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. 
 
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 are developed to adopted standards, shared openly, and maintained through a voluntary, collaborative, community-based effort participated in by local, regional, and state level agencies within Oregon. ​Read more about the Framework Program Goals and FIT Charter, v.1.0.pdf​ . Click on the topics below to discover even more.

The Framework Development Program Request for Proposals​ for the 2019-21 biennium is closed. Please visit the program page for more information.
  • Framework Data Inventory Structure. GEO is assessing and improving how it manages data submissions and associated metadata. The results of this project will allow for faster response times and improved information about the statuses, stewards, and standards for Framework data elements.
  • FIT Leads Database. Oregon's Framework Implementation Team needs strong leaders to achieve its vision. Nominate a potential leader for the FIT Leads Database.
  • Framework Data Inventory and Assessment. Oregon's Framework data elements are being evaluated to better understand their individual and collective status and maturity. FIT themes are coordinating this effort. If you would like to contribute, please contact the appropriate FIT theme lead(s).
Do you want to nominate a someone to be a Framework theme lead? Please fill out the nomination form.​
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Want to get involved? Easy ways include contacting Cy Smith, Geospatial Program Coordinator, a Framework theme lead, attending a Framework Forum, reviewing the GEO calendar for upcoming meeting dates, or joining a FIT email list​. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
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