USGIF is offering the opportunity to conduct training and education sessions during the GEOINT 2023 Symposium, May 21-24, in St. Louis, Missouri. USGIF individual or organizational members and designated representatives from USGIF collegiate accredited programs may apply to present a one-hour class related to global GEOINT and national security-related topics. The purpose of these training…
What are Lightning Talks? Lightning Talks are an opportunity to share with and educate colleagues on topics relevant to the GEOINT 2023 theme: From Maps to Metaverse. They focus on one key point–this can be an idea, a successful project, a cautionary story, a collaboration invitation on an ongoing project, a quick tip, or a…
Nationally, universities’ geospatial and geography programs face limited funding. USGIF-accredited schools have made the Hexagon MOU’s benefits an integral part of their academic programming.
The paper is the result of a review of the current state of systems and missions by several USGIF working groups, in an unprecedented cross-working group collaboration.
USGIF to host events focused on GEOINT support of the armed forces to ensure they have the insights and information needed for mission success
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SAIC announces the 2020 Innovative GEOINT Application Provider Program (IGAPP) Grand Challenge winner, Tech Maven Geospatial
Penn State University master’s degree student receives the 2020 Lt. Michael Murphy Award in Geospatial Intelligence