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The Ohio Statewide Imagery Program (OSIP) is a partnership between State, Local and Federal government agencies to develop high-resolution imagery and elevation data for the State of Ohio to benefit Geographic Information System users at all levels of government. Accurate imagery and elevation data serve as the backbone for the development of additional data sets maintained and accessed by government decision makers and the public.
On Tuesday Feb. 4, 2011 the State of Ohio awarded the contract for the continuation of the Ohio Statewide Imagery Program. The OSIP imagery will be acquired beginning in the spring of 2011 and continuing through 2014.
The core imagery product that will be produced through OSIP II will be 1-foot pixel resolution 4-band (RGBN) natural color and color infrared digital aerial imagery that will be made available to local government and the public at no cost.
In addition to the core imagery product, OSIP provides state and local government agencies with the opportunity to obtain additional product enhancements at significant savings through a Cooperative Purchase Agreement (CPA) with the State. As a result of this program OSIP has negotiated fixed costs for counties to obtain enhanced products.
The acquisition of enhanced products through the CPA is not dependant on the State’s acquisition cycle.
OSIP II Documents
Request for Proposal
Cooperative Purchasing Agreement
OSIP I - This section is specific to the previously completed 2006-2008 OSIP project.
OSIP Data Downloads Page
OSIP I RFP Contract Award