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Johnson County, Kansas, Automated Information Mapping System (AIMS) July 15, 2002 _____ The AIMS Strategic Plan is intended to be a document to reference when assessing AIMS strategies and to act as a guide for the continuing development and direction of AIMS business.
INTRODUCTIONSince its inception AIMS has gone beyond the initial objective of providing GeographicInformation System GIS support for reappraisal of real estate values which wasmandated by the State of Kansas in 1985 Additional GIS initiatives included a multiuser database design to encourage data sharing defining and promoting the system forenterprise use and the inclusion of County management departments cities andbusinesses for on going support of the programThere were three primary reasons for initiating these broader GIS objectives FirstAIMS was to eliminate the inefficiency of redundant spatial records e g maps andrealize the higher productivity made possible by automation of previously manualprocedures Second AIMS was to draw upon new outside sources of information e gcity building permit records water district underground line work to enhance the systemThird AIMS was to explore opportunities for revenue generation through map sales andby licensing access to GIS dataOver time significant strides have been made in achieving these objectives AIMS hasdeveloped into a trusted advisor regarding spatial information to County departments andend users conducting work in Johnson County AIMS is also a model of localgovernment GIS implementationBecause of the nature of services provided AIMS is tightly integrated with the variousCounty departments that manage land records infrastructure and informationtechnology Continuous interaction with these departments is critical to identifying andimplementing GIS solutions that improve the effectiveness of Johnson CountygovernmentCURRENT BUSINESS MISSIONThe mission of AIMS is to provide open efficient and enterprise access to spatial data ata reasonable cost to aid stakeholders in making more efficient and effective decisionsUltimately these decisions add value to the quality of life that our stakeholders havecome to expect To accomplish this mission AIMS applies sound GIS principles withquality spatial data and effective distribution technologies to put AIMS services at thedisposal of our stakeholdersThese stakeholders include those groups or individuals that are affected by AIMSactions or resources The AIMS stakeholders are not just internal County departmentsbut they expand to local and national users that rely on our service resources andleadership The primary stakeholders include but are not limited to local municipalgovernments Johnson County citizens local utilities internal County departments andpublic and private entities having an interest in the spatial data relating to JohnsonCounty The AIMS stakeholder base is a dynamic group that is continuously evolving inresponse to the services that AIMS offers see Appendix AThe following service elements are critical to the operation and success of AIMSAIMS serves as a repository of spatial data about Johnson County Spatialinformation is obtained from a variety of sources including databases spreadsheetsimages and documents that record information about the natural environment ofJohnson County e g vegetation hydrography soils and the human interactionwith that environment e g street network land ownership municipal boundariesOnce the information is collected it is processed referenced and stored in a mannerthat allows and encourages distributionDistribution of AIMS information and knowledge takes place in many forms andrepresents the second basic component of AIMS operation Hardcopy and digitalmaps represent the most common form of distribution Maps are generated fornumerous County departments emergency services schools utilities privatebusinesses municipalities and the citizenry for general reference and decisionmaking AIMS also partners with a variety of organizations through formal licenseagreements that encourage the exchange and enhancement of spatial informationAIMS capitalizes on these relationships to broaden an already comprehensive GISwhile creating a moderate revenue stream A less formal approach is used tocollaborate coordinate and communicate GIS developments within the CountyA third service element is the development and implementation of applications thatallow retrieval analysis and map report generation of spatially tied data Theseapplications encourage use of spatial information about Johnson County to makeinformed decisions and to use County resources more efficiently Examples of suchapplications include Mapit map generation Parcel Viewer land base mapviewer JCLR web based land record data viewer internet mapping applicationsand remote data gathering and assessment tools Application development is fastbecoming the most prominent service element in the AIMS operationAIMS core business functions are conceptually organized and best defined by fourcomponents see Diagram A AIMS believes these four components are vital to thesuccess of any GIS The failure of one component will lead to the demise of another andwill result in a failed systemCore Business FunctionsData MaintenanceDevelopmentInfrastructureData Distribution Data UseIntegrationData MaintenanceData that is accurate current and easily maintained is the lifeblood of a GIS AIMSemploys multiple approaches to data maintenance De centralized a k a distributedmaintenance is the preferred approach Under the de centralized model individualstakeholders are encouraged to take an active role in the enterprise GIS by taking avested interest in the spatial information they rely upon to perform their businessfunction AIMS staff also maintains numerous spatial layers and databases withinthe GIS Whenever possible AIMS will develop or assist in the development ofapplications that enhance or embed the maintenance process Through automationcurrency and accuracy of the dataset is augmented Finally to maintain and developnew datasets AIMS encourages and relies on data reciprocation from licensedpartners occasionally contracts for data acquisition from vendors and seeks outentities that possess additional relevant spatial information to enhance the GISData DistributionA successful GIS is one that makes data easily accessible Innovative distributiontechniques and the delivery of data in a variety of formats is the foundation to theexpansion of AIMS services AIMS tries to broaden the user base by licensingspatial data to other GIS operations and end users Data licensing promotes sharingof similar data stores encourages standardization of data eliminates redundant datagathering and compilation and reduces the cost to implement and sustain a GISThe advent of Internet mapping is becoming the optimal solution for spatial datadelivery Because it is available anywhere and at anytime Internet mapping reachespreviously untapped audiences and makes data distribution more efficient andA crucial component to the success of a GIS is the application and interpretation ofgeographic data to address real world needs This component is often quite difficultto achieve but yields the greatest return on investment The goal of increasing datause is to encourage the application of GIS to make better decisions and processesmore efficient To accomplish this objective it is necessary to develop tools that usespatial data to promote an enterprise wide GIS These tools include the developmentand implementation of applications that allow retrieval analysis and map reportgeneration of spatial data Development of these tools requires that developerscomprehend the needs of the customer The more transparent these systems are themore likely they are to be integrated seamlessly into the work processes ofstakeholders Use of the data through effective means will promote the GISencourage the sharing of data and expand the user base and awarenessInfrastructureAs with any organization a GIS has fundamental requirements that support thedevelopment and longevity of the system Currency reliability and diversity ofhardware and software are essential to the support of data maintenance distributionand use within the GIS GIS professionals who use hardware and software musthave a broad range of technical and professional skills The knowledge base of anAIMS GIS professional includes experience in information technology e gcomputer programming internet development systems administration land recordsand GIS concepts see Appendix B Also important to the infrastructure isadvocacy of GIS by the County s management With appropriate knowledge of GISand its use in the County support will continue and the implementation of GIS willVALUES AND PHILOSOPHIESThis section sets forth the fundamental set of ideas and beliefs by which AIMS operatesTo convey these organizational values and philosophies we address ten issues ofstrategic importance to AIMS1 The Use of TechnologyIt is AIMS philosophy regarding technology to continue to be proactive andprogressive but also cautious AIMS has unique technological needs and shouldcontinue to explore new technologies as they become available to assure the bestpossible service to our stakeholders It is also our responsibility to provide solutionsthat are fiscally responsible and feasibleIn the past AIMS has always been a leader in evaluating new technology primarilydue to the nature of the GIS business The sheer volume of data and the processingpower required to assimilate that data has necessitated that AIMS take the lead innew and innovative technologies to distribute that data It is understood that ourcustomers and partners look to AIMS to lead the way in evaluating new technology2 Funding of the AIMS OperationAIMS strives to produce a high return on the financial resources invested in itsoperation As technology enables more efficient dissemination of AIMS data andservices AIMS will accelerate its trend toward becoming more financially selfsufficient AIMS endeavors to reallocate a portion of expenses that in the pastsupported our infrastructure of databases hardware software and expertise toenhancing and expanding our servicesReturn on investment can be measured in a variety of ways including AIMS abilityto provide cost saving measures across functional boundaries revenue generatedfrom sales of AIMS products and services and by impacting economic developmentand the delivery of public services within Johnson County3 Role of AIMS and GISa within Johnson County GovernmentFirst and foremost AIMS provides GIS services in support of Countygovernment operations AIMS also believes GIS can be capitalized upon tocreate partnerships with and promote cooperation among County agenciesthereby creating an environment of open exchange that is beneficial to allAIMS strives to serve Johnson County as a coordinator and mentor of GISactivitiesBecause spatial information transcends departmental boundaries GIS by its verynature is an integrative technology crossing department lines to bring togethercommon functions revolving around spatial information Forming partnershipsaround the creation flow and use of spatial data creates a sense of commonpurpose among County agencies and strengthens the GIS enterprise bydistributing knowledge and expertise AIMS other responsibilities also serve tostrengthen the system As a coordinator AIMS tries to reduce redundant effortsand increase efficiency by synchronizing the spatial data functions amongdepartments As mentor and educator AIMS shares its own expertise andexperience provides GIS training and provides a forum for the exchange ofideas and solutionsb to the Citizens Businesses and Municipalities of Johnson CountyAIMS believes it is our role to provide spatial information in an easilyaccessible and understood format In order to perform that role AIMS mustfirst listen and respond to the needs of its stakeholders Second AIMS has aduty to be proactive in marketing and advertising its GIS services throughoutreach and educational efforts Third AIMS should attempt to foresee thedata needs of the user community as well as promote the adoption of improvedgeographic technologyc beyond Johnson CountyThere are two main philosophies guiding AIMS in its interactions outsideJohnson County First AIMS recognizes and strives to serve the manygovernment agencies businesses and individuals residing outside the Countywho depend on our services and data We acknowledge a special responsibilityto the metropolitan Kansas City region to actively participate in developing aregional geographic base Second AIMS endeavors to serve and learn from thelarger GIS community through data sharing general communication withothers and by participating in professional conferences and events4 Data SharingAIMS philosophy on sharing data within Johnson County government is to foster anenvironment where data is available without undue restrictions for those who rely onit to conduct their business AIMS believes that spatial data within Johnson Countyshould not be bound by any departmental or political barriersEqually important as the sharing of data when developing an enterprise wideresource is the contribution of data back to the system Many of the cities and publicutilities maintain data valuable to the County as a whole Examples of valuabledatasets include but are not limited to utility lines addresses zoning etc5 Data IntegrityAIMS strives to provide the most accurate and current data feasible While it isrecognized that there are situations where 100 accuracy is not efficientlyattainable AIMS makes every effort to identify and correct data inaccuracies in itsown data sources as well as notify proper custodians when AIMS is not the primarydata steward6 Service DeliveryWith the ever increasing use of GIS data and applications AIMS will provide dataand services that are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week 365 days a yearAIMS will not only provide fault tolerant and redundant hardware systems andapplications but will also provide innovative solutions with regards to datareplication and disaster recovery7 Customer ServiceAIMS believes in an accessible personal respectful and proactive approach tocustomer service AIMS evaluates requests and services based upon the impact ithas on both the satisfaction of the customer and the return on the County sinvestment AIMS balances accessibility of data and services the necessity toremain current with changes in technology and providing personal attention to meetthe needs of the customer As customer expectations change AIMS strives to beflexible genuine and responsive8 StandardsIt is AIMS belief that adherence to standards is crucial towards the achievement of aseamless enterprise GIS It is also AIMS belief that stakeholders play a participativerole in developing and implementing common standards This benefits the entireAIMS system and GIS in Johnson County by integrating common AIMS and GISpractices and principles across the AIMS user baseThese standards include areas such as data sharing hardware and softwaredevelopment database design cartographic design and data archiving9 Service BoundariesAIMS believes that implementing comprehensive enterprise wide solutions requiresthat it also implement a variety of technologies beyond GIS to meet the needs of thecustomer It is also a philosophy of AIMS that datasets will be developed only tomeet a specific stakeholder needThe primary duty of AIMS is to collect and maintain spatial data about JohnsonCounty but it also has an obligation to turn that data into useful information byproviding comprehensive solutions Providing these solutions sometimes requiresthat AIMS move beyond the traditional boundaries of GIS to operate in other areasof information technology10 Organizational EnvironmentIt is AIMS philosophy to provide a rich fulfilling organizational environmentdesigned to balance employee productivity with professional growth anddevelopment AIMS most valuable asset is its employees Establishing anenvironment where staff members are encouraged to develop and diversifyprofessionally contributes to a stable productive program that is highly qualified atproviding comprehensive solutions Also important to promoting this philosophy isfostering teamwork communication and self management to the benefit of AIMSSTRATEGIC DIRECTION GOALS AND RECOMMENDATIONSThe broad long term goals of AIMS listed below emanate from the organizational valuesand philosophies set forth in the previous section Specific recommendations are laidout for each goal and serve as a road map for attaining that goal Goals andrecommendations are grouped by core business functionDATA MAINTENANCEGoal 1 Ensure that AIMS data is accurateRecommendation 1 1 Establish and enforce standards for spatial accuracy foreach dataset Make spatial accuracy conform to established oracceptable levels through editing or replacement of the datasetRecommendation 1 2 Establish and enforce standards for attribute accuracy andcompleteness for each datasetRecommendation 1 3 Implement quality control QC procedures for each datasetWherever possible the QC procedure should be built into thedata maintenance process for continual monitoring of spatialand attribute accuracyGoal 2 Ensure that AIMS data is currentRecommendation 2 1 Establish and enforce standards of currency for each datasetbased on the use of the data available funding and workloadrequired to maintain currencyGoal 3 Continue to acquire relevant datasetsRecommendation 3 1 Work to identify and provide new datasets that benefit theCounty and AIMS data partnersRecommendation 3 2 Take advantage of reciprocation agreements to obtain new orupdated dataRecommendation 3 3 Encourage the use of a document imaging system and integratethe data into the enterprise GISGoal 4 Increase the efficiency of the County workflows that support or produce AIMSRecommendation 4 1 Evaluate the workflow procedures that produce and maintainspatial and tabular data used by AIMS and identify redundantefforts inefficient procedures and manual procedures thatadversely effect data qualityRecommendation 4 2 Maximize automation of the processes identified aboveGoal 5 Ensure that AIMS data and data maintenance procedures are properlydocumentedRecommendation 5 1 Encourage organizations who maintain AIMS data to createand maintain metadata documentation regarding dataRecommendation 5 2 Continue to update and distribute metadataRecommendation 5 3 Diagram data maintenance proceduresGoal 6 Decentralize data maintenanceRecommendation 6 1 Encourage the organizations who benefit from the data to takean active role in maintenance and to develop a vested interestin the dataDATA DISTRIBUTIONGoal 7 Maximize automation of data distributionRecommendation 7 1 Continue efforts to make data continuously available throughthe InternetRecommendation 7 2 Increase the number of datasets available through the AIMSInternet map serviceRecommendation 7 3 Continue to enhance Internet map service functionality astechnology changesGoal 8 Increase data distribution by streamlining the data licensing processRecommendation 8 1 Reduce the time required to obtain a data licenseGoal 9 Ensure that AIMS data is GIS software independentRecommendation 9 1 Continue to offer data in a variety of industry standard formatsRecommendation 9 2 Evaluate and implement appropriate new spatial data transferGoal 10 Ensure consistency in data distribution and pricing policiesRecommendation 10 1 Make all pricing and distribution policies consistent withcurrent County fiscal policyGoal 11 Maximize the use potential of the data distributed by AIMSRecommendation 11 1 Develop applications and tools that simplify data viewingand analysis for the end user and distribute these with theRecommendation 11 2 Increase efforts to integrate existing data and processes intoan enterprise wide GISGoal 12 Increase the use of GIS and AIMS data in the County s decision makingRecommendation 12 1 Continue to develop partnerships with other departmentsRecommendation 12 2 Evaluate department workflows to identify situations whereGIS can increase the comprehension or effective use ofinformationRecommendation 12 3 Continue to evaluate and implement new technologies thatsupport GIS integrationGoal 13 Raise the level of GIS awareness within the CountyRecommendation 13 1 Continue educational and promotional efforts such as GISDay and the AIMS Coordinators meetingsINFRASTRUCTUREGoal 14 Maximize the return on investment the County makes in AIMS annuallyRecommendation 14 1 Make a concerted effort to increase revenue by developingnew products and services and by expanding the customerRecommendation 14 2 Document hard and soft revenue generated by AIMSservices and productsGoal 15 Enhance the efficiency of AIMS technological infrastructureRecommendation 15 1 Continue efforts to improve the availability of the AIMSinfrastructure and supporting ITS system componentsRecommendation 15 2 Apply appropriate n tier distribution and deploymentstrategiesRecommendation 15 3 Continue efforts to increase bandwidth by reducing technicaland organizational obstaclesRecommendation 15 4 Research and implement wireless technologies and mobileGIS where it benefits AIMS and its customersGoal 16 Develop standards and make them available to AIMS partners to enhanceinteroperabilityRecommendation 16 1 Document AIMS standards and preferences regardingsoftware architecture development environments RDBMSand supporting applicationsRecommendation 16 2 Implement cartographic standards to promote consistency indesign symbology annotation and legends among all AIMSRecommendation 16 3 Implement database standards for spatial and non spatialdata and identify and document best practicesRecommendation 16 4 Implement standards for a homogeneous hardwareenvironment that enables easy and efficient systemadministrationRecommendation 16 5 Implement coding standards that facilitate the maintainabilityof applicationsRecommendation 16 6 Conduct periodic reviews to ensure enforcement ofGoal 17 Enhance the efficiency of AIMS human infrastructureRecommendation 17 1 Minimize staff turnoverRecommendation 17 2 Encourage professional growth and job satisfactionRecommendation 17 3 Continue to develop the skill sets of staff by making fundingavailable for professional development Make an effort toidentify the career goals of staff and tailor training to assist inmeeting those goalsRecommendation 17 4 Strive to fill open positions by recruiting people with a broadvariety of skills including customer service projectmanagement and systems analysis skills in addition to theassumed GIS programming and database skillsRecommendation 17 5 Develop interns to fill positions within AIMS by providingexperience beyond Mapper of the Day dutiesRecommendation 17 6 Promote teamwork and communicationRecommendation 17 7 Facilitate a flexible work environment while maintainingpersonal accountabilityGoal 18 Ensure that the application infrastructure of AIMS is properly documentedand maintainedRecommendation 18 1 Document all maintenance distribution and use applicationsthrough external documents and internal code commentsRecommendation 18 2 Continue use of code control software to record and managechanges to applicationsGoal 19 Enhance the efficiency of infrastructure managementRecommendation 19 1 Increase use of database technologies to track manage andanalyze AIMS s infrastructureAppendix A Examples of AIMS StakeholdersCitizens of Johnson CountyJohnson County GovernmentLand Records Clerk Appraisers Office Planning Codes Register of DeedsInfrastructure Public Works WastewaterHealth Services Human Services and Aging EnvironmentalEmergency MED ACT ECC Emergency ManagementLaw Enforcement Judicial SheriffCommunity Services Park and Recreation LibraryOther Election Office ITSMunicipal Governments in Johnson CountyOverland Park Lenexa Shawnee Olathe Leawood Prairie Village MerriamMission Mission Hills Spring Hill De Soto Gardner WestwoodSchool Districts in Johnson CountyBlue Valley Olathe De SotoPrivate Businesses Doing Business in Johnson CountyEngineering HNTB Black and Veatch Landplan Engineering PhelpsEngineering Shafer Kline and Warren Olsson AssociatesReal Estate Fishman Co Realtors Cohen Esrey Phoenix Land and TitleShaner Appraisal National Flood Research Premier BankLegal Polsinelli Shalton and WelteConstruction Burge Fence Signature Landscape Decks By Design OutdoorEnvironment Bazin ExcavatingUtilities Doing Business in Johnson CountyWater One KCPL Kansas Gas Williams Pipeline Western ResourcesTelecommunications Industry Doing Business in Johnson CountyAmerican Tower Sprint Comcast Time Warner CableEconomic Development Organizations in Johnson CountyCounty Economic Research Institute CERI Olathe Chamber of CommerceFederal GovernmentFederal Emergency Management Agency FEMA U S Census BureauState GovernmentKansas Data Access and Support Center DASCGovernments in KC Metro and RegionWyandotte County Jackson County Mid America Regional Council MARCHuman Service Organizations Operating in Johnson CountyUnited Community Services of Johnson CountyMiscellaneousBlue Valley Recreation Commission Deffenbaugh Industries MidAmerica GISConsortium MAGICAppendix B The Knowledge Base of an AIMS GIS ProfessionalThe Knowledge Base of an AIMS GIS ProfessionalApril 25 2002Note Parenthetical items are intended as examples not as comprehensive listsProgrammingDatabase Concepts Techniques algorithmsRDBMS Concepts Constraints Indexes structured code cohesion couplingViews Triggers Referential Integrity Database Programming ADO DEDDB Design Modeling Normalization Object Oriented ProgrammingANSI SQL DDL DML ArcSDE Visual BasicDB Administration Tuning Security GeoDB Deployment InstallShieldBackup Recovery UMLMicrosoft SQL Server 2000 MapObjectsArcObjects System AdministrationAML System Maintenance MonitoringAvenue Storage AdministrationWeb Internet VBA PlanningHTML XHTML Hardware Network SoftwareJava Script VB Script GIS InstallationASP Analysis Techniques Overlay SecurityXML Buffer Surface Modeling TIN Backup Archive RestoreGrid Clipping NetworkingSoftware Workstation ArcInfoMapObjects IMS ArcView 3 2 ArcMapArcIMS ArcCatalog ArcToolbox ArcPadCartography Geographic DataMap Communication Collection Techniques GPSDesign Principles data COGO Remote Sensingclassification visual hierarchy Core Aerial Photo Address MatchData Models Raster VectorMap Symoblization Skills TIN Coverage ShapefileMap Projections Editing Registration RubberThematic Map Types Sheeting EdgematchingChoropleth Isarithmic SnappingApplied GISEnvironmental ImpactEmer Mgmt Pub SafetyHomeland Defense CrimeProject Leadership Analysis Systems AnalysisConcepts Techniques work Transportation Routing Interviewingbreakdown milestones Utility Industries Asset Mgmt Data Flow Diagramsdeliverables estimating gantt Physical Logical ModelingBusiness Site SelectionOrganizational Skills Re engineering ProcessesWritten and Oral Communciation Software Architecture DesignMicrosoft ProjectCounty GovernmentProfessional Land Records Tax Appraisal CadastralCustomer Service Orientation Infrastructure Transportation Public WorksMotivation Initiative Wastewater StormwaterWork independently in a team Community Services Public Health ParksProblem Solving Info Seeking Skills Corrections Emergency ManagementCommunication Leadership Planning Development Zoning CodePersonal Accountability Integrity 14 Enforcement
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