CLEVELAND, Ohio, August 26, 2015 — Global Marketing Insights Inc. today issued an invitation for Industry, Federal Civil, First Responders and Local Law Enforcement communities to participate in a Community Innovation Exchange with the U.S. Intelligence Community. Hosted by the U.S. Multi-INT Tradecraft Community of Practice (MINT-T CoP), this no fee event includes classified and unclassified sessions 21-25 Sept. 2015 in Chantilly, VA.
Participation is open to U.S. citizens and Commonwealth allies, and the Call for Engagement (Presentation) responses for speakers and demonstrations must be submitted by Friday, Aug. 28. Registration for attendance must be completed with security clearance information by Sept. 4.
“This event is an opportunity for the federal civil, industry, first responders and law enforcement personnel to share tradecraft knowledge with Department of Defense and intelligence community practitioners,” said Dr. Shawana Johnson, President of Global Marketing Insights. “The goal of this cross-discipline exchange is to solve complex intelligence issues and maximize resource allocation.”
Following a similar session at the 2015 GEOINT Conference in June, MINT-T CoP requested Global Marketing Insights (GMI) – a geospatial business intelligence firm – organize the Exchange on behalf of the DoD and Intelligence Community. The event is open to all analysts, collection officers and technical subject matter experts within the Industry, Fed/Civil, Local Law Enforcement and First Responder community. DoD and intelligence community counterparts and decision makers will be in attendance.
“The success of this event depends on participation by these groups who want to share their analytic tradecraft problems and solutions,” said Dr. Johnson.
The mission of the MINT-T CoP is to capture, document, share and solve analysts’ and collection managers’ tradecraft problems and needs and to advance mission capabilities through development and building of a community foundation for intelligence integration. The agenda will include half- and full-day roundtable discussions where analysts and collection managers will focus on specific intelligence problems and mission topics. Each issue will be validated so that potential integrated solutions and best practices may be developed, incorporating technical, process and training elements.
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Since 1997, this woman-owned firm, Global Marketing Insights, Inc. provides a wide range of geospatial and remote sensing business planning and market research services, including targeted product/service market studies and competitive market research to government agencies and private sector firms seeking to increase their market share and complete geospatially based technology transfers. Global Marketing Insights, Inc. is the prime vendor contractor and the author of the 2005-2015 NOAA North American, European, and Australian International Remote Sensing Study and the 2006-2016 NOAA Asian Remote Sensing Study, and the 2008-2018 USGS Africa Remote Sensing Study. For more information, visit www.globalinsights.com and email Dr. Johnson [email protected].