

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GIS Development Suggestions !!!
  • Identify participants within your organization.
  • Organize a GIS project team or committee
  • Get a multi-department commitment to develop a
    countywide GIS.

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GIS Development Suggestions !!!
  • Assess what you currently have
  • Personnel
  • Technology expertise
  • Technology Infrastructure
  • Software
  • Viable applications

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GIS Development Suggestions !!!
  • Determine prioritize your project objectives,
    applications outputs.
  • Develop an implementation plan
  • Establish roles responsibilities

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GIS Development Suggestions !!!
  • If you have resources available, execute your
    implementation plan
  • If you dont have all the necessary resources
    available..

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Complete all the NO COST or LOW COST items of
your implementation plan that your resources will
allow!!!
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No Cost or Low Cost Suggestions
  • Gradually make necessary improvements to your
    technology infrastructure
  • Set standards for future purchases of computer
    hardware software that meet or exceed your GIS
    requirements

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No Cost or Low Cost Suggestions
  • Identify 2-3 GIS Champions
  • Educate current employees consider expanding
    their job responsibilities
  • Have department heads review job descriptions
    consider technology expertise when hiring new
    employees

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No Cost or Low Cost Suggestions
  • Join the Iowa Counties Information Technology
    (ICIT) Organization.
  • Attend GIS conferences, seminars Symposiums
    (Iowas 6th Biennial GIS Conference June 30th,
    July 1st 2nd, 2003, in Ames, Iowa)
  • Get Involved with the Iowa Geographic Information
    Council (IGIC).

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No Cost or Low Cost Suggestions
  • Work at building a network of GIS contacts
  • Review the policies procedures of other
    organizations start to formulate/develop your
    own policies.
  • Research potential consultants their work from
    several customers

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No Cost or Low Cost Suggestions
  • Surf the Internet (World Wide Web) visit the
    multitude of sites dealing with GIS to see what
    others are doing where technology is heading.
  • Dont be afraid to use the wealth of free GIS
    data available on the internet to implement some
    simple, but useful GIS applications. Just make
    sure you understand the limitations of that data.

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No Cost or Low Cost Suggestions
  • Subscribe to magazines covering GIS in government
    such as Government Technology, Civic.com,
    Geospatial Solutions GeoWorld

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No Cost or Low Cost Suggestions
  • Get fully familiar with your in-house data
    assets. Resolve any potential problematic issues
    such as database compatibility, database
    inefficiencies such as duplicate data, consistent
    data field input E-911 addressing
    inconsistencies

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Development Issues You Will Encountered Along the
Way
  • GPS Survey and how dense it should
  • Aerial Photography Black White versus color, at
    what pixel resolution and in what file format.

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Development Issues You Will Encountered Along the
Way
  • File format for your parcel base map files
  • Format of your Parcel Identification Number
  • Metadata

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Development Issues You Will Encountered Along the
Way
  • Replacing hard copy maps with digital maps
  • Development of Policies, Procedures and
    agreements
  • Requests for data before you were ready

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In Summary
  • Understand where you are currently.
  • Envision about where you want to go and what your
    really want to accomplish.
  • Develop an implementation plan to make your
    visions come true.
  • Periodically review revise your implementation
    plan.

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Wayne ChizekGIS Director, Marshall County
641-754-6338wchizek_at_co.marshall.ia.usIowa
Counties Information Technology (ICIT)
Organizationhttp//www.icit.state.ia.us
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