Map Production and Geoinformation Management

Improving Production

6102.3 - Developing a Personnel Capacity Indicator for a high turnover Cartographic Production Sector

Thursday, July 6
9:10 AM - 9:30 AM
Location: Delaware B

This paper describes a framework for development of an indicator for human resources capacity management in a military organization responsible for nautical chart production. Graphic chart for the results of the model COPPE-COSENZA (Cosenza et al. 2015) is used to properly present the personnel capaci-ty within a high people turnover environment. The specific skills for the nautical charts production allied to the turnover rate require continuous and adequate per-sonnel incorporation and a capacity building through education and on-the-job training. The adopted approach for the study establishes quantitative values to fulfill quality requirements, and also presents graphically a profile for the human resources on a specific job to facilitate diagnosis and corrective actions.

Flávia Mandarino

Commander / Cartographic Engineer
Directorate of Hydrography and Navigation / Navy Hydrography Center / Brazilian Navy

Head of Cartographic Division in Brazilian Navy Hydrographic Centre
Cartographic Engineer (Universidade Estadual do Rio de Janeiro - UERJ 1990) with a Master Science Degree in Computer Science (Instituto Militar de Engenharia - IME 993). Doctorate student at Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF). Navy officer since 1994 with experience in Geoscience, focused on Cartography, maritime and inland electronic navigational charts. Brazilian representative on some International Hydrographic Organization technical forums and vice-chair on Inland ENC Harmonization Group. Knowledge on spatial data infrastructure. Lead auditor on ISO 9001 at Brazilian Navy.

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Douglas L. Vandegraft

Chief, Mapping and Boundary Branch
Bureau of Ocean Energy Management

Douglas Vandegraft is the Chief of the Mapping and Boundary Branch for the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM ). Doug began his career as a Cartographer for the Federal Government in Alaska. In 2000 he became the Chief Cartographer for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Under his leadership, the FWS constructed a cadastral geodatabase containing all boundaries and parcels within the National Wildlife Refuge System. Doug transferred to BOEM in 2010 with the specific goal of modernizing the mapping program. In 2006 he served as President of CaGIS, and is currently on the ICA U.S. National Committee.

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