Kan. Admin. Regs. § 132-6-1 - Geographic information system (GIS) standard

Current through Register Vol. 41, No. 14, April 7, 2022

(a) Each public safety answering point (PSAP), as defined in K.S.A. 2020 Supp. 12-5363 and amendments thereto, shall maintain NG911 geographic information system (GIS) data to the current standard.
(b) Each PSAP shall identify one individual or vendor as a local data maintainer, who shall perform updates to the GIS data. Each PSAP shall identify the local data maintainer to the council through the council's web portal.

Each PSAP shall also identify a second individual as local data steward, who shall be responsible for ensuring that GIS data updates are submitted through the council's web portal. Each PSAP shall identify the local data steward to the council through the council's web portal.

(c) The local data steward and the local data maintainer shall attend a training class provided by the council's GIS committee and shall create a user account on the council's web portal.
(d) Data updates shall include all new or changed roads, addresses, and emergency service boundaries for which the required information is available as well as any needed corrections to existing data. Each PSAP shall develop contacts with local government authorities in order to ensure that GIS data relating to geographical changes, name changes, construction additions, subtractions, and modifications and any other information required to ensure the accuracy of GIS data are made known for inclusion in GIS data as soon as possible.
(e) Each data maintainer shall submit data updates to the web portal in the NG911 template geodatabase format.

Each submission shall pass all validation tests to be considered successful.

(f) If there are no changes to the data in a calendar quarter, the local data steward shall submit or ensure that the local data maintainer submits a report of "no changes" through the council's web portal for that calendar quarter.
(g) Each PSAP shall submit data often enough to keep the 911 routing databases accurate and current. At a minimum, a successful data submission or report of "no changes" shall be made at least once each calendar quarter. Normal calendar quarters, ending March 31, June 30, September 30, and December 31, shall be followed.

Reports of "no changes" shall be accepted for no more than three consecutive quarters. After three consecutive quarters of reports of "no changes," successful data submission shall be required.

Notes

Kan. Admin. Regs. § 132-6-1
Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 2020 Supp. 12-5364; amended by Kansas Register Volume 40, No. 39; effective 10/15/2021.

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