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CDI Monthly Meeting - 20180110

The Community for Data Integration (CDI) meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Eastern Time.

GSTalk for screensharing:
https://gstalk.usgs.gov/47919

Tips: This is the first time we are using the GSTalk platform, please allow a few extra minutes to connect. Use Internet Explorer or Safari, if you run into problems, try a different browser. Recommended to use PHONE, not browser for audio. You do not need to "sign in" to view, just enter your full name. If you receive a message that you need Flash, click on the small box that says Flash, you may be able to bypass it. The separate window may be hidden behind other windows. Sync your phone number and name in the participants list by right-clicking on your phone number and selecting “This is my phone.” Click the “auto-fit” button in the upper-left to fit the screen-share to your window. Few-second lags in the screen-share are normal. Email cdi@usgs.gov or speak up on the phone if you are having trouble connecting.

Audio:

USGS/DOI Dial In Number: (703) 648-4848 (for USGS and DOI offices)
Toll Free Dial In Number: (855) 547-8255 (for other offices and telecommute locations)
Conference Code: 47919# (same for both numbers)

Meeting Recording

Meeting recordings are available to CDI Members approximately 24 hours after the completion of the meeting. Please login to view the recording. If you would like to become a member of CDI, please email cdi@usgs.gov.


During the call, you can ask and upvote questions at sli.do, event #M595


Agenda (in Eastern time)

11:00a Connecting with GSTalk (PDF)

11:10a Welcome - Kevin Gallagher - Associate Director for Core Science Systems  (PDF)

11:15a Working Group Announcements (PDF)

11:25a  Reproducible Notebook Series - Publishing Jupyter Notebooks - Chris Sherwood, USGS (PDF)

11:35a  How the Freedom of Information Act impacts Data - Brian May, USGS (PPTX) (PDF)

12:00p The CDI Request for Proposals Process: Past, Present, and Future - Leslie Hsu, USGS (PDF)


Abstracts

How the Freedom of Information Act impacts Data - Brian May, USGS

This presentation will cover the impact of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) on the data that USGS scientists possess, use and analyze, prior to publication and post-publication.  The presentation will focus on scenarios and routine questions posed to the FOIA Program; however, the presentation is not intended to supplement formal FOIA training or a more detailed presentation on the FOIA.  

Brian May: Career paralegal with over 20 years of experience. Earned B.S. in Paralegal Studies from the University Maryland University College.  Worked for the U.S. Army's Claim Service, as a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Officer and paralegal for the U.S. Army, and as a Government Information Specialist at the Social Security Administration. Joined USGS in July 2014 in current position as the USGS FOIA Officer.  Manages the bureau's FOIA Program and four staff members.  Currently work out of the MD-DE-DC Water Science Center in Baltimore, MD.  


The CDI Request for Proposals Process: Past, Present, and Future - Leslie Hsu, USGS

The Community for Data Integration has been funding projects annually since 2010. The CDI supports new and ongoing projects that promote data integration for the benefit of USGS science. The current proposal process strives to include all interested community members in proposing or commenting on ideas. This process is aligned with the CDI goals of facilitating communication across boundaries and making connections across the USGS. What has CDI funded in the past? What types of projects are we looking for this year? What project characteristics have contributed to successful CDI outcomes?

Read more about the CDI Proposals Process: https://my.usgs.gov/confluence/display/cdi/Proposals

Information Session for the FY18 Request for Proposals: January 16, 2018, 1-2pm Eastern (more information on the 2018 Proposals page)

Leslie Hsu is the coordinator for the USGS Community for Data Integration. 

Attendees

A Participant Report is available to CDI Members. Please login to download the report. If you would like to become a member of CDI, please email cdi@usgs.gov.