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Weekly GEOINT Community News

Protecting and Securing SATCOMs, Maxar & New Zealand Sign MOU to Collaborate on Space Programs, Perspecta awarded $38M for Defense Manpower Data Center’s Contractor Management System, and More

Weekly GEOINT Community News

Hawkeye 360 Supporting RF GEOINT Pilot Program for NGA, Spaceflight Inc. Unveils Next-Gen Orbital Transfer Vehicle to Fly Aboard Next SpaceX Rideshare Mission, St. Louis Geospatial Technology Accelerator Seeks Applications for Inaugural Cohort, and More

Weekly GEOINT Community News

Missouri Technology Corporation and NGA Announce a Geospatial-Focused Corporate Accelerator in St. Louis, NGA Reimagines Sign-Language Interpreting to Keep its Workforce Safe During A Global Pandemic, Airbus to Deliver Radar Instrument for New Copernicus ROSE-L Mission, and More

T-REX: Pushing STEM and GEOINT into the Future

Q&A with Patty Hagan, president and executive director at T-REX

A Call to Action

NGA Director Vice Admiral Robert Sharp, Dr. Fred Pestello, and Dr. Roger Mason discuss education, the state of GEOINT in St. Louis, and a call to action for NGA

Technology Migration to the Show-Me State

At the Geospatial Gateway Forum, USGIF convened a group of industry experts who are putting their faith in the Gateway to the West

Geospatial Research and Tech

Academic and government groups showcased the latest in geospatial technology and research innovation

N2W Project Update

NGA staffers provide forum attendees with a site and technology update for the agency’s new facility

Meeting Mission-Critical Needs Amid a Pandemic

NGA Director Vice Admiral Robert Sharp shared with forum attendees how the agency has moved forward during the pandemic

Weekly GEOINT Community News

NGA Announces Moonshot Labs Software Factory and Accelerator in St. Louis, IBM Unveils New Capabilities for Preserving Aging Infrastructure Using AI, 3D Modeling, and Data Capture, CACI Awarded $86.5M Task Order to Provide Data and Analytical Support Services to the Department of Homeland Security, and More