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Analyst Professional Development Road Map, Version 2.0

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The resource creates a sustainable, professional career path for analysts operating within federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial organizations.  This path focuses on the development and enhancement of analytic-related knowledge, skills, and abilities over four overarching analyst levels (basic, intermediate, advanced, and supervisory) and the training recommended for achieving each level.  The Road Map was first released in July 2015.  While the purpose of the resource remains the same, revisions were made to reflect newer training opportunities, certifications, and other methods for professional development for analysts.

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Formal Document Title Analyst Professional Development Road Map, Version 2.0
Author Criminal Intelligence Coordinating Council, Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative
Date Approved By GAC 8/12/2019
Last Revision Date 8/12/2019
Version Number 2
Pages 40
File Format Portable Document Format
File Size 2.78 MB

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