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Changes to GISCI's GISP Certification are on the way! The GISCI Board is pleased to announce the long-anticipated changes to the GISP certification process that were decided during the first meeting of 2015. These changes affect both current and future GISP certification...

source: GISCI

Lockheed Martin and Esri have deployed commercial software to the Amazon Web Services Commercial Cloud Services environment for the first time with an intelligence community customer, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency — the move enables government agencies...

source: SatNews

Several Missouri Senators are fighting to keep the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency in St. Louis. Ten senators have filed a measure that would provide tax increment financing, or TIF, for certain areas of St. Louis...

source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch

At a news briefing on Monday, former Wyoming Governor James Geringer highlighted the Coalition of Geospatial Organizations' Report Card on the U.S. National Spatial Data Infrastructure released on Feb. 6. The Report...

source: Directions Magazine

The Polar Vortex was an important event for the United States — not just because of the historical significance, but also because it tested the infrastructure of the country. The weather event that swept through the Midwest in 2014 tested many utilities, including...

source: Smart Grid News

After some years of concept studies and simulations, the Galileo Commercial Service is taking off. The journey has started toward what can be the most accurate and secure worldwide satellite-based navigation services for civil use. Employing only GNSS signals, authenticated...

source: Inside GNSS


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