Time Event
All Sessions Take Place in the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
Opening Welcome and Presentation of Colors (8:00a - 8:45a, New Orleans Theater)
Opening Keynote — The Honorable James R. Clapper Jr., Director of National Intelligence (8:45a - 9:30a, New Orleans Theater)

The Honorable James R. Clapper, Jr. was sworn in as the fourth Director of National Intelligence (DNI) on August 9, 2010. As DNI, Mr. Clapper oversees the United States Intelligence Community and serves as the principal intelligence advisor to the President.

Keynote — Gen. Bruce Carlson, U.S. Air Force (Ret.), Director, National Reconnaissance Office (9:45a - 10:30a, New Orleans Theater)

General Bruce Carlson (USAF Ret.) was appointed the 17th Director of the National Reconnaissance Office (DNRO) on June 12, 2009. Prior to his appointment, after retiring from the United States Air Force in January 2009, he served on the Board of Directors of EADS North America. The DNRO provides direction, guidance, and supervision over all matters pertaining to the NRO and executes other authorities specifically delegated by the Secretary of Defense or Director of National Intelligence.

Networking Break (10:30a - 11:00a)
Keynote — Ms. Caryn A. Wagner, Under Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis, Department of Homeland Security (11:00a - 11:45a, New Orleans Theater)
Exhibit Hall (11:00a - 6:00p)
Keynote — Ms. Letitia A. Long, Director, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (11:45a - 12:30p, New Orleans Theater)

Prior to her appointment, Ms. Long served as the Deputy Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency from May 2006 until July 2010. Previously, she was the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence (Policy, Requirements, and Resources) from June 2003 until May 2006. She also served in the positions of Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence from July 2000 to June 2003 and the Director of Central Intelligence’s Executive Director for Intelligence Community Affairs, responsible for community-wide policy formulation, resource planning and program assessment and evaluation between January 1998 and June 2000.

Lunchtime Roundtable: TOPS CRADA (12:30p - 2:30p, Room 275)

During this Panel session, NGA leaders and industry partners will describe the TOPS CRADA concept, highlight the details of the first completed project for the NGA TOPS initiative, and share the status of a second project currently in the implementation phase. Panel members will share their insights about collaborating on a project focused on GEOINT Open Source (GOS) challenges and how, with NGAs guidance, the “art of the possible” services were investigated and demonstrated by the partners. Building on the successful completion of GOS project, the Panel will discuss the next project focused on Elevation Data Services challenges and what services industry can integrate to demonstrate and validate a services oriented approach for this NGA and NSG mission area. Many of the current TOPS Industry Partners will be present to share their experiences over the past year, answer questions about working with NGA on TOPS, and discuss what services they brought forward to enhance the “art of the possible.”

Lunch in Exhibit Hall (12:30p - 2:30p, Exhibit Hall)
Open Source GEOINT in the 21st Century — Moderator: Tina J. Pinkard, Deputy Center Chief, Global Services Group, Open Source Center (2:30p - 4:30p, Room 278)

What does it mean to be a member of the U.S. government’s Open Source GEOINT community in the 21st century? How do we leverage the potential of on site, 24-7 coverage of our world? How do we build out and manage the storehouse of Open Source GEOINT knowledge resident in our forward deployments? These are some of the questions this panel will tackle. Building our future has already begun.

Participants Include:
• Dr. Barry Zulauf, Former Deputy Chief, Office of National Security Intelligence Adjunct Professor of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University Adjunct Professor of Intelligence, Mercyhurst College
• Dr. Lee Schwartz, Geographer of the United States and Director, Office of the Geographer and Global Issues, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State
• Christopher Price, Geographic Analyst, Office of Transnational Issues, Central Intelligence Agency
• Barbara Bowyer, Director, Office of GEOINT Research Center, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
• Dr. John Sample, Geospatial Computing Section Head, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory

Maritime Domain Awareness — Moderator - Mr. Guy Thomas, Science and Technology Advisor, U.S. Coast Guard (2:30p - 4:30p, Room 273)

Maritime Domain Awareness is defined in the National Strategy for Maritime Security as the effective understanding of anything associated with the maritime domain that could impact the security, safety, economy or environment. Within this session leaders in this national community will discuss the impacts of GEOINT on the collection, fusion, analysis and distribution of information – what are the challenges, the risks and the successes? How do we plan for the future? The decisions of today impact not only our security, but also our international partners as well as many industries world-wide.

Participants Include:

RDML John W. Smith, Jr., U.S. Navy, Deputy Director, Joint Interagency Task Force South, Key West, Fla.
• Capt. Anthony LaVecchia Jr., U.S. Navy, Director of Intelligence, Joint Interagency Task Force West, Camp Smith, Hawaii
RDML Robert P. Wright, U.S. Navy, Reserve Deputy Commander and Chief of Staff, U.S. Fleet Forces Command
• Pamela Jackson, Director, Unified GEOINT Office, Office of Naval Intelligence and Director, Office of Naval Intelligence/Naval Oceanographic Office NGA Support Team, Analysis and Production Directorate, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
• Captain Eric V. Kristin, U.S. Navy, Director of OPNAV N2/N6 Technology Innovation, National Maritime Intelligence Center

GEOINT Insight and Influence through Functional Management — Introductory Keynote - Admiral William O. Studeman, U.S. Navy (Ret.), Consultant, Northrop Grumman Corp. (2:30p - 4:30p, Room 265)

Building on the highly successful GEOINT 2009 panel on Functional Management and the National System for Geospatial Intelligence (NSG), this year’s panel seeks to illustrate how Functional Management provides a transparent environment for GEOINT operations. The NSG is a large entity encompassing intelligence, military, industry, civil, academia and international partners. Functional Management allows these members and partners greater understanding of the GEOINT discipline across the entire spectrum, not just in their agency or region, thereby influencing its development and application. This panel will illustrate how functional management drives efficiencies within the international partnerships and the Allied System for Geospatial Intelligence (ASG) and the creation of Service Geospatial Elements (SGEs) help coordinate GEOINT across the military services.

Participants include:
• Moderator – Paul R. Weise, Director, Office of Geospatial Intelligence Management, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
• Diane (Di) Harris, Assistant Secretary Capabilities and Systems, Department of Defence, Australia
• Geoff Holmes, Director GEOINT, Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB), New Zealand
• Major General Mary A. Legere, U.S. Army, Commanding General, U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command
• Curtis A. Rowland, Technical Director for GEOINT, NASIC

Exhibit Hall Reception (4:00p - 6:00p, Exhibit Hall)