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First, But Not Last

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.

Connecting with the Next Generation of STEM Leaders

Corey Carter, a GDIT program manager based in Springfield, Va., has spent the last several months visiting classrooms—virtually and in-person—in St. Louis to talk about his work and about his atypical and inspiring career path in STEM.

The Digital Future of USAF and USSF

Panelists at USGIF’s GEOINT Service Day: Air Force and Space Force discussed the future of data, resiliency, and digitization in the airborne services.

The Space Domain is Congested, Contested, and Competitive

Joseph Rouge, Deputy Director of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance, Headquarters, U.S. Space Force, discussed the Space Force’s vital purpose, unique structure, and future promise as it engages with burgeoning ISR activities.

USAF: From Air to Space

Kenneth Bray reflects on ongoing and future changes for USAF ISR, and how commercial capabilities will help them achieve their new goals.

Hybrid companies trailblaze responsive, affordable, assured small satellites for National Security Space

Customers need responsive satellites across missions and orbits. With the threats we’re facing today, this is especially true for National Security Space and its augmented tactically responsive space needs. National space customers and operational- and tactical-level commanders need rapidly delivered small satellites that are agile, affordable and assured. A long-held misconception is you can only…

Geospatial Data Cleaning: Five Challenges & Five Solutions

Understanding how to curate and clean geospatial data is an essential element of any analytical strategy.