USGIF 2023 Sponsorship Guide

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GEOINTeraction Tuesdays

These two-hour, in-person events include remarks from a GEOINT Community leader on a topic of relevance and professional networking (hors d'oeuvres and beverages provided).

Mission Focus Events

USGIF has a limited number of opportunities for exclusive sponsorship events. These "Mission Focus" sessions are partial-day events, taking place either in the morning or in the afternoon. Events may be in person or virtual as circumstances allow and sponsors desire. Sponsors and USGIF will collaborate on the topic for the "Mission Focus" and work collaboratively to develop the agenda and speakers.

Women as Leaders Series

Jul. 19

Trajectory Event Center, Herndon VA

USGIF is pleased to present this three-part workshop on Women as Leaders for the Intelligence Community. During these morning events, attendees will examine the challenges and barriers that women leaders face in the workplace. Together, women and men can begin to chip away at solving these complex issues and make strides toward lasting change.

July 19th | September 27th | November 8th

GEOINT Community Forum

The GEOINT Advantage: Increasing, Maintaining, Protecting

Nov. 28-29*

NGA Allder Auditorium, Springfield VA

With both unclassified and classified conversations, USGIF brings together the community to focus on IC and DoD challenges and our most pressing mission needs.

*The Tuesday program will be unclassified, while the Wednesday program will be classified TS/Rel FVEY. 

GEOGala and Lundahl-Finnie Lifetime Achievement Award Presentation

Nov. 30

The Ritz Carlton, Tysons Corner, VA

USGIF's annual black-tie event, the GEOGala is a night of celebration and networking for the GEOINT Community where we gather to recognize the Lundahl-Finnie Lifetime Achievement Award Winner.

GEOINT Service Day

2024 DATE: TBD

This day-long event is dedicated to increasing dialogue between the military services and the GEOINT Community. The day of keynotes and panel discussions is sure to inform participants from around the force about how GEOINT matters to them. The programs also afford the opportunity for participants from the Services to share insights with GEOINT partners working alongside warfighters to enable their mission success.

Our award-winning digital publication,, covers a broad range of geospatial intelligence topics, news, and information for the GEOINT community. Leveraging the Foundation’s access to national security leaders from government, industry, and academia, trajectory provides a unique blend of multimedia content on technical, strategic, educational, and human-interest matters.