A new NGA memorial honors the service members who died while supporting U.S. mapping missions as part of the Inter American Geodetic Survey.
Understanding how to curate and clean geospatial data is an essential element of any analytical strategy.
Beginning January 23, USGIF will accept applications for student posters to present at the 2023 GEOINT Symposium, May 21–24, in St. Louis, Missouri. Current students at the undergraduate, graduate, and Ph.D. levels are eligible to apply for the Student Poster Contest.
We recently caught up with Enbal Shacham, Ph.D., a professor and associate dean of research in the college for public health and social justice at Saint Louis University and the Acting Associate Director of the Taylor Geospatial Institute, about her work, advice to students, and thoughts on the future of geospatial intelligence.
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Letitia A. Long spoke with USGIF CEO Ronda Schrenk about her remarkable career, accomplishments, and advice for those entering the intelligence field.
“When I think about things I’m most proud of, it really has to do with other people…I think of young women and men I’ve mentored, and now they’re running organizations, commanding task forces or brigades or battalions. They’re off doing amazing things… If I had a little bit to do to inspire them to continue in the Intelligence Community, that’s my biggest achievement.”
Despite the proliferation of GPS on smartphones and other digital devices, NGA’s partners continue to have a constant demand for digital and printed maps.
By Jay D. Krasnow, Source Foundation Communications, NGA
Delivering the art of the possible.
GDIT is growing in St. Louis and collaborating with technology partners and academia to bring innovation with transformative impact to the region.
USGIF SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
USGIF has awarded more than $1.6M in scholarships since launching the program in 2004. This year’s winners represent a diverse and multi-talented group who demonstrate a shared desire to impact change through the use of geospatial intelligence tradecraft.
Joseph Rouge, Space Force’s deputy director of intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance, provides additional answers to audience questions from the 2022 GEOINT Service Day: Air Force and Space Force event