Time Event
All Sessions Take Place in the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
Lifetime Achievement Award Presentation — K. Stuart Shea, Chairman and CEO, USGIF; and President, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group, SAIC (8:00a - 8:30a)
Master of Ceremonies — The Honorable Jeffrey K. Harris, Corporate Vice President and Managing Director, Situational Awareness, Lockheed Martin Corp. (8:30a - 8:45a, New Orleans Theater)
Keynote — LTG Ronald L. Burgess Jr., U.S. Army, Director, Defense Intelligence Agency (8:45a - 9:30a, New Orleans Theater)

LTG Ronald L. Burgess Jr. is the Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency. He was commissioned in Military Intelligence through the Auburn University ROTC Program in 1974. He earned a Master of Science degree in Education from the University of Southern California in 1980, and a Master of Military Arts and Science from the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College in 1986. His military education includes the Armor Officer Basic Course, the Military Intelligence Officers Advanced Course, the Command and General Staff College, the Advanced Military Studies Program, and the Air War College.

Interoperability Tech Talks (9:00a - 10:30a, Exhibit Hall)

Have you battled through learning, developing and implementing services and solutions using Geospatial open standards? Do you have lessons learned, best practices or just tips and tricks for standing up an OGC compliant Web Processing Service?

Exhibitors and attendees are invited to listen to the Interoperability Tech Talks from 9 to 10 a.m. on Wednesday and Thursday during the GEOINT 2010 Symposium.

Presenters Include:
• 9:00 a.m.: Dave Kolas, Scientist, Raytheon BBN Technologies
• 9:15 a.m.: Edward Lane, ER2 Designated Intelligence Community Element (DICE) PM, NRO & Glenn Cruickshank, ER2 Program, Specialist Leader, Deloitte Consulting LLP
• 9:30 a.m.: Don Self, Chief, Sensor Assimilation Division, Sensor Assimilation Division, NGA
• 9:45 a.m.: Mark Reichardt, President and CEO, Open Geospatial Consortium
• 10:00 a.m.: Dr. Sean Gorman, President and Founder, FortiusOne

Learn more about the Interoperability Tech Talks

Networking Break (9:30a - 10:00a)
GEOINT and MASINT: Operations Other Than War — Introductory Keynote: Mr. Scot Lopp, Deputy Director of Intelligence and Actionable Integration, National Counterproliferation Center, Office of the Director of National Intelligence (10:00a - 12:00p, Room 278)

MASINT and GEOINT together can bring the power of precision science combined with pinpoint accuracy to many activities across the spectrum of civil applications in ways we have never before considered, except in futuristic novels. This breakout session will examine applications, capabilities, potentials, enablers and roadblocks for those scenarios that represent “Operations Other Than War.”

Participants Include:

• Mr. John L. Morris, Chief Scientist, Riverside Research Institute; and James B. Longley, Executive Director, Advanced Technical Intelligence Association
• Barbara Alexander, Director, Collections Requirements Division, Office of Intelligence and Analysis, Department of Homeland Security
• William Bryan, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Infrastructure Security and Energy Restoration, Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, Department of Energy
CAPT J. Scott Paradis, U.S. Coast Guard, Chief, Prevention Division, Eight Coast Guard District (dp)

Mastering the Human Domain: Socio-Cultural Intelligence and Analysis — Moderator - Dr. Christopher Tucker, Principal, Yale House Ventures (10:00a - 12:00p, Room 273)

Though we have entered an era of low intensity conflict characterized by population-centric operations, the U.S. national security community is still not organized to provide policymakers, commanders, warfighters and mission partners with a comprehensive grasp of human domain. Whether called human terrain, human geography, activity-based intelligence, etc., the GEOINT community has begun to take steps at organizing and analyzing cultural information geospatially, but to what extent is knowledge of the “human domain” intelligence? Or is it a basic form of “understanding” that forces must have in order to effective in expeditionary security operations? Learn about where we should be going during this session.

Participants Include:

• Christopher Tucker, Principal, Yale House Ventures
• Dr. Jerome E. (Jerry) Dobson
LTC Al Di Leonardo, U.S. Army, U.S. Special Operations Command
• Douglas E. Weinstein, Policy Analyst, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence
• Elizabeth Lyon, Geographer, Engineer Research and Development Center, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Cyber-Location Nexus — Introductory Keynote - Maj. Gen. Suzanne M. "Zan" Vautrinot, U.S. Air Force, Director of Plans and Policy, U.S. Cyber Command, Fort George G. Meade, Md (10:00a - 12:00p, Room 265)

The real-world, defined in geographic space, has collided with the virtual world leading to a host of complex policy and national security issues. Here, at the cyber-location nexus, bad actors can target infrastructure in particular locations entirely through cyberspace. Natural and man-made disasters in a particular geography hosting critical infrastructure can have profound impacts in cyber-space. How well versed are we at surviving the cyber-location nexus? What actions are being taken to ensure that cyberspace is being mapped geographically? What steps are being taken to geospatially-enable the attribution of bad actors in cyber-space? Do we really know “where” our cyber infrastructure is? Find out the answers to these by attending this session on Thursday afternoon.

Participants Include:
• Jeff Jonas, Chief Scientist, IBM Entity Analytics; IBM Distinguished Engineer, IBM Software Group
• Bob Gourley, Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Crucial Point LLC; Editor,
• John Kelly, Founder and Lead Scientist, Morningside Analytics

Exhibit Hall (11:00a - 5:00p)
Lunchtime Roundtable: Tradecraft Certification — Moderators: Darryl Murdock, Esri and Karen Metzler, Northrop Grumman (12:00p - 2:00p, Room 275)

Participants Include:
• Jane Homeyer, Office of the Director of National Intelligence
• Reese Madsen, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence
• John (Jack) P.K. O’Connor, Chief Learning Officer, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
• Craig Haney, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

Lunch in Exhibit Hall (12:00p - 2:00p, Exhibit Hall)
Keynote — Mr. John C. (Chris) Inglis, Deputy Director, National Security Agency (2:00p - 2:45p, New Orleans Theater)

Mr. John C. Inglis is the 14th Deputy Director of the National Security Agency. As the senior civilian at NSA, Mr. Inglis acts as the Agency’s chief operating officer, guiding and directing strategies and policy, and serves as the principal advisor to the Director. Mr. Inglis returns from London where he served as the Special U.S. Liaison Officer for the past three years contributing greatly to one of the Nation’s longest standing cryptologic partnerships.

Closing Keynote — Gen. James E. Cartwright, U.S. Marine Corps, Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (2:45p - 3:30p, New Orleans Theater)
Exhibit Hall Reception (3:00p - 5:00p, Exhibit Hall)
Jerseys & Jeans Closing Celebration at the Louisiana Superdome — Attire is casual for this event (7:00p - 10:00p, Louisiana Superdome)

The Jerseys & Jeans Closing Celebration at the Louisiana Superdome is a casual evening of fun to close out the week. We invite you to wear your favorite football team’s jersey as we gather on the home field of the Super Bowl XLIV Champion New Orleans Saints.

All are welcome. Come casual and come hungry. Heavy appetizers and plenty of refreshments will keep you going through the night.