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Crossing the Valley of Death: Moving fr...
It’s a perennial problem: the transition of innovative, small-scale projects into full-scale, funded programs is often referred to as “crossing the Valley of Death.” Myriad challenges such as tight budgets, narrow risk margins, complexities of integrating into legacy architectures and contracts, and user hesitation exist. This panel of experts will share their experiences with projects that have successfully crossed into oper...
May 5, 2021
Organizer: USGIF
Location: Webcast
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Accelerate Content Design with Creative...
s a content creator, you’re always looking for new ways to respond to media, and manage communications. It’s no longer just about the engaging designs, marketing, public affairs, and strategic communications—it’s also about focusing on the collective user experience. Adobe technology helps streamline your content processes—from creation to delivery—for experiences that engage. Content Creators are NOT just t...
May 12, 2021
Organizer: USGIF
Location: Virtual
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Revolutionizing GEOINT Tradecraft Throu...
Analytic Modeling is an approach for capturing mission knowledge relating evidence and indicators to the answers to Key Intelligence Questions. With the NGA Director’s Moonshot outlining the need to raise the operational pace of the workforce—and our nation’s pivot back to focusing on the super-powers—comes the potential to revisit the purpose of Analytic Modeling. This session will cover the evolution of Analytic Model...
May 19, 2021
Organizer: USGIF
Location: Virtual
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Delivering a Powerful Exploitation and...
We will discuss how to securely and resiliently deliver the compute/storage and exploitation at the edge.
May 26, 2021
Organizer: USGIF
Location: Virtual
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GEOINT Service Day Navy and Marine Corps
USGIF continues its 2021 series of programs focused on the GEOINT equities of the U.S. military forces with a day of virtual programming dedicated to the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps. This day of keynotes and panel discussions is sure to inform participants from around the force about how GEOINT matters to them. It also affords the opportunity for participants from USN and USMC programs to share insights with GEOINT partners who are working...
June 9, 2021
Organizer: USGIF
Location: Virtual
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GEOINT Service Day | Army

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Join us for the final event in this series focused on the GEOINT equities of the U.S. military forces with a day of virtual programming dedicated to the Army.  This day of keynotes and panel discussions is sure to inform participants about how GEOINT matters to them.

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August 11, 2021
Organizer: USGIF
Location: Webcast
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The GEOINT Symposium

The GEOINT Symposium is the largest annual gathering of geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) professionals in the nation. As has been proven time and again—and particularly since the start of the pandemic—GEOINT is ubiquitous and provides context to our world. The symposium is a unique and unparalleled opportunity to speak to your extended constituency spanning government, industry, and academia. In addition to keynotes from senior leaders, the event offers more than 50 hours of professional training and education, myriad meetings for focused communities of interest, a highly regarded Young Professionals Program, an extensive exhibit hall, dynamic networking opportunities, and much more.

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October 5-8, 2021
Organizer: USGIF
Location: St. Louis, MO
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2021 GEOGala

USGIF is pleased to announce that GEOINT community icon Stu Shea will be awarded the 2021 Arthur C. Lundahl-Thomas C. Finnie Lifetime Achievement Award at the USGIF annual black-tie gathering of the GEOINT community. Stu has nearly four decades serving both government and industry in the intelligence, defense, aerospace, and government services markets. His energy, customer focus, and dedication of his life’s work to the tradecraft of mapping, charting, and geodesy (MC&G), imagery analysis, and intelligence make him the deserving candidate for this prestigious award. Stu currently serves as the CEO of Peraton, where he leads the company’s strategic direction and drives the company’s performance and culture through his vision and guidance. Stu is also a founder of USGIF and the highly acclaimed GEOINT Symposium. He serves on several industry, government, and academic advisory boards.

 

“This award recognizes Stu’s singular contribution and undying commitment to the geospatial intelligence community,” said Robert Cardillo, chair of the USGIF Board of Directors. “Since the start of his career as a software engineer designing computer mapping capabilities in 1982 until today, Stu has been an exemplary leader in our community, advancing the GEOINT tradecraft, and accelerating innovative new capabilities and approaches. Put simply, he is not only a founder of USGIF—he’s also the model of the Foundation’s mission.”

 

This prestigious award was named for Arthur C. Lundahl and Thomas C. Finnie, honoring their accomplishments—in imagery analysis and mapping, respectively—and their legacies within the GEOINT Community.

 

USGIF is excited to host this year’s event Friday, Dec. 3, in Reston, Va., with a modified format from previous years to enable increased professional networking opportunities as we reunite in person. Join us as we bring together leaders from across the Defense, Intelligence, and Homeland Security sectors for a night of celebration and fun.

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December 3, 2021
Organizer: USGIF
Location: Reston, VA
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