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Hilmar Maier

IT Specialist (Data Management)

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Email: Hilmar_Maier@fws.gov
Office Phone: +19074560239
ORCID: 0000-0002-8442-0701
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The Northwest Boreal Landscape Conservation Cooperative is a collaborative, multi-jurisdictional partnership that works to enhance the ability of organizations and communities to understand, manage, and adapt to our changing landscape. Our vision is a dynamic landscape that maintains functioning, resilient boreal ecosystems and associated cultural resources.
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The Alaska Region of the US Fish and Wildlife Service began a requirements analysis for a regional data management system in early 2020. A needs assessment was completed to identify mandatory requirements and better understand staff needs and desired features. The needs assessment aimed to understand: 1) current data management practices of staff; 2) quantity and format of the data staff produce; 3) where data are stored; 4) data management challenges; and 5) desired features that staff would like to have incorporated into a future system. Staff who work with scientific data in the Alaska Region were given the opportunity to complete a questionnaire and participate in individual interviews regarding their data management...
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The Alaska Region of the US Fish and Wildlife Service began a requirements analysis for a regional data management system in early 2020. A needs assessment was completed in January 2021 to identify mandatory requirements and better understand staff needs and desired features (https://doi.org/10.7944/P9T1UDMY). This report built upon that assessment by providing a system suitability analysis. System requirements and needs and wants of the staff were categorized and placed in a Quality Function Deployment (QFD) Model, along with the most common systems used by staff and several options in use by other DOI and Federal agencies. Overall, modular systems that have been purpose-built to manage the life cycle of data...
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