Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence Gen. Michael V. Hayden, USAF, to Present a Keynote Address at GEOINT 2005

Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence Gen. Michael V. Hayden, USAF, to Present a Keynote Address at GEOINT 2005

September 19, 2005

OAK HILL, Va. – The United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) today announced that Gen. Michael V. Hayden, USAF, Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence (PDDNI), will give a keynote address at the GEOINT 2005 Symposium.

GEOINT 2005, the premiere geospatial intelligence event of the year, will be held October 30 to November 2, 2005, in San Antonio, TX.

“We are privileged to have Gen. Michael V. Hayden, USAF, as a keynote speaker at GEOINT 2005,” said K. Stuart Shea, chairman of the board of directors, USGIF. “As the highest-ranking military intelligence officer in the Armed Forces, Gen. Hayden brings with him a wealth of knowledge and insight into the intelligence community. Our attendees look forward to hearing how our current intelligence services are adapting to meet the needs of a constantly changing world.”

Appointed by President George W. Bush on April 21, 2005, Gen. Michael V. Hayden, USAF, is the first person to ever serve in this position. As the PDDNI, Gen. Hayden is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day activities of the national intelligence program.

Other confirmed guest speakers and panelists for GEOINT 2005 include:

• Charles E. Allen, Assistant Secretary for Information Analysis, Department of Homeland Security
LTG William G. Boykin, USA, Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence (Intelligence and Warfighting Support)
• L. Thomas Bortmes, Executive Director for the Office of Intelligence, US Customs and Border Protection
• Col. Brian Cullis, USAF, Executive Manager, Defense Installation, Spatial Data Infrastructure, Office of the Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Installation and Environment
• Dr. W. Art Decker, Director, Acquisition Directorate, NGA
• Dr. Thomas Fingar, Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Analysis
• Mary Margaret Graham, DDNI Collection, Office of the Director of National Intelligence
• Joanne O. Isham, Deputy Director, NGA
LTG (sel) John F. Kimmons, USA, Army Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence
• Michael C. Meermans, Staff Director, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
• Barbara Ryan, Associate Director for Geography, USGS
• Dr. Pete Rustan, Director of Advanced Science and Technology, NRO
• Brig. Gen. Dale C. Waters, USAF, Military Executive, NGA
• Robert A. Weber, Director, Office of International Policy, NGA
• Michele R. Weslander, Deputy, Technical Executive, NGA
• Robert S. Zitz, Technical Executive, NGA
• Dr. William L. Ballhaus, President, National Security Solutions, BAE Systems
• Dr. Anthony Cordesman, Senior Fellow, Center for Strategic & International Studies
• Jack Dangermond, President, ESRI
• Martin C. Faga, President and CEO, The MITRE Corporation
• Paul L. Graziani, President & CEO, Analytical Graphics, Inc.
• Hon. Keith Hall, Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton and Former Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Space and Director of the NRO
• Hon. Jeffrey K. Harris, Corporate Vice President and Managing Director, Situational Awareness, Lockheed Martin Corporation and Former Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Space and Director of the NRO
• Richard L. Haver, Vice President for Intelligence Strategy, Northrop Grumman Corporation and Former Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Intelligence
• Leo A. Hazlewood, General Manager, Mission Integration Business Unit, Science Applications International Corporation
• Brig. Gen. Michael G. Lee, USAF (Ret.), Executive Director and Vice President Special Services Division (SSD), American Systems Corporation
• Dr. David McQueeney, CTO, IBM Federal
• Kevin O’Connell, Vice President, Intelligence Community Programs, Defense Group, Inc.
• Herbert F. Satterlee III, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, DigitalGlobe, Inc.
• Mike Swetnam, CEO, Potomac Institute of Policy Studies
• Michael M. Thomas, VP & GM, Geospatial-Intelligence Solutions, Lockheed Martin

With its theme, “Securing Freedom, Defeating Threats, Saving Lives” GEOINT 2005 will address how geospatial technologies can further the national security agenda in a time of geopolitical change and intelligence community transformation. For more information on GEOINT 2005, visit www.geoint2005.com.

The United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation is a Virginia-based nonstock, not-for-profit corporation. The foundation is dedicated to promoting the geospatial intelligence tradecraft and developing a stronger community of interest between government, industry, academic and professional organizations and individuals who share a mission focus around the development and application of geospatial intelligence data and geo-processing resources to address national security objectives. For more information on the foundation, visit www.usgif.org.

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