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.

2015 GEOINT Community Week
November 16-20
Northern, Virginia

USGIF Small Sat Workshop

Monday, Nov. 16 at NCE, Springfield VA

Join USGIF and its Small Sat Working Group for a day-long agenda discussing critical issues and opportunities in the small sat community. This event will facilitate government, industry and academia information exchange and collaboration as well as sharpen industry understanding of unmet needs thereby ensuring smarter IR&D investments.

Ground-warfighter GEOINT Conference (previously AGIC)

Tuesday, Nov. 17 – Thursday, Nov. 18

The Headquarters Department of the Army (HQDA) Deputy Chief of Staff G-2, and the Office of the Chief of Engineers (OCE), along with the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) will co-host the 2015 Ground Warfighter GEOINT Conference. This consolidated event provides important information to all levels of personnel, especially at the tactical level. Addressees’ commands are strongly encouraged to send senior noncommissioned officers and warrant officers, as well as officers and senior civilian personnel.


Wednesday, Nov. 18

USGIF exhibited at the U.S. Air Force Academy and George Mason University as part of GIS Day 2015. GIS Day is the annual salute to geospatial technology and its power to transform and better our lives.

NGA Tech Showcase East

Wednesday, Nov. 18 – Thursday, Nov. 19

USGIF’s NGA Tech Showcase East is a full-day classified event that offers attendees the opportunity to listen to briefings and see demos inside and around NGA’s facilities and workspaces. Attendees will learn what challenges NGA is working on, what business opportunities are coming, and how your company can help NGA accomplish its mission.

YPG Third Thursday

Thursday, Nov. 19

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.