Ground Warfighter Geospatial Intelligence Conference - Tuesday, June 5 - Thursday, June 7
Thank you for attending Ground Warfighter Geospatial Intelligence Conference (formerly AGIC)
Please click the above link and scroll down to “NEW – 2012 Ground Warfighter Geospatial Intelligence Conference (GGC) Agenda and Presentations.”
Unfortunately, do to the nature of the classified event, all presentations are distributed through SIPRNET.
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The United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF), the HQDA Deputy Chief of Staff (DCS), G-2, and Office of the Chief of Engineers (OCE) are proud to co-sponsor this year’s Ground Warfighter Geospatial Intelligence Conference (GGC).
The theme for this year’s conference was “GEOINT Support to the Ground Warfighter.”
Formerly known as the Army Geospatial and Imagery Conference (AGIC), the newly renamed Ground Warfighter Geospatial Intelligence Conference (GGC) better reflects the focus of widespread use of geospatial intelligence by Soldiers, Marines, and International Ground Forces. The 2012 GGC is held at the SECRET/REL FVEY classification level.
The Ground Warfighter Geospatial Intelligence Conference is a part of USGIF’s GEOINT Community Week. Events throughout the week bring the community together for business and networking. Registration for GEOINT Community Week events is available here.
REGISTRATION – Online registration is closed. On-site registration may be limited, and all on-site registrants must be found in JPAS or have a permanent visit certification on file with the TASC HCC Security Office. You will need to pass clearances in order to gain access to HCC; directions are below. Government and Military Personnel, exclusive of contractors, must pay on site via cash or check. Please note, the Thursday USGIF Technology Day exhibits and GEOINT Community Week Reception is included in your registration.
FEES – All attendees, including presenters, are required to register and pay the registration fee. The fees are $25 for Military/Government payable onsite,
and $125 for USGIF Members and Industry, which includes contractors. Contractors directed by their Military or Government Customer to attend should pay the Gov/Mil rate provided their contracting officer approves.
CLASSIFICATION – This event is held at the SECRET Collateral Releasable to FVEY (US, UK, CA, AU, and NZ) level. You will need to pass clearances in order to gain access to HCC.
HOW TO PASS CLEARANCE (U.S. Citizens) – When you register USGIF will pass your information to the HCC Security Office. All visitors to the HCC must pass a visit certification to the HCC Security Office at least three (5) business days prior to the event (NLT 28 MAY) or must have a current permanent visit
certification on file with the HCC Security Office. HCC recognizes Blue Badge reciprocity with the Intelligence Community (IC) for U.S. Government Civilian
personnel and IC assigned U.S. Military personnel. All other on-site registrants will be accepted, provided they are in JPAS or have a permanent visit
certification on file with the HCC Security Office.
HOW TO PASS CLEARANCE (Non-U.S. Citizens)– All Non-U.S. Citizen must have a TOP SECRET clearance to obtain access to the Heritage Conference Center, regardless of the content being at a lower security classification. This is a no-exception policy. All clearances must be sent from the Government Embassy or U.S. Government Agency that holds your TOP SECRET certification. If you are non-U.S. citizen, please complete and submit the C-075B Form to the Heritage Conference Center Security via unclassified fax 703-961-3564. For questions about government sponsorship, please contact Patrick L. Waring, NGA, at Patrick.L.Waring AT nga.mil