IRIS HQ, Washington DC
March 13-14, 2008
Action Item 1:
Ask the CoCom again if there is any cross-program interest in
establishing a Help Desk service for IRIS. Develop a recommendation.
Responsible: Wiens and Ahern
Action Item 2:
Creation of a 'rotation service' for non-standard sensor orientation. This
service will rotate data to North/South and East/West directions.
Responsible: No immediate action required, incorporate into a SOA framework when time allows.
Action Item 3:
Constitute a small working group/task force focused on evaluating
and assessing outward-looking DMS software. Decide on group membership
and charge. To be done by email.
Action Item 4:
Create a statement regarding the serious negative impact of any
reduction in the DMS technical staff, and supporting the need
for a modest
increase in this staff.
Responsible: Flanagan and Casey
Action Item 5:
The DMSSC remains concerned about the amount of time high-level
staff at the DMS have to spend answering basic user questions.
The DMS should explore options for (1) tracking user inquiries;
(2) providing a user forum where users can answer each other's
questions and find answers to common questions (cf. GMT user forum);
this might be in the form of a wiki page. The DMS should suggest
1-2 possibilities to address (1) and (2).
Responsible: Casey and Ahern
Action Item 6:
Bring the proposed policy statement for re-distribution of IRIS
data to the COCOM for their approval.
Action Item 7:
Write and submit a citable published article for the DMS, analogous
to the EOS articles for PASSCAL and GSN.
Responsible: Wiens, Ahern
Action Item 8:
Update the strategic plan for DMS.
Action Item 9:
Begin the development new DMS web pages within the context
of the new IRIS site. Form a user sub-committee for
advice on the content.
Action Item 10:
The DMSSC approved the proposed $3,500,000 budget as presented. The committee identified priorities for a +10% budget if funds are available with the highest priority going to the Powderhorn Replacement. Recommendations as to what to remove for a -10% budget were also made. Wiens/Ahern to present to Cocom.