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USGIF Launches 2022 Scholarship Campaign

Foundation seeks donations toward collegiate geospatial intelligence education

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Job Post: Associate Professor—Intelligence Analysis, James Madison University

USGIF-accredited JMU seeking candidates well prepared to teach introductory and intermediate courses in geospatial analysis, in a security or intelligence context.

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Greater St. Louis, Inc. Becomes USGIF Strategic Partner

USGIF welcomes Greater St. Louis, Inc. to its growing list of organizational members

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What is GEOINT?

Geospatial intelligence, or GEOINT, is the exploitation and analysis of imagery and geospatial information to describe, assess, and visually depict physical features and geographically referenced activities on the Earth. GEOINT consists of imagery, imagery intelligence, and geospatial information.

– The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

USGIF is excited to launch the new online version of our flagship publication trajectory.

GIS mapping is essential to equitable and expedient distribution of COVID-19 vaccine.

Black Cape’s Abe Usher and percipient.ai’s Balan Ayyar provide an overview on current trends in AI/ML.

Become a USGIF Member

Whether you’re looking for your entire organization to join USGIF or you’re interested in an individual membership, you’ll make a difference in the GEOINT tradecraft when you become a USGIF Member.

Earn Your GEOINT Certificate

A USGIF GEOINT Credential proves to hiring organizations that the holder has the needed foundational knowledge and technical skills as well as critical thinking, reporting and synthesis abilities to successfully contribute to the GEOINT Community.

Donate to USGIF

As an educational nonprofit, USGIF strives to expand its educational opportunities beyond the GEOINT Community. With the help of your contributions to the EdGEOcation Giving Fund, USGIF is able to make this happen.