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Proposing a Framework for NSDI Stakeholder Analysis

Tandang Yuliadi Dwi Putra, Yoshihide Sekimoto and Ryosuke Shibasaki

(Submission #31)


Abstract

One of the main reasons concerning the complexity of Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDIs) implementation is their various stakeholders involved. It is important to recognize SDI stakeholders at national level and develop an analysis of the interconnections between them. Limited research has investigated the roles of stakeholders using the International Cartographic Association (ICA) model that classified SDI stakeholders into six main types: Policy Maker, Producer, Provider, Broker, Value-Added Reseller and End User. However, ICA model focuses only on identifying their roles and responsibilities. This paper aims to provide a comprehensive framework for NSDI stakeholder analysis. Firstly, we identify the stakeholders and their roles based on legal documents and observations. Secondly, we introduce NSDI Stakeholder Diagram, which visualizes the power-interest grid with the four key indicators i.e. data provision, technological infrastructure, human capacity and financial resources. In the next step, we use Actor-Linkage Graph to determine relationships of each stakeholder by considering existing cooperation, regular meeting, and data sharing. The framework is applied in Indonesia NSDI and entangles respondents from different actors. The key players of Indonesia NSDI are mainly from government agencies that have good resources on data, budget and technological infrastructure. Private sectors have high interest but moderate influence since most of them are survey & mapping companies that get projects from government institutions. Geospatial Information Agency (BIG) is the center of the NSDI implementation; it has broad relationships with the context setters, the subjects, and the crowd. The framework proved to be useful in characterizing NSDI stakeholders and describing their interrelations. It contributed significantly as the basis for designing strategies and future stakeholder engagement.

Categories

Topic Area:  [2.1] National approaches and strategies
Abstract Type:  Oral Presentation

Additional Fields

 
Academic:   Yes
 
Data Provider:   Yes
 
Data User:   Yes
 
INSPIRE Implementer (IT):   Yes
 
INSPIRE newbies:   Yes
 
Policy Officers:   Yes
 
Public Administration (MS/Regional/Local):   Yes
 
Thematic specialists:   No
 
Comments:   Spatial Data Infrastructure, NSDI, Stakeholder Analysis


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