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State of Kansas

2012 MAGIC GIS Clearinghouse Summit

Sioux Falls, SD

EROS Data Center

State Update
Presentations

Clearinghouse Services

Q1: What type of services do you provide?


Data
archival


Data distribution


Web services (WMS, WFS, ArcGIS, Imagery
)


Database
development/area integration


Cartographic
development


Metadata
development


Application
development


Application
hosting


Geospatial
data inventory


Coordination
/outreach


Training





All of the above, except
training
. Archival, distribution, and web services are our
primary functions. Database development & integration is a growing service area.
Application development is performed on as
-
needed basis. We’ve pulled back from
previous level
-
of
-
effort on application development due to long
-
term maintenance
needs.

Funding

Q2: How are those services funded?



The clearinghouse is funded through an annual contract with the State
of Kansas Office of Information Technology Services (OITS).




All database archival, integration, and distribution services are viewed
to be part of the core function of the clearinghouse and are provided
free
-
of
-
charge.



Custom
application development is viewed as a secondary service that
does not always have a broad
-
scope strategic impact; therefore this is
a fee
-
for
-
service activity
.

Challenges

Q3: What
is your greatest Clearinghouse challenge at this time
?



Staff
-
to
-
workload ratio


which basically comes down to funding
.



Kansas
OneMap




Backup architecture

Q4: What is your backup architecture


does it include written policies?



Backup server presence located at AGIO in Little Rock, AR. Working on
standing up new hardware that will be located at the KU Computer Center.

Database Development & Integration

Q5: Does your clearinghouse support database
development projects that
involve the integration of local/regional data sets
?



Statewide Tax Units Database



Kansas Statewide Broadband Initiative



Limited progress on local road centerline data integration

Inventory

Q6: Have
you implemented a GIS data inventory tool within your state
?



Yes, Ramona.



A statewide effort was conducted from 2008
-
2010 in coordination with the
Kansas Adjutant General’s Department to inventory all counties. On
-
site
meetings were held with nearly every county in the state.

Staffing

Q7: How
is your organization staffed
? Please
list positions title and full or part
time status
.


Ken Nelson


Manager

Eileen Battles


GIS Project Manager

Kristen Jordan


GIS Specialist

Brent Miller


GIS Specialist

Kelly Emmons


Application Developer

Asif

Iqbal



Systems Engineer


All positions are full
-
time, however staff members are not necessarily appointed
100% to the clearinghouse

Archive Policy

Q8: Has
your state developed a record retention/archival policy for geospatial
data
?


HB 2195
-

Kansas Enterprise Electronic Preservation (KEEP
)


Passed in
2011


Preservation
and Authentication of Permanent and Enduring Electronic
Records


Establishes
the foundation for authenticating electronic records as original
under the authority of the Kansas State Historical
Society


The
legislation and subsequent ITEC directives establish a policy framework
and governance for preserving permanent and enduring records in their
native form and authorizes the state archivist to authenticate the records
against standards established by the Historical
Society


Still determining the impact of HB2195 on geospatial data


Technology: GIS Server

Q9:
Which of the following GIS Server software are utilized by your
organization
? (
ArcIMS
, ArcGIS Server, AGS Image Extension, Map Server,
Other?)



ArcIMS



a few legacy applications remaining



ArcGIS Server



ArcGIS Image Extension

Q10:
If your organization is running ArcGIS Server, have you upgraded to
version
10.1? Yes, No, Issues encountered?



Installed…yes



Fully
-
productional
…no

Technology: GIS Server

Q11:
Which
Web
API's are utilized by your
organization? (JavaScript, Flex,
Silverlight, Undecided)



Primarily JavaScript


Technology: GIS Server

Q12:
Does your state GIS portal utilize the ArcGIS Server Geoportal
Extension
?



No

Technology: GIS Server

Q13:
Are you currently publishing data and services
via ArcGIS Online?



Approximately 48 maps or services published under the State’s
organizational account



W
e’re expecting this to grow considerably in the coming months.

Technology: ArcGIS Online

Q14:
Are you currently using Cloud computing services
? For
example, a pre
-
built ArcGIS Server instance running in the Amazon Cloud or a Cloud
-
based
storage solution
?



No

Technology: Cloud Computing

Q15:
What, if any, mobile applications have been developed or are planned to
be developed? What platforms are being supported
(
iOS
,
Android
, Windows
Mobile)
? What technologies are being used
?



None yet



The Kansas State Historical Society (KSHS) Historical Resources Inventory
application may be the first web port over to mobile. It would likely be
iOS
.

Technology: Mobile Applications




Agreement
signed in late January, 2011 after months and months of meetings




We’re now in our second year of operation, and it’s going well




Implemented fee structure for adding new licenses that follows the State
Master Purchase Agreement (MPA) maintenance
fees




Savings in excess of $125,000 in first 18
-
months




Software and license files distributed through DASC office. Billing handled
through GIO’s office.

Esri

Enterprise License Agreement

LiDAR

development continues at a rapid pace. 2012 project was over 21,000
square miles. Planning is underway for 2103 project.

LiDAR

Development

ORKA County Status

Open Records for Kansas Appraisers (ORKA)


Collaborative project with Kansas Department of Revenue (KDOR)



DASC works with all 105 Kansas County Clerks to acquire tax unit (district)
data and assemble into a statewide
geodatabase



Approximately 50% of the counties maintain their tax units in a GIS system



DASC complete it’s 3
rd

statewide update of the
geodatabase

in Spring, 2012



This database is primarily used by state government and private sector

Statewide Tax Units Database


In November, 2011, the Kansas Department of Commerce became the
designated entity for the Kansas Statewide Broadband Initiative



DASC was tasked with taking on the data collection aspects of the project



DASC began working on the project in January, 2012



Accomplishments to date:


Semi
-
annual update delivered to NTIA 04/01/12


Semi
-
annual update delivered to NTIA 10/01/12


Provider roundtable meeting held in May,
2012


Provider web portal launched in July, 2012


Provider data submission webinars held in July, 2012


Public web mapping application launched in August, 2012


Provider roundtable meeting held in May, 2012

Kansas Statewide Broadband Initiative