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The NGA’s Letitia Long, Her Legacy and the Agency’s Changing Mission

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Tuesday, June 10th 2014


With a change at the top of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and a broader mission, we discuss what’s ahead for the leading geospatial technology agency in the US. 
 
Join Directions Magazine as we host the 2014 GEO-Energy Huntsville Summit November 12-13 in Huntsville, Alabama. The focus this year will be on geospatial intelligence and energy sustainability for national security, both home and abroad.
 
Image: Letitia Long announced her retirement last week.

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