Integrated Information Management System, Development of Web Interface
We regard the development of IIMS prior to this proposal as highly successful, yet several limitations were identified that endangered the purpose of IIMS as information repository for intergovernmental restoration partnerships, particularly:
- Maintaining links between desktop software and centralized databases is IT-intensive
- Deployment to additional area offices requires customized SMS packaging
Implementing full IIMS capabilities through the web will solve the limitations identified AND will improve data stewardship (data management and documentation), by:
* Simplifying interface-database connections by restructuring to a single dedicated link
* Eliminating need for desktop installs
* Equilibrating data access for river restoration partnerships
* Leveraging web access for more robust data stewardship.
The completed project, now called the Online Data Portal (ODP) has been implemented as a 'cloud server', with a replicable server image that can be implemented by other programs on demaind. The ODP continues to grow beyond the original S&T proposal with added funding from the Trinity River Restoration Program. TRRP's ODP implementation is publicly accessible at http://odp.trrp.net
Contact the Principal Investigator for information about partners.
Bureau of Reclamation Review
The following documents were reviewed by experts in fields relating to this project's study and findings. The results were determined to be achieved using valid means.
Trinity River Restoration Program¿¿¿s Online Data Portal (ODP) (final, PDF,
By Eric Peterson
Publication completed on September 30, 2011
The following documents were not reviewed. Statements made in these documents are those of the authors. The findings have not been verified.
Integrated Information Management System, Development of Web Interface, a.k.a. Online Data Portal (ODP) (final, PDF,
By Eric Peterson
Report completed on May 09, 2014