Oregon Geospatial Enterprise Office


Data stewardship has been defined as:

​​The willingness to be accountable for a set of business information for the well-being of the larger organization, by operating in service, rather than in control, of those around us.
​For Oregon, the organization is broadly defined to include a GIS community of staff at the state, local, federal, tribal, and regional levels.  In order for the Framework Program to be successful, it is important to foster and encourage a robust environment of data stewardship and sharing of geospatial data in Oregon. Below are links to documents describing the stewardship concepts developed by Framework Implementation Team particpants:​


​Documents and presentations

​​Draft stewardship plans

The Oregon Fish Habita​t Distribution Data Stewardship ​Plan (v1.0) has been open for public comment, which concluded May 28, 2020.

GI​S councils and committees​​

  • ​​OGIC - Oregon ​Geographic Information Council ​
  • GPL - GIS Program Leaders​
  • FIT - Framework Implementation Team
  • PACPolicy Advisory Committee​​

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