The United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) is pleased to welcome NVIDIA to its highest membership level, Strategic Partner. NVIDIA will join more than two dozen other member companies at this level in advancing geospatial intelligence to help address challenges in a variety of fields. “We are delighted to welcome NVIDIA as a Strategic Partner,”…
Representing 20 different schools, this year’s scholarship recipients share a driving desire to use GEOINT to address critical national security issues, solve complex global issues, and serve their communities.
Early opening for GEOINT 2024 training submissions begins Friday, August 4.
USGIF is pleased to announce the addition of five esteemed community leaders to its Advisory Committee.
The newly elected board members are Jackie Barbieri, Deborah Davis, Jeff Dawley, Stephen Gillotte, the Honorable Ellen E. McCarthy, and Dr. Enbal Shacham.
We caught up with five former USGIF interns to learn more about their time with the Foundation and how it led to where they are now.
USGIF is pleased to announce both the Master of Science in GEOINT at the University of Maryland and the undergraduate GEOINT certificate at Virginia Tech have earned USGIF Collegiate Accreditation.
NGA’s procurement leaders outline strategies to meet new strategic objective
David Applegate, Ph.D., Director of the United States Geological Survey (USGS), gave closing keynote remarks on the final day of USGIF’s GEOINT 2023 Symposium in St. Louis, Missouri.