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Sue Kalweit Interview

Christy Monaco, USGIF VP of Programs, recently spoke with Sue Kalweit, former senior associate for culture and leadership excellence at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, to discuss reimagining unclassified work and more.

USGIF Releases New White Paper on Reimagining Unclassified Work

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.

What To Do in Aurora, Colorado

Coming to GEOINT 2022? If you get a minute to explore the town, here are a few local attractions.

2022 Innovative Tradecraft Competition Finalists

And the winner is…

USGIF Member Spotlight: Textron Systems

Daryl Madden, vice president of geospatial solutions at Textron Systems discusses the company’s role in GEOINT and what the future holds.

Q&A With Nathan Kuntz, CEO, Rendered.ai

Trajectory spoke with Rendered.ai’s CEO about the company’s recent partnership with Orbital Insight to contribute synthetic data for a project that is building automated detection technology for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

Quinn Heiser, 2021 USGIF Scholarship Winner

A third-year undergraduate student at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Quinn Heiser spoke with us about winning the USGIF scholarship.

Swift Support

Volunteers of the Civil Air Patrol gather and analyze geospatial data to assist FEMA.

What GEOINT Can Tell Us About Climate and Food Security

The overlapping threats presented by climate change, including instability both internationally and domestically, are a new focal point for federal, nonprofit, and private entities. While technology rapidly advances, bringing about innovative possibilities, the reality remains that these issues require thoughtful, collective action, considering both short-term solutions and long-term sustainability.

Aaron Pacheco, 2021 USGIF Scholarship Winner

After fleeing a wildfire, Aaron Pacheco earned a USGIF Scholarship and is rebuilding his career.