USGIF’s new working group dedicated to Building Respect, Inclusion, and Diversity for the GEOINT Enterprise (BRIDGE) hosts former DIA Director LtGen Vincent Stewart, USMC (Ret.), as its first guest speaker.
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.
An early introduction to GIS combined with computer science provides a strong foundation for a successful future in GEOINT.
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.
Designed to expand opportunities for students enrolled at HBCUs by providing on-site job interviews, networking, and information gathering, USGIF participated in the HBCU Week 4th annual Career and Recruitment Fair to spread the word about careers in GEOINT.
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
Danny Oliva talks about receiving a USGIF scholarship and his desire to give back to the next generation of GEOINT students.
Michael Struttmann, CEO and President of SIMS Software, shares his company’s capabilities and why they joined USGIF.
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.