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Hydrography                                           Surface water Features (streams, lakes, reservoirs)


Watershed Boundaries                                  Watersheds


Wetlands                                              Wetland location


Transportation                                        Street/Road network

Buildings and Facilities                              Selected Critical Infrastructure
AGENCY GEOSPATIAL SERVICES INVESTMENTS AND ACTIVITIES


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AGENCY ENTERPRISE LICENSE AGREEMENT (ELA) DETAILS
Enterprise Agreements are an effective way to create business flexibility, achieve standardization, ensure compliancy and simplify license administration across an enterprise. It is designed to ease the burden
of license administration, budgeting and support, resulting in a decreased total cost of ownership. Geospatial Enterprise Agreements can include agreements/subscriptions for geospatial data, services, and
software such as Enterprise License Agreements (ELAs), Data License Agreements (DLAs), Enterprise Subscriptions and Enterprise-Wide Supplier Agreements.
Agency Name:                 Enter
Organization:                Enter
Contact/Preparer Name:       Enter
Phone Number:                Enter
E-Mail:                      Enter

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ELA Name/Identifier                                   (The Vendor Name                                   (The ELA Scope                                     Specific Data Set Purchased                             Service Capability Provided by Investment    Specific Software or Service Capability
entry in row 11 is an example. Add or delete as appropriate.) entries in rows 11:15 are examples. Add or      (SELECT FROM DROP DOWN LIST                   (The entries in rows 11:12 are examples. Add or         (SELECT FROM DROP DOWN LIST ONLY. Please Purchased
                                                              delete as appropriate.)                         ONLY.)                                        delete as appropriate. Entries are not constrained      see Services Definitions tab for reference.) (The entries in rows 11:12 are examples. Add or
                                                                                                                                                            by Specific Dataset Definitions tab datasets.)                                                       delete as appropriate.)
ELA Name/Identifier                                   (The Vendor Name                                   (The ELA Scope                     Specific Data Set Purchased                          Service Capability Provided by Investment    Specific Software or Service Capability
entry in row 11 is an example. Add or delete as appropriate.) entries in rows 11:15 are examples. Add or      (SELECT FROM DROP DOWN LIST   (The entries in rows 11:12 are examples. Add or      (SELECT FROM DROP DOWN LIST ONLY. Please Purchased
                                                              delete as appropriate.)                         ONLY.)                        delete as appropriate. Entries are not constrained   see Services Definitions tab for reference.) (The entries in rows 11:12 are examples. Add or
                                                                                                                                            by Specific Dataset Definitions tab datasets.)                                                    delete as appropriate.)
ELA Name/Identifier                                   (The Vendor Name                                   (The ELA Scope                     Specific Data Set Purchased                          Service Capability Provided by Investment    Specific Software or Service Capability
entry in row 11 is an example. Add or delete as appropriate.) entries in rows 11:15 are examples. Add or      (SELECT FROM DROP DOWN LIST   (The entries in rows 11:12 are examples. Add or      (SELECT FROM DROP DOWN LIST ONLY. Please Purchased
                                                              delete as appropriate.)                         ONLY.)                        delete as appropriate. Entries are not constrained   see Services Definitions tab for reference.) (The entries in rows 11:12 are examples. Add or
                                                                                                                                            by Specific Dataset Definitions tab datasets.)                                                    delete as appropriate.)
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Additional Information on Data Set(s) or Geospatial Service(s) Acquired

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Investment Type Definitions

Investment Type Definition/Description
Services         Geospatial services include organization (public and private sector) capabilities manual or automated and/or tools that enable
                 users to access and manipulate geospatial information and data, and includes instruction, training, support, and guidance (a
                 more complete list with detailed definitions is available below) for the use of geospatial data. A geospatial service can be an
                 automated program, interface, application, or engine that performs a defined action that can be found, invoked, and executed
                 over the web. Typically a geospatial web-based service is a service which performs an action on geospatial data or
                 information to transform/translate/convert it to a more usable format, update it, distribute it, or integrate it into an existing
                 database or data set for use.
Data Acquisition Activities and costs associated with the purchase or lease geospatial data sets from commercial, governmental, or non-
                 governmental entities, including states, tribes, local governments, other Federal Agencies, and non-governmental
                 organizations for use in Geospatial Information Systems and software.
Data Collection  Activities and costs associated with the collection of new geospatial data (i.e., data not available commercially, from other
                 governmental or non-governmental entities) for use in geospatial information systems and software. Includes costs
                 associated with data development and/or the costs associated with joining a data consortium that collects/develops new data.

Data Distribution Any data dissemination for use, manipulation, or integration into a geospatial information systems or application that is not
                  specifically part of a web-based geospatial service (as described in the definition of Services above). Can include a wide
                  variety of formats and mechanisms, including EDI, use of standards-based exchange protocols (e.g., XML), FTP sites, web
                  sites, data marts/data warehouses, CD-ROMs, and DVDs. Can also include a variety of different types of files, including
                  shapefiles, coverages, personal geodatabases, spreadsheets, relational database files.

Data Processing     Any computer process that converts geospatial data into information. Applies defined operations to a set of geospatial data
                    inputs and generates new information that answers a spatial question. Geoprocessing tools range from common GIS
                    operations, such as overlay, buffer, and data management, to more advanced operations for raster processing, topology, and
                    schema definition. Data processing is usually automated/electronic in nature, and usually occurs prior to usage. Conversion
                    of source files from one format to another (e.g., conversion of existing non-GIS hard copy materials or electronic files - such
                    as, engineering or CAD drawings, site maps, aerial photographs - into digital inputs/outputs, or from MS Excel file to .dbf)
                    would fall under the data processing category, as would geocoding.




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Data Themes and Definitions from OMB Circular A-16

Data Theme                  Definition
Baseline (Maritime)         Baseline represents the line from which maritime zones and limits are measured. Examples of these limits
                            include the territorial sea, contiguous zone, and exclusive economic zone. The spatial extent of the baseline is
                            defined as "ordinary low water," interpreted as mean lower low water, as depicted on National Ocean Service
                            nautical charts and/or appropriate supplemental information.
Biological Resources        This dataset includes data pertaining to or descriptive of (nonhuman) biological resources and their distributions
                            and habitats, including data at the suborganismal (genetics, physiology, anatomy, etc.), organismal (subspecies,
                            species, systematics), and ecological (populations, communities, ecosystems, biomes, etc.) levels.

Buildings and Facilities    The facility theme includes federal sites or entities with a geospatial location deliberately established for
                            designated activities; a facility database might describe a factory, military base, college, hospital, power plant,
                            fishery, national park, office building, space command center, or prison. Facility data is submitted from several
                            agencies, since there is no one party responsible for all the facilities in the Nation, and facilities encompass a
                            broad spectrum of activities. The FGDC promotes standardizing on database structures and schemas to the
                            extent practical.
Cadastral                   Cadastral data describe the geographic extent of past, current, and future right, title, and interest in real
                            property, and the framework to support the description of that geographic extent. The geographic extent
                            includes survey and description frameworks such as the Public Land Survey System, as well as parcel-by-
                            parcel surveys and descriptions.
Cadastral (Offshore)        Offshore Cadastre is the land management system used on the Outer Continental Shelf. It extends from the
                            baseline to the extent of United States jurisdiction. Existing coverage is currently limited to the conterminous
                            United States and portions of Alaska. Maximum extent of United States jurisdiction is not yet mathematically
                            calculated.
Climate                     Climate data describe the spatial and temporal characteristics of the Earth's atmosphere/hydrosphere/land
                            surface system. These data represent both model-generated and observed (either in situ or remotely sensed)
                            environmental information, which can be summarized to describe surface, near surface and atmospheric
                            conditions over a range of scales.
Cultural and Demographic    These geospatially referenced data describe the characteristics of people, the nature of the structures in which
Statistics                  they live and work, the economic and other activities they pursue, the facilities they use to support their health,
                            recreational and other needs, the environmental consequences of their presence, and the boundaries, names
                            and numeric codes of geographic entities used to report the information collected.
Cultural Resources          The cultural resources theme includes historic places such as districts, sites, buildings, and structures of
                            significance in history, architecture, engineering, or culture. Cultural resources also encompass prehistoric
                            features as well as historic landscapes.
Digital Ortho Imagery       This dataset contains georeferenced images of the Earth's surface, collected by a sensor in which image object
                            displacement has been removed for sensor distortions and orientation, and terrain relief. For very large surface
                            areas, an Earth curvature correction may be applied. Digital orthoimages encode the optical electromagnetic
                            spectrum as discrete values modeled in an array of georeferenced pixels. Digital orthoimages have the
                            geometric characteristics of a map, and image qualities of a photograph.

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Data Themes and Definitions from OMB Circular A-16

Data Theme                  Definition
Earth Cover                 The Earth Cover theme uses a hierarchical classification system based on observable form and structure, as
                            opposed to function or use. This system transitions from generalized to more specific and detailed class
                            divisions, and provides a framework within which multiple land cover and land use classification systems can be
                            cross-referenced. This system is applicable everywhere on the surface of the Earth. This theme differs from the
                            Vegetation and Wetlands themes, which provide additional detail.
Elevation Bathymetric       The bathymetric data for Inland and Intercoastal waterways is highly accurate bathymetric sounding information
                            collected to ensure that federal navigation channels are maintained to their authorized depths. Bathymetric
                            survey activities support the Nation's critical nautical charting program. This data is also used to create
                            Electronic Navigational Charts. The bathymetric sounding data supports the elevation layer of the geospatial
                            data framework.
Elevation Terrestrial       This data contains georeferenced digital representations of terrestrial surfaces, natural or manmade, which
                            describe vertical position above or below a datum surface. Data may be encapsulated in an evenly spaced grid
                            (raster form) or randomly spaced (triangular irregular network, hypsography, single points). The elevation points
                            can have varying horizontal and vertical resolution and accuracy.
Federal Land Ownership      Federal land ownership status includes the establishment and maintenance of a system for the storage and
Status                      dissemination of information describing all title, estate or interest of the federal government in a parcel of real
                            and mineral property. The ownership status system is the portrayal of title for all such federal estates or
                            interests in land.
Flood Hazards               National Flood Insurance Program has prepared flood hazard data for approximately 18,000 communities. The
                            primary information prepared for these communities is for the 1 percent annual chance (100-year) flood, and
                            includes documentation of the boundaries and elevations of that flood.
Geodetic Control            Geodetic control provides a common reference system for establishing coordinates for all geographic data. All
                            NSDI framework data and users' applications data require geodetic control to accurately register spatial data.
                            The National Spatial Reference System is the fundamental geodetic control for the United States.

Geographic Names            This dataset contains data or information on geographic place names deemed official for federal use by the
                            U.S. Board on Geographic Names as pursuant to Public Law 80-242. Geographic Names information includes
                            both the official place name (current, historical, and aliases) and locative direct (i.e., geographic coordinates)
                            and indirect (i.e., State and County where place is located) geospatial identifiers and categorized as populated
                            places, schools, reservoirs, parks, streams, valleys, and ridges.
Geologic                    The geologic spatial data theme includes all geologic mapping information and related geoscience spatial data
                            (including associated geophysical, geochemical, geochronologic, and paleontologic data) that can contribute to
                            the National Geologic Map Database as pursuant to Public Law 106-148.
Governmental Units          These data describe, by a consistent set of rules and semantic definitions, the official boundary of federal, state,
                            local, and tribal governments as reported/certified to the U.S. Census Bureau by responsible officials of each
                            government for purposes of reporting the Nation's official statistics.
Housing                     HUD's database maintains geographic data on homeownership rates, including many attributes such as HUD
                            revitalization zones, location of various forms of housing assistance, first-time homebuyers, underserved areas,
                            and race. Data standards have not yet been formalized.
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Data Themes and Definitions from OMB Circular A-16

Data Theme                   Definition
Hydrography                  This data theme includes surface water features such as lakes, ponds, streams and rivers, canals, oceans, and
                             coastlines. Each hydrography feature is assigned a permanent feature identification code (Environmental
                             Protection Agency Reach Code) and may also be identified by a feature name. Spatial positions of features are
                             encoded as centerlines and polygons. Also encoded is network connectivity and direction of flow.

International Boundaries     International boundary data include both textual information to describe, and GIS digital cartographic data to
                             depict, both land and maritime international boundaries, other lines of separation, limits, zones,
                             enclaves/exclaves and special areas between States and dependencies.
Law Enforcement Statistics   Law enforcement statistics describe the occurrence of events (including incidences, offenses and arrests)
                             geospatially located, related to ordinance and statutory violations and the individuals involved in those
                             occurrences. Also included are data related to deployment of law enforcement resources and performance
                             measures.
Marine Boundaries            Marine boundaries depict offshore waters and seabeds over which the United States has sovereignty and
                             jurisdiction.
Offshore Minerals            Offshore minerals include minerals occurring in submerged lands. Examples of marine minerals include oil, gas,
                             sulfur, gold, sand and gravel, and manganese.
Outer Continental Shelf      This data includes lands covered by water at any stage of the tide, as distinguished from tidelands, which are
Submerged Lands              attached to the mainland or an island and cover and uncover with the tide. Tidelands presuppose a high-water
                             line as the upper boundary; whereas submerged lands do not.
Public Health                Public health themes relate to the protection, improvement and promotion of the health and safety of all people.
                             For example, public health databases include spatial data on mortality and natality events, infectious and
                             notifiable diseases, incident cancer cases, behavioral risk factor and tuberculosis surveillance, hazardous
                             substance releases and health effects, hospital statistics and other similar data.
Public Land Conveyance       Public land conveyance data are the records that describe all past, current, and future, right, title, and interest in
(patent) Records             real property. This is a system of storage, retrieval and dissemination of documents describing the right, title,
                             and interest of a parcel.
Shoreline                    Shorelines represent the intersection of the land with the water surface. The shoreline shown on NOAA Charts
                             represents the line of contact between the land and a selected water elevation. In areas affected by tidal
                             fluctuations, this line of contact is the mean high water line.
Soils                        Soil data consist of georeferenced digital map data and associated tabular attribute data. The map data
                             describe the spatial distribution of the various soils that cover the Earth's surface. The attribute data describe
                             the proportionate extent of the various soils as well as the physical and chemical characteristics of those soils.
                             The physical and chemical properties are based on observed and measured values, as well as model-
                             generated values. Also included are model-generated assessments of the suitability or limitations of the soils to
                             various land uses.
Transportation               Transportation data are used to model the geographic locations, interconnectedness, and characteristics of the
                             transportation system within the United States. The transportation system includes both physical and non-
                             physical components representing all modes of travel that allow the movement of goods and people between
                             locations.
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Data Themes and Definitions from OMB Circular A-16

Data Theme                  Definition
Transportation (Marine)     The Navigation Channel Framework consists of highly accurate dimensions (geographic coordinates for
                            channel sides, centerlines, wideners, turning basins, and River Mile Markers) for every federal navigation
                            channel maintained by USACE. The Navigation Framework will provide the basis for the marine transportation
                            theme of the geospatial data framework.
Vegetation                  Vegetation data describe a collection of plants or plant communities with distinguishable characteristics that
                            occupy an area of interest. Existing vegetation covers or is visible at or above the land or water surface and
                            does not include abiotic factors that tend to describe potential vegetation.
Watershed Boundaries        This data theme encodes hydrologic, watershed boundaries into topographically defined sets of drainage areas,
                            organized in a nested hierarchy by size, and based on a standard hydrologic unit coding system.
Wetlands                    The wetlands data layer provides the classification, location, and extent of wetlands and deepwater habitats.
                            There is no attempt to define the proprietary limits or jurisdictional wetland boundaries of any federal, state, or
                            local agencies.




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Specific Dataset Definitions within Data Theme

Theme                        Dataset
Biological Resources         Species Inventory (T&E, Invasive)
                             and/or Distribution


Buildings and Facilities     Selected Critical Infrastructure




Cadastral                    Parcel



Climate                      Precipitation/Weather


Cultural Resources           Archaeological Data




Digital Ortho Imagery        Medium to High Resolution 1M or
                             Finer


Earth Cover                  Land Use



Earth Cover                  Earth Observation for
                             Environmental Quality




Elevation Bathymetric        Near Shore Bathymetry




Elevation Terrestrial        High Resolution 10M or Finer




Flood Hazards                1% Annual Chance (100 yr.)
                             Floodplain Boundary

Governmental Units           State, County, Municipal, Tribal
                             and Congressional Boundaries


Hydrography                  Surface Water Features (streams,
                             lakes, reservoirs)
Transportation               Street/Road network


Watershed Boundaries         Watersheds

Wetlands                     Wetland location




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Geospatial Capability Definitions




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Geospatial Capability Definitions

Services                            Definition
Archiving                           Refers to a long-term storage of digital files. Of particular interest are compression and other
                                    techniques and processes that facilitate the long term storage of large geospatial files, datasets, and
                                    databases.
Feature Services                    An application and supporting services for selection, browsing, extraction, transformation, integration
                                    and update of a feature database. Assures that requestor credentials are sufficient for requested
                                    changes and that changes requested do not violate validation rules.
Gazetteer Services                  A service that provides the ability to determine the geospatial coordinates for a place, given place
                                    name and/or attributes. This function accesses a database of geographic place names, together with
                                    their geographic locations and other descriptive information.
Geo-analytical Services             A web service that computes a geographic function for a specified geographic input. For example,
                                    TotalWaters web service computes the amount of stream miles and lake acres within a user defined
                                    bounding box.
Geo-coding                          Services affiliated with the process of assigning geographic identifiers (e.g., codes or geographic
                                    coordinates) to features, data records, and business information, including street addresses. With
                                    geographic coordinates, the features can then be mapped and entered into Geographic Information
                                    Systems. Location information includes: geographic coordinates (latitude-longitude, UTM etc) and
                                    area codes such as country, state, city or other place codes.
Geospatial Helpdesk                 Geospatial Helpdesk is an information and assistance resource that troubleshoots problems
                                    associated with geospatial affiliated hardware, software and systems.
Image Services                      Upon request, an Image Service provides an image of the requested Layer(s), in either the specified
                                    or default rendering Style(s). Typical output formats include Portable Network Graphics (PNG),
                                    Graphics Interchange Format (GIF), Joint Photographic Expert Group format (JPEG), and Tagged
                                    Image File Format (TIFF).
Location-based Services (LBS)       Location-based services exploit any of several technologies for knowing where a network user is
                                    geographically located. One is the Global Positioning System (GPS), based on a collection of 24
                                    Navstar satellites developed originally for the U.S. Department of Defense. A land-based GPS
                                    receiver uses these satellites to determine its location, within 50 meters to 100 meters.
Map Publication                     Map publication refers to services associated with the generation and distribution of digital and analog
                                    maps using geospatial data sets/databases as source material. It includes services such as “maps on
                                    demand”, and map production.
Mapping Services                    Accesses vector and raster data and render it in the form of a map for display (combines access and
                                    portrayal). Independent of whether the underlying data are features (point, line and polygon) or
                                    coverage’s (such as gridded digital terrain model or images), the Mapping Service produces data that
                                    can be directly viewed in a web browser. Data are labeled as one or more “Layers,” each of which is
                                    available in one or more “Styles.”




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Geospatial Capability Definitions

Metadata Services                   An application and supporting services for browsing, data entry, transformation, integration and
                                    update of the metadata for geospatial resources, and optionally, update of associated geospatial
                                    resource records. (Geospatial resources include maps and data from which maps may be derived,
                                    and may include ancillary products and services. A Geospatial Catalog includes various ways by
                                    which geospatial resources are characterized and associated.) Assures that requestor credentials are
                                    sufficient for requested changes and that changes requested do not violate validation rules. Accesses
                                    one or more Resource Catalog Servers.
Routing                             A service to determining a path through a network whether it be a stream, transportation or other such
                                    network. Common examples would be: determining shortest distance between 2 cities on a road
                                    network; optimizing deliver vehicle path within a city; determining streams are encountered in the
                                    flowpath of a toxic substance from a chemical spill.
Training                            Training is concerned with workplace learning to improve performance and is inclusive of on-line and
                                    web-based training.
Translation                         A service to convert data from one format to another usually in order to move it from system to
                                    another. This service also includes transformation, the process converting the coordinates of a map
                                    or images from one system to another typically by shifting, rotating, scaling, skewing or projecting.

Weather                             Service associated with the delivery or subscription for weather-associated information such as
                                    current rainfall or other weather conditions (e.g. Nexrad), average annual conditions, forecasts or
                                    historic conditions or trends for any geographic area.




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IT vs. Non-IT Costs
Definition and Examples

Definition of IT Cost From OMB Circular A-11

Information Technology, as defined by the Clinger-Cohen Act of 1996, sections 5002, 5141, and 5142, means any equipment or
interconnected system or subsystem of equipment used in the automatic acquisition, storage, manipulation, management,
movement, control, display, switching, interchange, transmission, or reception of data or information. For purposes of this
definition, equipment is "used" by an agency whether the agency uses the equipment directly or it is used by a contractor under a
contract with the agency that (1) requires the use of such equipment or (2) requires the use, to a significant extent, of such
equipment in the performance of a service or the furnishing of a product. Information technology includes computers, ancillary
equipment, software, firmware and similar procedures, services (including support services), and related resources. It does not
include any equipment acquired by a Federal contractor incidental to a Federal contract.

Examples of IT Costs:

A. IT Organizations

Costs associated with organizations with a specific mission to support IT activities.

B. Agency IT personnel who do not work in an IT organization, but perform IT work

Identification of these personnel can be done by occupational series/job code (e.g., Computer Operators, Computer Engineer, IT
specialists) or by the specific work the personnel perform (e.g., personnel costs for staff directly involved in IT system analysis,
project management, and administrative activities, such as local area network managers who are not classified under an IT
occupational series/job function).

C. Data Processing Services

The cost of data processing services ordered by organizations from a Working Capital Fund (WCF) should be considered an IT
cost.

D. IT Security

IT security includes such costs as: security architecture development, determination of sensitivity level of information;
development of risk assessments; revisions, review and testing of security plans; disaster recovery, continuity of support, and
contingency plans. It also includes implementation of technical management and operational controls, including security-related
hardware and software; testing of effectiveness of controls, including technical vulnerability assessments and penetration testing;
development of information, security policies, security training; security program assessment; physical security if specifically for
IT assets; and background checks for Federal and contract IT personnel;


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IT vs. Non-IT Costs
Definition and Examples

E. Software

IT costs include cost for all software and software licenses, which includes application and operating system programs,
procedures, rules, and any associated documentation pertaining to the operation of a computer system.

F. Equipment

IT costs include the cost of any equipment or interconnected system or subsystem of equipment that is used in the automatic
acquisition, storage, manipulation, management, movement, control, display, switching, interchange, transmission, or reception
of data or information but does not include office equipment, such as standalone copying machines, desk calculators, and
typewriters.

G. Telecommunications

Costs for services and equipment, including any services and/or equipment that require a Telecommunications Services Request
(TSR) should be considered IT cost.

H. Other Examples of IT Costs

Federal employees and contractors who perform IT maintenance and development activities;

IT hardware and software and related equipment and supplies;

Working Capital Fund (WCF) IT Service Agreements (excluding postage services);

System development and maintenance;




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IT vs. Non-IT Costs
Definition and Examples

Examples of Non-IT Costs

(1) Personnel Costs for the following:


(1a) System users who are not directly involved in the development or technical administration of Agency IT systems or projects;

(1b) Administrative personnel and other support staff who execute and process IT related transactions; and

(1c) Non-IT personnel attending IT training or IT conferences;

(2) Data, files, or records management (but does include system development activities, and maintenance costs for electronic
records management systems);

(3) Entering and retrieving data from databases or other sources;

(4) Website content development or management, report generation, mathematical or statistical modeling;

(5) Photocopy paper used in printers;

(6) Preparing spreadsheets, graphs and charts;


(7) Libraries or library services (but does include planning, development, and maintenance costs for on-line/electronic libraries);

(8) Scientific Equipment (e.g., a Gas Chromatographer);

(9) Calculations performed using IT equipment such as statistical modeling;

(10) Office Equipment (e.g., calculators, typewriters, photocopy machines); and

(11) Other activities typically performed only by users of systems.




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  This spreadsheet is a tool for estimating FTE costs - you do not have to list all Federal government geospatial FTEs that support your Agency in this table. This worksheet will
                                    not be submitted to OMB as part of the Budget Data Request submission for the Geospatial Line of Business.



                                                                   FY 2007    Subtotal 1                        Subtotal 2 -     Inflation/
                                                                                           Benefits
                                                                   Locality-   (Salary *                       (Subtotal 1 *    Federal Pay
                                                                                          Multiplier                                             FY 2008      FY 2009      FY 2010     FY 2011      FY 2012      FY 2013
                                                   2007            Adjusted Percentage on                        Benefits       Raise Factor
                                                                                          (136.45%)
Organizational Location           GS-Level Step Percentage          Salary1   GEO/GIS)                          Multiplier)        (3.4%)
Office, Division, Branch            GS-12       1        20%        $66,767     $13,353    136.45%                $18,221           1.034         $18,840     $19,481      $20,143      $20,828      $21,536      $22,268
                                    GS-14       5        55%       $106,331     $58,482    136.45%                $79,799           1.034         $82,512     $85,317      $88,218      $91,218      $94,319      $97,526
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
                                                                                  $0       136.45%                  $0              1.034           $0          $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
   Subtotals                                            0.75                   $71,835                            $98,019                        $101,352    $104,798     $108,361     $112,046     $115,855     $119,794

NOTES:

(1) FY 2007 Locality-Adjusted Salary values that can be used to populate this table and estimate FTE costs for your office can be found at: http://www.opm.gov/oca/07tables/pdf/saltbl.pdf . Identify the correct locality
rate table (e.g., Locality Pay Area of Washington-Baltimore-Northern Virginia, DC-MD-PA-VA-WV) and populate the 'FY 2007 Locality- Adjusted Salary' column with the appropriate value based on Grade and Step
for all FTEs that are more than 10% dedicated to Geospatial work. After adding the correct FY 2007 locality-adjusted salary value and entering it for each FTE, the FY 2008 - FY 2013 estimates will be populated
based on the FY 2007 percentages and salaries.


(2) The Benefits Multiplier used to populate this table and estimate FTE costs for your office beyond FY 2007 can be found in OMB Memorandum M-07-02, "Update to Civilian Position Full Fringe Benefit Cost Factor,
Federal Pay Raise Assumptions, Inflation Factors, and Tax Rates used in OMB Circular No. A-76, Performance of Commercial Activities," dated October 31, 2006
(http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/memoranda/fy2007/m07-02.pdf). The Inflation/Federal Pay Raise Factor used to populate this table can be found in OMB Circular No. A-76, Transmittal Memorandum No. 25,
“Performance of Commercial Activities," dated March 14, 2003 (http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/circulars/a076/trans25.html).
Investment Type            Specific Data Themes       Specific Data Set Purchased                                     Specific Geospatial Service Acquired
Data Acquisition           Biological Resources       1% Annual Chance (100 yr.) Floodplain Boundary                  Archiving
Data Collection            Buildings and Facilities   Archaeological Data                                             Feature Services
Data Distribution          Cadastral                  Earth Observation for Environmental Quality                     Gazetteer Services
Data Processing            Climate                    High Resolution 10M or finer                                    Geo-analytical Services
                           Cultural Resources         Med to High Resolution 1M or finer                              Geo-coding
ELA Scope                  Digital Ortho Imagery      Land Use                                                        Geospatial Helpdesk
Data                       Earth Cover                Near Shore Bathymetry                                           Location-based Services
Software                   Elevation Bathymetric      Parcel                                                          Image Services
Data, Software             Elevation Terrestrial      Precipitation/Weather                                           Map Publication
Services                   Flood Hazards              Street/Road network                                             Mapping Services
Services, Data             Governmental Units         Selected Critical Infrastructure                                Metadata Services
Services, Software         Hydrography                Species Inventory (T&E, Invasive) and/or Distribution           Routing
Data, Software, Services   Transportation             State, County, Municipal, Tribal and Congressional Boundaries   Training
                           Watershed Boundaries       Surface Water Features (streams, lakes, reservoirs)             Translation
                           Wetlands                   Watersheds                                                      Weather
                                                      Wetland location

								
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