Digital is Official Association of State Floodplain Managers
Contributor(s): Association of State Floodplain ManagersMaterial type: TextPublisher: Madison Association of State Floodplain Managers 2009Description: iii, 40 pagesContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceSubject(s): Association of State Floodplain Managers | electronic records- law and legislation -- law and legislation -- Flood Insurance Rate Maps | electronic records- Flood Insurance Rate Maps -- Flood Insurance Rate Maps -- technology barriers | Local governmentOnline resources: Access Publication Here through ASFPM digital library
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Acknowledgments -- Table of Contents -- Executive Summary -- Introduction -- Digital is Official -- Organization of this Report -- Background -- FEMA Map Modernization -- FEMA Digital Data Formats -- Legal Issues -- State Attorney General Opinions on Auto-Adoption & Digital Data -- Digital Issues in CAP-SSSE Assessment -- Due Process and Public Notice -- FEMA’s Adoption Process for Flood Insurance Rate Maps -- State and Community Role in Adoption Processes -- Legal Status of Digital Data -- Electronic Records -- Access and Security of the Electronic Record -- DFIRM Linkages – FIS, Engineering Models, Data tables, etc -- Conclusion: Legal Status of Digital Data -- Improving State and Community Use of Digital Data -- State and Community Regulations -- Community Case Studies - Adopted Digital Data -- References to Digital Data and the “Official Map” -- Zoning Maps as Official -- Practical Issues -- Improving State and Community Use of Digital Data -- Delegated Authority and Stewardship -- Community Rating System (CRS) -- Capacity Requirements for Using Digital Data -- Published and Distributed Products -- Capacity Resources -- Documentation and Guidelines -- Minimum Capacity -- Technological Issues -- Data Linkage Issues -- FEMA’s Enhanced DFIRM Database -- Multiple Databases, Data Versions and Revisions -- Map and Data Distribution -- Conclusions and Recommendations -- Legal Issues -- Practical Issues -- Technological Issues -- Recommendations -- Appendix A. CAP-SSSE Auto-Adopt Assessment -- Attachment 1: FEMA Digital Policy – Use of Digital Flood Hazard Data -- Attachment 2: State of Wisconsin Memo – Legal Analysis of Digital Floodplain Maps -- Attachment 3: Durham, NC, Unified Model Ordinance – Official Zoning Map -- Attachment 4: Santa Clara County, CA – GIS Official Zoning Map
ASFPM canvassed States and members to determine if there are State regulations that would need to be modified to enable "digital to be official" and how the digital FIRMs can best meet State and local government needs.
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