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Framework Goals and Performance

Framework Program Goals and Performance

The Framework Program shares a vision and mission with the Oregon Geographic Information Council (OGIC), and works to complete the objectives laid out in the 2023-26 Strategic Plan for Geospatial Data Management. Performance measures have also been created to document the progress made by the participants of the Program and the Framework Program Coordinator to advance the goals of the Program.


Authoritative, reliable geospatial data are available and accessible when and where needed to support equitable provision of services across the State of Oregon.


The Oregon Geographic Information Council oversees Oregon’s Framework Program in providing a consistent and reliable network of geospatial resources and data for all Oregonians.


The goals and objectives of the Framework Program as defined in OGIC’s Strategic Plan for Geospatial Data Management 2023-2026 are:

Goal 1: Improve Data Sharing and Accessibility

  • Objective 1a. Prioritize data for development within Framework Program Grant Program.
  • Objective 1b. Ensure integration of geospatial data with Federal databases and/or standards.
  • Objective 1c. Define imagery portfolio for Oregon and determine long-term funding strategy.
  • Objective 1d. Coordinate with local governments to increase data sharing and aggregation.

Goal 2: Expand Data Governance

  • Objective 2a. Create data standards and stewardship plans for foundational datasets.
  • Objective 2b. Complete data inventory for all geospatial Framework data elements.
  • Objective 2c. Build continued alignment between enterprise data governance activities and the Framework Program.