USGIF announces a call for abstracts seeking topics and authors for annual GEOINT Community report
USGIF’s annual State and Future of GEOINT Report provides the GEOINT Community an opportunity to assess the current state of the profession and look ahead to the technologies and tradecraft of the future. This report would not be possible without volunteer authors from government, industry, and academia dedicating their time and thought leadership.
USGIF is once again announcing a State and Future of GEOINT Call for Abstracts.
If you wish to pitch an article for consideration in the 2020 report, please prepare a Word document including:
- Proposed article title
- An abstract of no more than 1 page
- Names, titles, and contact information of at least three authors. Each writing team should also represent a minimum of three organizations.
Submit abstracts to SFOG@usgif.org no later than Friday, July 12.
Writing teams will be notified no later than July 22 whether their article has been selected to progress to the manuscript phase. If selected, manuscript first drafts will be due Sept. 3.
We look forward to reading your abstracts. Please email SFOG@usgif.org with any questions.
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