NSGIC 2011 Midyear Meeting



February 27 - March 2, 2011
Loews Annapolis Hotel
Annapolis, Maryland



Final Attendance Roster

Final Onsite Program

Topics of Discussion, NSGIC State Caucus Meetings

Monday, February 28



Welcome & Opening Comments
    Jon Gottsegen, NSGIC President, State of Colorado

NSGIC Advocacy Issues

Transportation for the Nation: Current Vision and Recommendations, Steve Lewis, USDOT and Michael Terner, Applied Geographics
Fifty States CAP Program Results (lessons-learned and progress-to-date), Rich Grady, Applied Geographics
The National Enhanced Elevation Assessment and Status of the State, Local and Tribal Requirements Gathering Process, Larry Sugarbaker, USGS

NSGIC Activities Update
NSGIC Activities, Bill Burgess, Washington Liaison
Improving Communications, Mike Mahaffie, State of Delaware

Preserving Budgets and Geospatial Data
GeoMAPP Developing Dynamic Geospatial Data Archives, Joe Sewash, State of North Carolina and Butch Lazorchak, US Library of Congress
Putting a State Budget on the Map, Learon Dalby, State of Arkansas

Broadband Session
    Dave Brotzman, Vermont Center for Geographic Information
    Anne Neville, NTIA
    Michael Byrne, FCC

Corporate Leadership Council Sessions
North West Group "This is Not Lidar, but Elevation Just the Same", Tim Crago
Sanborn "FGDC Address Standards Put to Work for Address Data Development in Rural Oregon", Cy Smith, Statewide GIS Coordinator, State of Oregon and Sudha Maheshwari, Senior Program Manager, Sanborn
Bentley "Completing the Common Operational Picture", Brien Green
Esri "Rethinking the NSDI and SSDIs", Pat Cummens
"MapQuest Open Initiative", Thea Aldrich and Antony Pegg
Michael Baker, Jr., Inc. "The NSGIC Agenda in Practice", Malcolm Adkins and Bill Bates
NAVTEQ "Smartphones Launch a New Era of Geospatial Information", Keith Hangland
Video - Revolutionizing Probe Data Collection and Processing
Surdex "Where is Digital Imaging Technology Going?", Craig Molander
"TomTom GPS Observation Data for Dynamic Community Input", Jaymes Pardue

Tuesday, March 1



Advocacy Agenda Address Coordination
    Timothy Trainor, US Census Bureau,
    Chuck Pruitt, US Postal Service
    Rachel Bello, National Emergency Number Association
    Bill Johnson, State of New York
    Skip Parker, NAVTEQ
    Kamron Barron, TomTom

Census: The Geographic Perspective, Redistricting, Products and Data
    Timothy Trainor, Chief, Geography Division, US Census Bureau
    Cathy McCully, Chief, Redistricting Data Office, US Census Bureau
    James Whitehorne, Redistricting Data Office, US Census Bureau

9-1-1 Program
    Laurie Flaherty, National 911 Program
    Patrick Donovan, Attorney Advisor, Policy and Licensing Division, Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau, FCC

Public Safety Applications of GIS
Virtual USA
    Paul Reisner and Marc Caplan, US Department of Homeland Security
    Cy Smith and Amy Esnard, State of Oregon
Geospatial Partnerships for Community Resilience, Rebecca Harned, Programs Director - National Alliance for Public Safety GIS Foundation
Strengthening Public Safety & GIS Relationships in Maryland, Sandi Cone, GIS Analyst, City of Laurel, Public Safety GIS Work Session Coordinator
Implementing a Regional Data Standard and Model, Brendan Ford, GIS Applications & Systems Administrator Fairfax County Department of Information Technology