The Defining Decade of GEOINT

The term GEOINT was officially coined in 2004. Ten years later, it is a trusted tradecraft

Modern Slavery

Cognitive computing and geospatial technology help law enforcement track, locate, and rescue human trafficking victims

Locating the Blockchain

The technology that gave the world cryptocurrency is poised to deliver a new capability powered by GEOINT: cryptolocation

The Future of the GEOINT Tradecraft

Meet the 2016 USGIF Scholarship Winners

An Interview with Jeff ‘Skunk’ Baxter

A look inside Baxter’s journey from music to defense intelligence

Enabling Rapid Response

Geospatial intelligence proves a powerful tool for paramedics

Full Court Press

Though DNI Dan Coats and PDDNI Sue Gordon come from different backgrounds (and rival college basketball states), they have teamed up to lead the IC with a shared strategy for the future

Friday’s Food for Thought: GEOINT and Finance

Imagery analysis and machine learning meet Wall Street

Competency Based Education & GEOINT

USGIF Vice President of Professional Development Dr. Darryl Murdock discusses how credentials, including certificates and certifications, demonstrate competence in geospatial intelligence

Kristin Connifey: the Value of Adaptation

Kristin Connifey has already had the privilege of working with five different intelligence agencies in a wide variety of jobs. She earned degrees from Texas State University and Texas Tech University and is currently a project integrator with S2 Analytical Solutions.