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Oregon Geospatial Enterprise Office

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​About Framework​​​​

Through the Oregon Framework Program, GIS staff and users across all levels of government collaborate to assemble and share important statewide GIS datasets, called Framework data. By working collaboratively, the Framework community increases efficiency, reduces costs, and improves access to geospatial data for everyone. 
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Framework data are fundamental geospatial data sets intended to serve the purposes of a broad range of users and are organized into Framework themes, such as Administrative Boundaries and Geoscience. Framework datasets a​re developed to adopted standards, shared openly, and maintained through a voluntary, collaborative, co​mmunity-based effort participated in by local, regional, and state level agencies within Oregon. ​

Information about the individual Framework themes and the latest Framework Data Inventory are located on GEOHub​.

Framework Forums ​

In the spring and fall of each year, the Framework Coordinator hosts an all-day event to support the Framework Program. More information about past forums and the next upcoming forum can be found here​.  

Oregon Spring Framework Forum

When

April 25th, 2024

10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Where

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Astoria

204 West Marine Drive, Astoria, OR 97103

Registration

Forum Registration

Registration and Attendance is FREE!​

Doors open at 9:30 for coffee and light breakfast.  Lunch provided with registration.

Agenda

Draft Agenda

 

Detailed agenda to follow.  

Staying Over?

We are working to set up a block of rooms to be held through March at Holiday Inn Express & Suites for attendees who wish to stay over.

 

Additional room information and Group Code to follow.


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Theme/Work groupUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
NameUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
EmailUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
 
Addresses and BuildingsTom Eldertom.elder@das.oregon.gov
Administrative BoundariesKaren Grosulak-McCordkaren.grosulak-mccord@dlcd.oregon.gov
BioscienceVacant 
Building Footprints WorkgroupMatt Williamsmatt.williams@dogami.oregon.gov
CadastralPhil McClellanphilip.l.mcclellan@oregon.gov
ClimateDylan Keondylan.keon@oregonstate.edu
Coastal and MarineTanya Haddadtanya.haddad@dlcd.oregon.gov
ElevationRobert Hairston-Porterrobert.hairston-porter@dogami.oregon.gov
Geodetic ControlRandy Obergrandy.d.oberg@odot.state.or.us
GeoscienceDavid Percypercyd@pdx.edu
HazardsNancy Calhounnancy.calhoun@dogami.oregon.gov
HydrographyBob Harmonrobert.c.harmon@oregon.gov
ImageryBrady Callahanbrady.callahan@oprd.oregon.gov
Land Use/Land CoverSarah Marvinsarah.marvin@dlcd.oregon.gov
Oregon Framework ProgramMelissa FoltzMelissa.FOLTZ@das.oregon.gov
Planning WorkgroupSarah Marvinsarah.marvin@dlcd.oregon.gov
PreparednessDon Pettitpettit.don@deq.state.or.us
PreparednessDaniel Stoelbdaniel.stoelb@state.or.us
TransportationChad Bradychad.w.brady@odot.state.or.us
UtilitiesVacantmelissa.foltz@das.oregon.gov
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​Want to get involved? Easy ways include contacting Melissa Foltz, the Framework Program Coordinator, a Framework theme lead, attending a Framework Forum, reviewing the GEO calendar for upcoming meeting dates, or joining the FIT email list​. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​








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Contact:​ 

Melissa Foltz, Framework Coordinator
melissa.foltz@das.oregon.gov