The GMI serves to audit existing GIS programs with real-time accurate and comprehensive comparative data for public sector organizations to compare themselves against their peer groups and track their progress over time based on specific core competencies.

2018 GMI Survey Results

Canada’s Top 25

The GMI Survey

The survey consists of four sections: Organization Information, Readiness, Implementation, and Impact. Respondents can complete the survey within SurveyMonkey at their own pace, with the application saving the latest entries into the survey as long as the survey is completed from the same IP address.

We encourage respondents to work collaboratively across relevant departments to complete the survey, facilitating the development of a corporate-wide view of your GIS program. All survey participants will receive their individual GMI score comparing themselves to the national average. Respondents’ survey answers will not be shared with any third parties.

Respondents will also have the opportunity to purchase a tailored State of Maturity Report for their geospatial program. Each State of Maturity Report will outline in detail the results of that organization’s survey compared to all respondents, with special attention paid to comparing organizations by size and type (ie municipalities or conservation authorities). Please contact us if you are interested in learning more about how a State of Maturity Report can help your organization with enhanced performance measurement related to your geospatial program.

Please contact us at info@psdrcs.com if you have any questions about completing the GMI and OCI surveys for your organization.

2019 GMI & OCI survey deadline

September 13th 2019

2019 GMI & OCI Results

November 2019

The Geospatial Maturity Index was developed by PSD in partnership with York Region and Slimgim including the following advisors.

Testimonial

“We’re using the GMI, as well as some competency tools to track our maturity.
This will be integral in our roadmap to achieve our vision for Brampton. I think the GIS community was waiting for this.”

Matthew Pietryszyn, Team Lead, GIS & Open Data at City of Brampton