Session 3.4: Enterprise Mapping, Data and Workflow -Web Based Automated Planning Tool

APA Federal Planning Division


Thursday, May 4, 2017
2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. EDT

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The Department of Defense Explosives Safety Board (DDESB) and the Military Departments have developed a desktop GIS based analytical tool for analyzing facilities and operations against current explosive safety criteria and performing risk based analysis. The DoD Facility Business Governance Board has authorized the transition from the desktop application to a Web-Based System that integrates use and control of enterprise GIS, real property, and explosives safety data with geospatial analysis of criteria and automated workflow for project review and approval. This effort will transition the explosives safety planning process from reliance on installation level desktop analytics and manual update of the data to a Joint Service Planning Tool using enterprise data and automatically routing review and approval of proposed work to the appropriate officials across the Services. The increased reliance on enterprise data improves the accuracy of the reviews, but increases the requirement to integrate explosives safety requirements into all aspects of facility engineering processes, data gathering requirements, and enterprise system designs. This transition will require partnering with the Services Facility Engineering community to design the new system. This approach also shows promise as a wider planning tool that can automate any geospatial based procedural planning process.


Johnathan Stacy

Invited Speaker

Senior Explosives Safety Engineer, Naval Ordnance Safety and Security Activity Read More

Lea Ann Cotton

Invited Speaker

Department of Defense Explosives Safety Board

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