Professional Surveying Organizations
Today, although the majority continue to come from the United States, the members of ACSM’s Member Organizations include more than 7,000 surveyors, cartographers, geodesists, and other spatial data information professionals working in both public and private sectors throughout the world.
NSPS provides the platform by which members can share their thoughts and opinions about our common interests through business meetings /committees, regional groups, and student chapters. It also provides a forum for input from other groups such as the National Association of County Surveyors, members of state boards of registration, and the Forum for State Surveying Society Executives.
The priority goal will be to ensure that Texas consumers are effectively and efficiently served by high quality professionals and businesses by setting clear standards, maintaining compliance and seeking market-based solutions.
The Texas Society of Professional Surveyors, with a membership of more than 2,400 registered surveyors, surveyors-in-training, students and associates, seeks to educate and inform the public of the integral role of surveyors in our society.
Web site for the state's oldest agency, which features archives and records, energy resources, events and programs, maps, research and data, and news and information.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), an agency within the U.S. Department of the Interior.
Provides list of state licensure boards, contacts, phone numbers, addresses. Also includes info for engineering/surveying students and interns about licensure exams.
Geomatics Information Center has good content and links on its Publications page.