Geo Data Convergence: A Thermopylae Sciences + Technology Blog

Private Sector Leader to Take Over IT at Veterans Affairs

From bringing on Google’s Megan Smith as the new U.S. Chief Technology Officer (CTO) to…
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What’s “Hot” and “Not” for GEOINT in 2015?

Earlier this month, the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) published its first State of…
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A Vision for GEOINT Innovation

Innovation plays a critical role in helping the GEOINT community create better information and insights…
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Maps Are Going Google: Thermopylae Plays Key Role in Improving Supply Chain Operations

In Google’s ongoing mapping series called “Maps Are Going Google,” the company recently highlighted how…
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The Honorable Mike Rogers and C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger Paved the Way for a Better Intelligence Community

The combination of industry innovation and a highly adept and pragmatic Intelligence Community (IC) leadership…
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Government IT is All About The People

The federal IT news cycle is often full of stories about next-generation innovations, such as…
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A Metrics-Based IT Approach at the VA

While the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has not been without its challenges, under the…
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SkyBox for Good: Big Data Video Potentially Will Change Everything

Truly understanding what is happening on the planet in real-time has always been the core…
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New NGA Director Discusses Open Source Intelligence Challenges

At the recent GEO-Energy Summit 2014, hosted by Directions Magazine, Robert Cardillo, the new Director…
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Supporting Geospatial Efforts for DHS

Geospatial innovations are often the underpinning for supporting mission effectiveness for the Department of Homeland…
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