The conference committee has put forward these overall program tracks:
Young Professionals: Inspiring the Future of GIS
This track is designed to support young professionals, including students, in their care
er development. The sessions will provide opportunities to learn about and develop the skills and relationships that will advance their understanding of professional pathways and keys to success in the geospatial workplace.
Unlocking Your Potential: GIS Leadership & Management
From single user to enterprise systems, learn the difference between Leadership and Management and why both are critical to your organization's GIS success. In this track, learn more about topics such as the GIS Capability Maturity Model, GIS strategic planning, and more.
GISP Exam Fundamentals: What you should know as a Professional
This track will explore the knowledge areas related to the GISP exam. It will review topics related to the exam, help attendees assess their readiness, and provide a forum for discussion. We are seeking presentations that address the specific exam knowledge areas within these categories. For a complete list of these topics, please review the GISCI
Geospatial Core Technical Knowledge Exam Candidate Manual
GIS Technology for Efficiency and Effectiveness
New technology provides all types of new capabilities to do all kinds of things - some are 'must haves' with real return on investment; some address new business challenges; and some are simply cool. The presentations in this program track will demonstrate new GIS capabilities that meet defined needs and demonstrate value.
here for details and suggested topics
within each program track. Remember, submissions are due March 10!