The United States Thoroughfare Landmark and Postal Address Data

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					 The United States Thoroughfare,
Landmark and Postal Address Data
            Standard

              Presentation to:
          FGDC Coordination Group
           By URISA International
              March 16, 2010
                  Presented by
     URISA Address Standard Working Group
  (Martha McCart Wells, Ed Wells, Carl Anderson,
           Sara Yurman, Hilary Perkins)‫‏‬
      One Standard, Four Parts
   Address Data Content
   Address Data Classification
   Address Data Quality
   Address Data Exchange
                  Background
   Built on previous drafts
   URISA petitioned FGDC for the opportunity
    to develop this standard. Granted in 2005.
   URISA Address Standard Working Group
    prepared this standard with the help of
    address creators and managers throughout
    the United States
       Volunteer, community-based process
              Table of Contents
   1 Introduction
   2 Address Data Content
       Address Elements
       Address Reference Systems
       Address Attributes
   3 Address Data Classification
       Thoroughfare Class
       Landmark Class
       Postal Class
       General Class
              Table of Contents
   4 Address Data Quality
       Introduction
       Anomalies: Uncertainty and Addresses
       Measuring Address Quality
       Using the Measures in a Quality Control
        Program
       Quality Measures
   5 Address Data Exchange
       Structure of a Transfer Package
       The Address Standard XSD (See Part 7 for
        complete XSD Document)‫‏‬
               Table of Contents
   Part 6: References
   Part 7 Appendices
       Appendix A (Normative): Normative XSD
       Appendix B (Informative):Address XML Examples
       Appendix C (Informative): Table of Element Relationships
       Appendix D (Informative): Relationship of
        Addresses to Transportation Features and Linear
        Reference Locations
       Appendix E (Informative): Element Measure Index
       Appendix F (Informative): Attribute Measure Index
       Appendix G (Informative): Classification Measure Index
       Appendix H (Informative): Quality Measures By Data Quality
        Report
       Appendix I (Informative): Compatibility of the Address
        Standard with the FGDC Geographic Information Framework
        Data Content Standard for the NDSI
Standard Development Process
   Grass-roots approach
       Two drafts circulated through URISA Web Site
        (over 400 comments received on these drafts)‫‏‬
       Over 40 presentations of Standard in progress
        (URISA, NSGIC, NENA, state, regional, and
        national conferences, GSDI and ISO
        internationally)‫‏‬
       Two webinars presented through URISA
   Use of Wiki Site
       Over 500 people signed up to view and comment
        on site
   Teleconferences, emails and conversations
    with practitioners
         Coordination with Other
               Standards
   Standards Referenced
       FGDC Standards Reference Model
       FGDC Metadata Standard
       FGDC Framework Standard (especially Base Part,
        Cadastral and Transportation)‫‏‬
       ANSI - FIPS
       USPS Publication 28
       NENA Next Generation 911 Address Exchange
       XML, GML, SQL
       Approximately 25 other standards consulted
   Meetings with other Standards bodies
       NENA, USPS, ISO, FGDC Subcommittees and
        Standards Maintenance Authorities
                         Profiles
   Two profiles of the standard to coordinate
    with specific use cases:
       USPS
           Worked with Postal Service to coordinate USPS
            Publication 28 and UPU Standards
       NENA
           Worked with NENA to update their address standard
            and coordinate profiles to manage emergency
            address uses
   Profiles both extend and restrict the ways in
    which the standard is applied to these cases.
                      Schedule
   Acceptance by FGDC Coordination Group (3/16/2010)‫‏‬
   Public Review Process (90 days, ending on or before
    6/30/2010)‫‏‬
   Comment Adjudication (30 to 90 days, depending on
    number and substance of comments, ending on or before
    9/30/2010)‫‏‬
   Final version and adjudicated comments report to Standard
    Working Group (on or before 9/30/2010)‫‏‬
   Standards Working Group Approval (on or before
    10/30/2010
   Approval by Coordination Group (14 day review, on or
    before 11/15/2010)‫‏‬
   Approval by Steering Committee (30 day review, electronic
    ballot or meeting, on or before 12/30/2010)‫‏‬
   Signature by Chair, FGDC Steering Committee and
    publication (1/15/2011)‫‏‬
                                    Schedule




Dates are for calendar years 2010 and 2011
    Benefits of an Address Data
             Standard
   Addresses are the most commonly used and
    well-known identifier of the location of
    people, places and events
   Created, maintained and used by virtually all
    local governments
   Ability to share and manage address data is
    a critical need for all levels of government
   Known value to the geospatial community
       Draft versions already in use, and adopted by
        some states and local governments.
                     Vote
   The SWG recommends that the U.S.
    Thoroughfare, Landmark, and Postal
    Address (Address) Standard be released
    through the FGDC standards process for 90-
    day public review.

   VOTE ACTION: By simple majority of CG
    Primary members, should the Address
    Standard be released for a 90-day public
    review?

				
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