Data Management Committee

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NENA Development Group

 

MASTER GLOSSARY

The Data Management Committee develops standard best practices and procedural guidelines for managing data for core service and related functions. This committee also includes all data management services required to operate, deploy, and maintain an effective 9-1-1 system.

Example topics may include: location validation, mapping, routing, ALI, performance monitoring, reporting, interoperability and service level agreements.


Co-Chair

Shelly Guenther ENP
NGA 911 LLC
303.772.1616

Co-Chair

John Beasley
RapidDeploy
903-556-9110 



Working Groups

  • GIS Data Stewardship - NG9-1-1 Road Centerlines  

NENA is seeking volunteers for the GIS Data Stewardship for NG9-1-1: Road Centerlines Working Group. The focus of this working group will be to provide information specific to the purpose and intended use of Road Centerlines within NG9-1-1 location validation and call routing as well as best management practices for the creation and stewardship of this layer. This Working Group will meet Mondays from 11:30 - 1:00 pm ET beginning Monday, October 7, 2019.

 

  • GIS Data Stewardship - NG9-1-1 Emergency Service Boundaries   

NENA is seeking volunteers for the GIS Data Stewardship for NG9-1-1: Emergency Service Boundaries Working Group. The focus of this working group will be to provide information specific to the purpose and intended use of Emergency Service Boundaries within NG9-1-1 as well as best management practices for the creation and stewardship of these layers. This Working Group will meet Fridays from 1:00 - 2:30 pm ET beginning Friday, October 18.

 
  • GIS Data Transition  

NENA seeks volunteers for a new working group to write a NENA Information Document that will provide guidance to GIS professionals in the transition to NG9-1-1, for applying NENA’s standards and other information documents to their data development activities, and for everyday maintenance of GIS address attributes. The intent of this working group is to clarify the use of civic address fields within the NG9-1-1 GIS Data Model to support the transition from E9-1-1 to NG9-1-1. The WG will build upon lessons learned, and suggest best management practices for common challenges faced by GIS professionals transitioning through phases of GIS readiness, from initial creation of GIS data for E9-1-1, to supporting both E9-1-1/ALI-style addresses and NG9-1-1 CLDXF-style civic locations. Volunteers for this work group should be subject matter experts in

 


Standards & Documents for this Committee