Informaticists are the bridge to greater possibilities.

Harness your skills to mobilize information, technology and people in service to others.

The Informaticist

Informaticists are employed across many industries, and typically have a broad range of duties that may range from management to highly technical, career specific work. The breadth of knowledge, skills and abilities of an Informaticist comes from focus in progressively complex areas of informatics.

This site will be dedicated to educating the public about informaticists, encouraging public service, and helping to define a framework of principles and practices for informaticists.


The Principles

The Principles of Informaticists in Public Service, are essential to building a strong foundation and reaching a higher level of practice in the field. Throughout your career, the Principles facilitate full awareness of your capabilities and role in the success of an organization, program or project.

From collection of information at the foundation, to the pinnacle of advocacy for your service constituents, each level requires close attention and represents progressively complex challenges.

Know that you could spend an entire career focused on a single principle as an Informaticist! Thoroughly addressing all principles will often require a team of informaticists.

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