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GEOINT 2010 Registration Reopens On-site at the New Orleans Ernest M. Morial Convention Center

October 29, 2010

Didn’t register in advance? Don’t worry, you can still register as an attendee, exhibitor or as a spouse/guest when you arrive on-site at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.

GEOINT 2010 On-Site Registration opens Sunday, Oct. 31, at 3 p.m. Read on for the full set of registration hours and more details.

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USGIF Announces 2010 Scholarship Program Recipients

October 15, 2010

This year, the Foundation awarded $86,000 to 19 recipients. Four Ph.D. candidates, six master’s students, six undergraduates and three graduating high school seniors received scholarships from this year’s program. High school recipients received $2,000 scholarships, and all others received $5,000 scholarships.

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Learn About USGIF's Young Professionals Orientation & Service Project

October 6, 2010

UPDATE (Nov 1) – Watch the GEOINTv recap of the YPG Service Project

All Young Professionals and volunteers are invited to participate the Young Professionals Orientation and Service Project, taking place on Nov. 1, beginning at 10 a.m. A tour of the exhibit hall, general sessions and other important areas is provided by USGIF President Keith Masback. He’ll share his insight on what to expect and how to take advantage of all the great career and networking opportunities.

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GEOINT 2010 Symposium is Only a Month Away

October 1, 2010

Are you registered for the largest U.S. intelligence event of the year? Have you booked your room in one of the GEOINT 2010 headquarters hotels? When are you flying in and out, as you don’t want to miss the Opening Reception at Generations Hall with Chef Paul Prudhomme or the Closing Celebration at the Louisiana Superdome with Archie Manning?

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Almost 200 Turn Out for USGIF Workshop on CIA's A-12 OXCART Spy Plane Program

September 28, 2010

USGIF, in cooperation with the Advanced Technical Intelligence Association (ATIA) and the Association of Old Crows (AOC), hosted on Monday, Sept. 27 a 2-hour presentation on the CIA’s OXCART program.

As part of a series of public and private discussions from the members of Road Runners Internationale and the Blackbird Association, the CIA chief historian moderated a series of presentations from the pilots, engineers and program managers who worked on and flew in the OXCART program.

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Geospatial Revolution Project Launches First Episode

September 15, 2010

USGIF, a proud sponsor of the Geospatial Revolution Project, is pleased to announce the launch of Episode 1 of its four part miniseries and is now available to view here.

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Ensuring Warfighters Have the Intelligence Support They Require: Q&A with Lt. Gen. Koziol

September 6, 2010

During the September issue of Geospatial Intelligence Forum, USGIF’s official publication, Editor Harrison Donnelly interviewed Lt. Gen. John C. Koziol, Deputy Under Secretary of Defense, Joint and Coalition Warfighter Support and Director, DoD ISR Task Force on his role in ensuring warfighters have the intelligence support they require.

Read the full interview here

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USGIF, ATIA & AOC bring you the CIA's A-12 OXCART Program

September 1, 2010

As part of the USGIF Workshop Series, in cooperation with the Advanced Technical Intelligence Association and the Association of Old Crows and, USGIF invites you to come hear about the CIA’s storied A-12 OXCART program from the men and women who were there.

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Register for the Allder Golf Classic

August 24, 2010

Spaces are still available for the Allder Golf Classic. Register now to guarantee your spot for this unique networking event and tee up your week right!

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George Mason University Graduates First Students from USGIF Certificate Program

July 22, 2010

George Mason University’s Department of Geography and Geoinformation Science graduated its first cohort of students from its Graduate Certificate in Geospatial Intelligence program.

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