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GIS as strategic management tool

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GIS as strategic management tool

  1. 1. GIS as strategic management tool Geographic Information System (GIS) can be used as a strategic management tool for the infrastructure development cycle from planning, environment assessment, survey, design, construction, safety and security, operations, disaster preparedness, maintenance and public information & dissemination. It can also be used in facilities management to include infra-related equipment pools, information technology resources and regional/district office buildings. It can also help in financial administration for monitoring expenditures in the central office, project management offices, regional offices and district engineering offices. Planning GIS technology can provide rich analytic and visual tools to find the right balance between the need to accommodate demand on public infrastructure and the responsibility to preserve quality of life and environmental sustainability of infrastructure projects. GIS can provide a framework to inform models, such as those used to forecast travel demand and plan capital improvements, and to support strategic decision making. In addition, GIS applications for making environmental evaluations can shed light on the consequences of various transportation alternatives. Implementing Offices – Planning Service (Central Office) – Planning Division (Regional Offices) Application Software to be integrated by GIS - Multi Year Programming System (MYPS) - Road and Bridge Information Administration (RBIA) - RBIA Utilities - Road Traffic Information Administration (RTIA) - Pavement Management System (PMS) - Bridge Management System (BMS) - Traffic Accident Recording and Analysis System (TARAS) - Confirm - Confirm Utilities
  2. 2. Survey As a surveyor, you depend on a variety of software and technology in your daily workflows. GIS technology integrates with other systems while providing new functionality and a central database. A GIS database gives you a better way to easily manage, reuse, share, and analyze your survey data, saving you time, money, and resources. Because GIS software solutions are interoperable with the many data formats used in the field and office, you can deliver your data in the format required by your clients while maintaining the data’s core integrity. GIS software adds intelligence to spatial data, whether the data is generated in the field with GPS or remotely with lidar and photogrammetry. You can enter raw data, measurements, and field sketches directly into the GIS, enabling you to efficiently manage your data in a geodatabase with other spatial information. You can use GIS technology for collecting, importing, converting, and storing spatial measurement and computational fabrics. You can integrate computations, such as COGO and traverse least squares, and preexisting networks as well as import spatial data feature classes and relationships. With GIS software, you can bring data straight from the field into a geodatabase in a seamless workflow and take GIS data back into the field via a data collector or laptop computer. GIS software is customized to best meet your needs by optimizing functionality needed to complete a job. Implementing Offices – Bureau of Design (Central Office) – Design Division (Regional Office) – Right of Way Division (Central Office) – Surveying Division (Regional Office) Environment Assessment As scientists and environmental managers, you use GIS to study the environment, report on environmental phenomena, and model how the environment is responding to natural and man-made factors.
  3. 3. With Esri GIS software you can o Manage multiple types of geographic data. o Assess relationships such as runoff and groundwater purity. o Measure change such as wildlife habitat encroachment. o Model events such as drought impact on forest health. o Improve workflow processes, from data gathering and analysis to publication and distribution of findings. Implementing Office – Environmental and Social Services Office (ESSO) Design The design engineers who are using the computer-aided design (CAD) tools to accomplish design tasks can take the advantage of GIS capability to incorporate the GIS-based information in the design process. With tools available in Esri core software, the design engineers can also import CAD documents into the GIS to perform robust cost estimate calculations and update other spatial information. GIS support for surface and hydraulic models and soil and geotechnical analyses gives you a rich set of capabilities for designing context-sensitive projects. Implementing Offices – Bureau of Design (Central Office) – Design Division (Regional Office) – Right of Way Division (Central Office) Application Software to be integrated by GIS - Infrastructure Right of Way (IROW) - Autocad versions - Primavera/MS Project - STAAD Pro - Construction Cost Information System (CCIS)
  4. 4. Safety and Security Governments worldwide emphasize the importance of highway design and other methods that increase roadway safety. Engineers are using the power of GIS to perform safety analyses and identify root causes of dangerous highway segments. GIS makes it possible to take human factors into consideration as well as design elements. At the same time, demand has increased for transportation security in transportation operations at airports, ports, and transportation depots. GIS provides an integrating technology for incident response systems and infrastructure security systems. Implementing Offices - Bureau of Research and Standards (Central Office) - Research and Standards Division (Central Offices) - Special Buildings Construction GIS helps in the effective and efficient project delivery for new infrastructure projects especially multi-year projects that require careful monitoring, coordination, and management. GIS uses location as the cornerstone of data management for organizing project delivery information. GIS can be used to support initial planning and environmental studies; organize map, survey, and design documents; and share information with personnel in the office or the field. The open software platform of Esri GIS allows integration with project management software such as Primavera and MS Project. Integration makes it possible to provide a comprehensive view of projects and their current status, which gives project managers valuable support for achieving effective project delivery. Implementing Offices – Bureau of Construction (Central Office) – Construction Division (Regional Offices) – Project Management Offices – Procurement Office Proposed Application to be developed and integrated with GIS - Constructors Performance Evaluation System (CPES)
  5. 5. Application Software to be integrated with GIS - Autocad versions - Primavera/MS Project - Construction Cost Information System (CCIS) - Project Monitoring System (PMOS) - Project Information (PIPS) - Civil Works Registry (CWR) Operations Operations managers work to achieve the highest efficiencies possible with existing infrastructure. One approach is to use traffic management strategies that help traffic engineers respond to changing conditions in ways that ensure optimal system performance. GIS can take a central role in developing effective traffic management strategies. The capabilities to integrate data feeds and share dashboard views make GIS ideal for viewing a comprehensive picture of current traffic conditions. For example, traffic managers can visually monitor bottlenecks and related information to quickly respond to vehicle incidents. In addition, these views can be shared with the public, giving drivers the latest information on road closures and current travel conditions. Implementing Offices - Office of the Secretary - Office of the Undersecretaries - Office of the Assistant Secretaries - Project Management Offices - Regional Offices - District Engineering Offices Application Software to be developed and integrated with GIS - Regional Operation Information System (ROIS) - District Engineering Operation Information System (DEOIS) Application Software to be integrated with GIS - Executive Information System (EXIS) Maintenance Budget constraints create a challenge for managers who make decisions about infrastructure maintenance. Having a well-planned
  6. 6. and proactive maintenance regime can save significant costs over the life cycle of transportation infrastructure. GIS can provide the framework for an effective asset and maintenance management strategy. For example, mapping and analysis capabilities of GIS can be combined with pavement and bridge management models to produce comprehensive maintenance management solutions. GIS software for field use enables inspectors and field-based maintenance personnel to record inspections on site and quickly update agency databases through a wireless connection, which increases data accuracy and saves time. – Bureau of Maintenance (Central Office – Bureau of Equipment (Central Office) – Regional Equipment Pool (Regional Offices) – Maintenance Division (Regional Offices) Proposed Application software to be developed and integrated with GIS - Equipment Pool Management System (EPMS) - Bridge Maintenance Management System (BMMS) Application Software to be integrated with GIS - Road Maintenance and Management System (RMMS) Disaster Preparedness GIS is an essential technology for all phases of emergency management: preparation, mitigation, response, and recovery. Find out how GIS provides a foundation for comprehensive emergency management [PDF]. To prepare for and mitigate emergencies, GIS can map and model potential disasters to help visualize critical vulnerabilities and damage consequences. As rebuilding begins, GIS aids local, state, and federal agencies with technology that supports collaboration between multiple agencies. Field data captured with mobile GIS provides the ability to add updates from remote locations for more efficient incident management. It also supplies rapid damage assessment and more accurate recovery operations. Implementing Office – Environmental and Social Services Office (ESSO)
  7. 7. Public Information and Dissemination For highway operations, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) utilize the latest technologies to help alleviate traffic congestion and optimize traffic flow. A wide range of Esri desktop, server, and mobile GIS software and applications help highway engineers monitor dynamic traffic conditions for analysis, response, and communication. GIS can be configured to push real-time traffic condition updates out to the public via the Internet or to geographically specific areas via cell phones. Esri open architecture software supports development of spatial data models and promotes information management and sharing among agencies. It supports 511 systems in the United States and, in Europe and Asia, makes it possible to share data and real-time information among transportation, public transport, and emergency response systems. Esri GIS technology is integrated into the most advanced ITS worldwide. Implementing Offices - Public Information Division (Central Office) - Field Operation (Regional Offices) - Field Operation (District Offices ) Application Software to be integrated with GIS - IT Kiosk - Complaints Acquisition and Action Center (CAAC) - Complaints Verification and Investigation Center (CVIC) Facilities and IT Asset Management Using an IT system based on GIS allows you to manage land, infrastructure, and building assets in one common database. Such an information system is useful throughout the life cycle of a facility, from deciding where to build to space planning. An enterprise GIS benefits facilities management by streamlining data collection, dissemination, construction, and maintenance while promoting better communication, planning, and analysis. Implementing Offices - Facilities Maintenance Division (Central Office) - Facilities Maintenance Division (Regional Offices) - Monitoring and Information Service (MIS) - Network Administrator Units (Regional Offices)
  8. 8. Application Software to be developed and integrated with GIS - Facilities Inventory and Maintenance System (FIMS) - IT Help Desk Database Utility Import - IT Asset Preventive Maintenance System (IAPMS) Application Software to be integrated with GIS - Property Accountability and Management (PAMS) - IT Asset Management System (ITAMS) - IT Help Desk Financial Administration Government organizations realize a significant return on GIS investments. GIS is integral in operations, decision making, and communication. It has demonstrated real business value, or return on investment (ROI), over the years. With GIS you can o Save money and time o Increase efficiency and accuracy o Generate revenue o Automate workflows o Improve accountability and transparency Implementing Offices - Budget Division - Accounting Division Proposed application software to be developed and integrated with GIS - Import Utility Program for E-budget - Import Utility Program for E-NGAS Application software to be integrated with GIS - E-Budget - E-NGAS - Accounts Payable System (APS) - Cash Advances Monitoring System (CAMS)