The consideration of a code of ethics in GIS has mostly been overlooked as a critical component in geospatial education and certification.
Sangeeta Deogawanka discusses what it takes to develop a career in Geointelligence whether it be in security, intelligence, policy analysis, first response, technology, software development or consulting.
The GIS Certification Institute (GISCI) is seeking candidates for the inaugural GISP certification exam. About five years ago, GISCI began exploring changing the requirements for obtaining a GISP from its portfolio-only based requirements. After launching a formal review in 2011, GISCI finally announced earlier this year that it would be […]
The U.S. government is helping to guarantee the future of GIS by investing billions of dollars in geospatial education. The hope is that this funding will go towards developing a workforce that is able to use geographic information in order to solve local, national, and global problems. Of source, the […]
The GIS Certification Institute (GISCI) which had launched a review of its certification process back in 2011, announced new terms and fees for its certification and recertification processes starting July 1, 2015. In terms of the process for obtaining a GISP certification, the biggest change is the exam component. Starting on […]
Salary site payscale.com released the results of its 2014 college survey that looks at which college majors pay the best and are the most meaningful. The survey was developed from 1.4 million respondents to its PayScale Salary Survey which collects data about jobs, compensation, employer, demographics and educational background. So what did those who majored […]