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April 17, 2014

Discover NGA's Future State Vision

April 16, 2014

Map of the world provides integrated view of assets, mapping, and analytic products

As one of the six principal pillars in the new immersive intelligence experience, the Map of the World is an environment where all GEOINT-related and multi-source content is integrated and exposed, according to NGA leaders who presented at the GEOINT 2013* Symposium this week in Tampa.

Map of the World is the foundation for intelligence integration, said NGA Director Letitia A. Long in her keynote address at the four-day event.  [Read more]

April 16, 2014

Director Long's remarks to Women in Defense

NGA Director Letitia Long addressed the Greater Tampa Bay chapter of Women in Defense, a national security-focused professional organization on surviving and thriving uncertain times April 16.   [Read more]

April 16, 2014

NGA employees receive USGIF awards

Two NGA employees were recognized April 16 at this year’s GEOINT Symposium by USGIF.

Robert Arbetter of IT Services Directorate received the USGIF Government Intelligence Achievement Award for his role in formalizing the concept of Activity Based Intelligence.

Melissa Martz of Analysis Directorate received the USGIF Outstanding Administrative/Support Award for her commitment to mission at the State Department NGA Support Team.  [Read more]

April 16, 2014

Watch Director Long's GEOINT 2013* Symposium Keynote

April 15, 2014

NGA's InnoVision poised to help agency deliver 'immersive' future for GEOINT

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is working to acquire capabilities that will usher in the next, “immersive” phase of intelligence, said the agency’s lead for research and development at the 2013* GEOINT Symposium April 15.

InnoVision Director Doug McGovern detailed his directorate’s role in designing and building the immersive future for geospatial intelligence, or GEOINT, that NGA Director Letitia A. Long outlined in her keynote address the same day.  [Read more]

April 15, 2014

NGA appeals to industry for collaboration

“We want to partner with you to build the most effective and useful GEOINT environment of the future,” NGA Chief Operating Officer Ellen McCarthy told GEOINT Symposium attendees during the April 15 NGA Strategy and Future Vision panel.

The session kicked off more than a dozen related presentations at the first-ever Government Pavilion Stage, a new venue offering attendees an opportunity to interact with NGA representatives who are directly responsible for implementing the programs and initiatives they discussed. Among the topics addressed, was a new GEOINT Solutions Marketplace, which will be launched later this spring to allow industry innovators to post capabilities and respond to business opportunities for collaboration with the agency.  [Read more]

April 15, 2014

NGA employee presented with Penn State award at GEOINT Symposium

TAMPA — Bryan Goltry of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s Analysis Directorate received Pennsylvania State University’s Lt. Michael P. Murphy Award April 15 here at the GEOINT Symposium.

The award, named in honor of Murphy, a Medal of Honor recipient and Penn State alumnus, recognizes achievement by a graduate student serving in the intelligence community or in the U.S. armed forces.  [Read more]

April 14, 2014

Director Long's message to NGA employees

This week, I am attending the 10th GEOINT Symposium in Tampa, Fla., hosted by the U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation. The symposium gives us a forum to learn from industry experts, share best practices, uncover latest developments, and share our current and future requirements with our customers and partners in industry, academia and government. In addition, the conference is invaluable to promoting GEOINT tradecraft and building a stronger community across the public and private sectors.

The conference was postponed from last fall due to the government shut down, and, as you well know, we continue to operate in an austere budget climate. As a result, our participation in the symposium has been scaled back from previous years. Rather than hosting an extensive booth space, this year we are exhibiting in a shared government pavilion along with NSA, NRO and CIA. In addition to enabling cost-sharing, this setup presents an increased opportunity for engagement -- in addition to co-located booths, there will be panel discussions in the pavilion throughout the symposium.  [Read more]

April 14, 2014

Mobile apps offline: Chaos management and disconnected capability

When Internet networks crash during natural disasters or bandwidth becomes unavailable at crowded national special security events, analysts must be able to continue doing their jobs.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s Geospatial Intelligence Advancement Testbed Mobile Apps Team has created a capability that allows analysts to continue sharing GEOINT data despite limited or no connectivity, said Ben Tuttle, Ph.D., mobile apps team lead.

The April 14 panel at the GEOINT Symposium, “Chaos Management in a Disconnected World,” highlighted how Tuttle and his team have worked with other analysts across the agency and throughout the GEOINT community to explore the legal issues, application governance, and emerging standards for mobile capabilities.  [Read more]

April 11, 2014

Director Long and NGA to attend 10th annual GEOINT Symposium

SPRINGFIELD, Va. — The director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is scheduled to deliver a keynote speech April 15 at 9:45 a.m. at the Tampa Convention Center during the U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation's GEOINT 2013* Symposium, which runs April 14-17 in Tampa.

Letitia A. Long’s speech, titled “Driving the Next Phase of Intelligence,” will highlight how NGA is building a platform for integration that will create a new, immersive experience across the intelligence and defense communities that allows our nation to know what we should know, see what our adversaries cannot, and act first.

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