Current through Register Vol. 61, No. 4, April 1, 2022
(1) The department is responsible to
establish and deliver the Oregon Map (ORMAP) project pursuant to ORS
306.135. The ORMAP project
creates an accessible statewide base map system to assist with and improve the
administration of Oregon's property tax system.
The role of the Oregon Land Information
System (OLIS) Advisory Committee is to provide advice and support to the
department in the development and implementation of ORMAP's administrative and
technical needs. The committee has the authority to submit recommendations to
the department concerning ORMAP and related project proposals. The advice and
support that the committee provides to the department includes, but is not
(a) Assisting the department in
developing the statewide goals and priorities for ORMAP.
(b) Assisting and providing advice to the
department in setting statewide mapping and Geographical Information System
(GIS) standards for ORMAP.
Providing review of the Oregon Land Information System Fund and giving
assistance in the development of fair and equitable fund distribution processes
and policies for ORMAP projects.
(d) Support by communicating ORMAP
information and goals to citizens and interested groups within the state and
The Advisory Committee is composed of not more than 15 individuals appointed by
the department's director. Members of the committee include ORMAP stakeholders
from private industry, and federal, state, or local government leaders with an
interest in the success of the project.
Committee members serve at the pleasure of the director. Each Advisory
Committee member serves a two-year term with an opportunity to continue for
multiple terms. Committee member terms are staggered to allow for sufficient
committee membership coverage; terms begin July 1 and end June 30.
(b) In the event of a vacancy, the director
appoints another member to serve the duration of the term.
(c) Upon expiration of a term, a committee
member may serve until the appointment of a successor. Members reaching the end
of their two-year term may remain on the committee, if they request and receive
approval from the director.
Advisory Committee members serve without compensation for travel or per diem.
Committee meetings must adhere to the Oregon Public Meetings Laws, ORS
(a) The Advisory Committee meets at the
request of the department to review ORMAP policies, proposals, funding, and
(b) A department
employee designated by the director, presides as the Advisory Committee chair
at all meetings.
Committee members and any other organization or person who expresses interest
in Advisory Committee meetings will receive agendas and study notes prepared by
the department's ORMAP staff before the meeting date.
(d) Advisory Committee members or other
interested parties with additional agenda items must request an agenda revision
from the ORMAP staff to add the item and receive meeting time in which to
present the item.
are made by a consensus of the committee members.
(5) After each funding cycle, the department
will post project update information to the publicly-accessible ORMAP
Admin. R. 150-306-0140
f. 12-30-05, cert. ef. 1-1-06; REV 9-2013, f. 12-26-13, cert. ef. 1-1-14;
Renumbered from 150-306.135,
43-2016, f. 8-12-16, cert. ef.
Stat. Auth.: ORS
Stats. Implemented: ORS