GEOINT Community Week
USGIF’s GEOINT Community Week brings together the defense, intelligence, homeland security, and geospatial communities at-large for a week of briefings, educational sessions, workshops, technology exhibits and networking opportunities.
Check out the 2014 GEOINT Community Week agenda below, which took place Nov. 17-21, 2014.
USGIF’S GEOINT Community Job Fair
The GEOINT Community continues to grow and qualified employees are in high demand. As the industry continues to expand, career fairs provide the perfect opportunity to connect face-to-face with applicants actively seeking employment.
MULTI-INT Tradecraft Community Innovation Exchange
The Multi-INT Tradecraft (MINT-T) Community of Practice invited analysts, collection officers, and technical subject matter experts to participate in a classified Multi-INT Tradecraft Community Innovation Exchange to address and solve the most complex intelligence issues. Days included demonstrations and tutorials on capabilities (e.g. workflow automation, cross discipline data access, activity based collaboration, etc.).
Held the second Tuesday of every other month, GEOINTeraction is a casual networking event where you can develop new relationships, exchange ideas and discover business opportunities. This edition of GEOINTeraction Tuesday featured NGA’s Mr. Douglas P. McGovern and Ms. Karyn Hayes-Ryan. The duo discussed recent activities from InnoVision and Acquisition, including the collaboration on programs such as NGA’s new GEOINT Solutions Marketplace.
Read the recap of the event via trajectorymagazine.com.
Geography 2050: Mounting an Expedition to the Future
Geography 2050 is the fall conference of the American Geographical Society focusing on the major trends that will reshape the nation and planet between now and 2050.
Read the event recap via trajectorymagazine.com
USGIF exhibited at the U.S. Air Force Academy and George Mason University as part of GIS Day 2014. GIS Day is the annual salute to geospatial technology and its power to transform and better our lives.
USGIF Homeland Security and Defense Geospatial Community Exchange
This event helped drive collaboration between governments, industry, private and academic sectors supporting homeland security and defense missions. A variety of speakers from DHS, the components, and other Federal Agencies participated in a full day’s agenda. Additionally, DHS and its component organizations were on-hand displaying their current technologies alongside industry exhibitors.
Read the event recap via trajectorymagazine.com.
YPG Third Thursday
Unlike other YPG events, this was more of an informal, drop-in gathering. But serves as another way for young GEOINT professionals to grow their network by way of good old-fashioned conversation.
Ten Years Later: Looking at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence
This panel examined whether the position of the Director of National Intelligence has accomplished the goal the 9/11 Commission report envisioned.