Agenda

Time Event
8:00a
Presentation and Posting the Colors (8:00a - 8:15a, Ballroom A)
8:15a
Opening Ceremony and Welcome — K. Stuart Shea, CEO & Chairman of the Board, USGIF (8:15a - 8:30a, Ballroom A)
8:30a
Master of Ceremonies - The Honorable Joan A Dempsey (8:30a - 8:45a, Ballroom A)

Joan Avalyn Dempsey is a senior vice president at Booz Allen Hamilton where she leads the firm’s intelligence business in central Maryland. Previously, she led the firm’s intelligence business in the Department of Homeland Security and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
During a 25-year career in the federal government, Dempsey held political appointments twice: first, in the Clinton Administration upon Senate Confirmation, she served as the
deputy director of Central Intelligence for Community Management; and, in the Bush Administration as the executive director of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board. Dempsey also spent 17 years as a senior civilian in the Department of Defense as deputy director of intelligence at the Defense Intelligence Agency, as director of the General Defense Intelligence Program,
and as the deputy assistant secretary of defense for intelligence and security.

8:45a
The Honorable James R. Clapper Jr., Director of National Intelligence (8:45a - 9:30a, Ballroom A)
9:30a
Gen. Keith B. Alexander, U.S. Army, Commander, U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM, and Director, National Security Agency/Chief, Central Security Service (NSA/CSS) (9:30a - 10:15a, Ballroom A)
10:15a
Break (10:15a - 10:45a, Ballroom A Lobby)
10:45a
Mr. Bruce A. Carlson, Director, National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) (10:45a - 11:30a, Ballroom A)
11:00a
Exhibit Hall Open (11:00a - 6:00p, Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center Halls A&B)

Come see the products, services and solutions the Defense, Intelligence, and Homeland Security has to offer. GEOINT 2011 delivers more than 100,000 square feet of exhibits from over 200 exhibiting organizations

11:30a
Ms. Letitia A. Long, Director, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) (11:30a - 12:15p, Ballroom A)
12:30p
Lunchtime Workshop: GEOINT Support for Crisis Management - Operational Experience, Development Strategy , and Cooperation Perspective for International Actors (12:30p - 2:00a, Room 204)

GEOINT has become an essential support tool for crisis management in the
global arena. This international panel, chaired by the European Union Satellite
Centre (EUSC), will discuss operational experience, strategic lessons-learned
and the necessary institutional framework for effective cooperation involving
such high-profile GEOINT organizations as the National Geospatial-Intelligence
Agency (NGA), the Intelligence Fusion Centre (IFC, tbc) and the United Nations
Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO, tbc). The different missions of
these key actors, their individual success stories and key leverage points, as
well as their views on strategies to meet future challenges are presented. The
panelists will discuss the increasing relevance of close and trustful cooperation
for effective support to international missions and operations, and the special
importance of clear legal frameworks as a necessary precondition. Examples
for multilateral coordination of workload and data sharing will be presented. In
this context, international cooperation will be addressed as a not only possible,
but in fact necessary to overcome the ever-increasing demand for GEOINT
services, as well as a possible answer to the constraining effects of budgetary
limitations on operational effectiveness.

Participants:

Adriano Baptista, Head of the Operations Division, European Union Satellite
Centre (EUSC)
Robert Lamon, Senior GEOINT Advisor, Office of International Affairs,
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
Tomaž Lovrenčič, Director, European Union Satellite Centre (EUSC

Lunch in Exhibit Hall (12:30p - 2:00p, Exhibit Halls A & B)
2:00p
The Future of Commercial Remote Sensing: A CEO Perspective (2:00p - 4:00p, Room 103)

The commercial remote sensing industry has experienced tremendous growth in the past decade. First considered an innovative way for the U.S. government to sure up its national imaging collection ability, the CRS industry now has a strong international commercial market. What is next for the CRS industry? Will it push technological boundaries and build more sophisticated satellites or expand into other business services? Hear various perspectives on these questions by attending this session.

Moderator: Gil I. Klinger, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Space and Intelligence, Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics (OUSD)

Participants:

  • Ryan Johnson, Chief Executive Officer, RapidEye AG
  • Marcello Maranesi, Chief Executive Officer, e-GEOS
  • Matthew O’Connell, Chief Executive Officer, President and Director, GeoEye
  • John Schumacher, VP Space EADS NA & CEO Astrium US
  • Herbert F. Satterlee III, Chief Executive Officer, MDA Information Systems
  • Jeffrey (Jeff) Tarr, President and Chief Executive Officer, DigitalGlobe
NGA's Vision Implemented (2:00p - 4:00p, Ballroom A)

A year after NGA launched its new vision at GEOINT 2010, key NGA leaders will describe significant accomplishments thus far and  discuss the way ahead for realizing the vision in the next couple of years.  Panel members — who include representatives from the Vision Implementation Team, Analysis and Production, InnoVision, and Acquisition — also will answer audience questions to provide greater insight into and context for NGA’s vision. 

Introductory Keynote: Michael A. Rodrigue, Director, Vision Integration Team, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)

Moderator: Keith L. Barber, Director, National System for Geospatial-Intelligence Expeditionary Architecture IPO, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)

Participants:

  • Dr. Ann M. Carbonell, Director, National System for Geospatial-Intelligence Open IT Environment Initiative Office of the Director, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
  • Tonya M. Crawford, Director, Acquisition Contracts, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
  • Daniel M. Cotter, Chief Technology Officer, Office of the Chief Information Officer, Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
  • Dr. Robert H. Laurine Jr., NGA West Senior Executive, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
  • Mark J. Riccio, Senior Lead NGA Disaster Strategic Initiative, Chief Federal Bureau of Investigation NGA Support Team, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
The GEOINT Dimension of Socio-Cultural Dynamics (2:00p - 4:00p, Room 001)

The geospatial dimension of socio-cultural dynamics reaches far beyond “human terrain.” This session sheds light on the wide range of national security activities that require geospatial and temporal comprehension of a deluge of socio-cultural information and data concepts confronting the US Government. Panelists include leaders from the diplomacy/development community, the defense/intelligence community, and others experienced with harnessing the geospatial dimension of socio-cultural dynamics to efficiently and effectively drive security outcomes.

Moderator: Richard J. O’Lear, Chief, Intelligence Community Strategic Studies Group (ODNI/CIA)

Participants:

  • Dr. Gary Condon, Science & Technology Advisor, ISR Task Force, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence (OUSD)
  • Dr. Joseph F. Fontanella, U.S. Army Geospatial Information Officer and Director, Army Geospatial Center (AGC)
  • John. P. Goolgasian, Deputy Lead for Online GEOINT Services, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
  • COL Sharon R. Hamilton, U.S. Army, Director, Human Terrain System, Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC)
  • Reginald Dean Hyde, Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Intelligence & Security), Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence (OUSD)
  • 4:00p
    Exhibit Hall Networking Reception (4:00p - 6:00p, Exhibit Halls A & B)