April Symposium to Gather 4,000 GEOINT Professionals



One of the year’s largest geospatial intelligence gatherings is happening this spring in Tampa, Florida, and will convene 4,000 professionals across defense, intelligence and homeland security communities.

Hosted April 26-29 by the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation, the 2020 GEOINT Symposium offers keynote speakers, panel discussions and breakout tracks as a way for attendees to learn from top leaders and experts.

This year’s symposium theme is “New Decade, New Challenges, New Strategies.” Confirmed speakers include:

  • Vice Adm. Robert Sharp, director, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
  • Christopher Scolese, director, National Reconnaissance Office
  • James Reilly, director, U.S. Geological Survey
  • Sue Gordon, former principal deputy director of national intelligence
  • Stacey Dixon, deputy director, NGA

A complete list of GEOINT leaders be speaking at the event can be found here.

GEOINT 2020 is expected to draw over 4,000 geospatial professionals and 200 exhibitors. For more symposium details, visit the website.

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