Time Event
USGIF's Arthur C. Lundahl Lifetime Achievement Award — Presented by K. Stuart Shea, USGIF Chairman and CEO (9:15a - 9:45a, Osceola Ballroom C&D)

The Arthur C. Lundahl Lifetime Achievement Award, previously called the USGIF Lifetime Achievement Award, is presented annually to someone who has dedicated their career to promoting the training and tradecraft of geospatial intelligence.

Join USGIF on Thursday morning to honor the life’s work of this year’s Arthur C. Lundahl Lifetime Achievement Award recipient. Past Lifetime Achievement Award Recipients:

2011 – LTG Paul E. Menoher, US Army (Ret.)
2010 – Mr. Jack Dangermond
2009 – Mr. Charles E. Allen
2008 – Mr. R. Evans Hineman
2007 – The Honorable James R. Clapper Jr.
2006 – The Honorable Jeffrey K. Harris
2005 – Mr. William R. Allder Jr.
2004 – Dr. Leo Hazlewood

Master of Ceremonies — The Honorable Jeffrey K. Harris, USGIF Board of Directors; and CEO & President, JKH Consulting (invited) (9:45a - 10:00a, Osceola Ballroom C&D)

Mr. Harris has contributed in government and industry fostering new technologies, programs and capabilities that have contributed significantly to U.S. national security capabilities. He currently consults with industry and the U.S. government. He is retired from Lockheed Martin, where he was a corporate officer and served as President of Missiles and Space and President Special Programs. Also, he was President of Space Imaging Corp. Mr. Harris served in national leadership positions, including Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Space; Director, National Reconnaissance Office, and Associate Executive Director of the Intelligence Community Staff.

Service Intel Roundtable — Lt Gen Larry D. James, U.S. Air Force A2; RADM Sandy Daniels, U.S. Navy N2/N6; MG Steve Fogarty, INSCOM; Phillip C. Chudoba, U.S. Marine Corps (10:00a - 11:15a, Osceola Ballroom C&D)
  • Lt Gen Larry D. James, Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, U.S. Air Force (A2)
  • RADM Sandy Daniels, Senior Advisor for Space to the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information Dominance (N2/N6), U.S. Navy
  • MG Steve Fogarty, Commanding General, U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM)
  • Phillip C. Chudoba, Assistant Director of Intelligence, U.S. Marine Corps
Interoperability Tech Talks (11:00a - 12:30p, Innovation Pavilion, Exhibit Hall Booth #2003)

Have you battled through developing and implementing interoperable services and solutions? Do you want to hear lessons learned, best practices, or just tips and tricks for standing up capabilities and functioning in an interoperable environment? Learn from other’s experience and knowledge by attending the Interoperability Tech Talks.

Exhibit Hall Open (11:00a - 3:00p, Exhibit Hall)

Come see the products, services and solutions the Defense, Intelligence, and Homeland Security has to offer. GEOINT 2012 will deliver more than 100,000 square feet of exhibits from more than 250 exhibiting organizations.

Keynote — GEN Keith B. Alexander, U.S. Army, Director, National Security Agency/Chief, Central Security Service (NSA/CSS) and Commander, United States Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) (11:15a - 12:00p, Osceola Ballroom C&D)

General Keith B. Alexander, USA, is the Commander, U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) and Director, National Security Agency/Chief, Central Security Service (NSA/CSS), Fort George G. Meade, MD. As Commander, USCYBERCOM, he is responsible for planning, coordinating and conducting operations and defense of DoD computer networks as directed by USSTRATCOM. As the Director of NSA and Chief of CSS, he is responsible for a Department of Defense agency with national foreign intelligence, combat support, and U.S. national security information system protection responsibilities. NSA/CSS civilian and military personnel are stationed worldwide.

Symposium Lunch (12:00p - 2:00p, Exhibit Hall & Sun Ballroom)
Lunch Break Roundtable — Commercial SAR Satellite Capabilities (1:00p - 2:00p, Sun Ballroom 4-5)
Lunch Break Roundtable — Professional GEOINT Certification (1:00p - 2:00p, Sun Ballroom 1-3)
Breakout Session — Interagency GEOINT Coordination (2:30p - 4:00p, Osceola Ballroom A)

The concept of a GIO is fairly new, and more services and agencies are adding this position. Gathering the GIOs to talk about their mission and complementing their participation with some key geospatial enterprise players will enable a discussion on responsibilities of roles for coordination, assessment, synchronization and innovation across the Community.

  • Moderator: Becky S. Aiken, Functional Management Executive for Research and Development, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
  • Philip Chudoba, Assistant Director of Intelligence, USMC
  • Joe Fontanella, Director, AGC; and GIO, US Army
  • Jerry Johnson, Geospatial Information Officer, Department of Interior
  • Carl Stuekerjuergen, DI Senior Technical Advisor, CIA
Breakout Session — National Certification and Accreditation Programs and the Intelligence Profession (2:30p - 4:00p, Osceola Ballroom B)

This session will provide an overview and discuss about the role of certification programs throughout the Intelligence, Defense and Homeland Security Communities. Professional certification is essential for intelligence professionals, no matter the discipline. Just as we certify our systems and software, it makes sense analysts are trained and certified to a level of competency that is measured by a standard or standards. In this breakout, you will have the opportunity to hear from those that have already implemented programs as well as those that are developing standards now.

Speakers Include:

• Introductory Keynote: Mr. A. Reese Madsen, Human Capital Management Office, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence (OUSD)
• Dr. Jim Ellsworth, Chief Performance Officer, United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF)
• Dr. Bruce Guggenberger, Chief, Functional Management Division – Defense Collection Management Enterprise, Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
• Ms. Denise Humphrey, Deputy Director, Center for Development of Security Excellence, Defense Security Service (DSS)
• Dr. Joselito “Joe” Lualhati, Principal and Director, Research and System
Development, Global Skills X-Change (GSX)
• Ms. Lisa Spuria, Director, Analysis and Production, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
• Dr. Anjali Weber, Director of Accreditation Services, National Commission for Certifying Agencies, Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE)

GEOINT 2012 Sunshine State Closing Celebration — Casual attire is recommended for this event. (7:00p - 10:00p, Coquina Lawn and Expo Hall A-C foyer and rotunda)

Make sure to book your return flights for Friday, as you won’t want to miss this fun and final opportunity to network with attendees and discuss the topics you heard throughout the week.

Casual attire or beachwear is recommended for this event. The Gaylord Palms will offer discounts on Floridian and luau shirts for those who want to really get into the feel of the event.