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The talent is out there — it is just not getting to the right places, Sue Gordon, principal deputy director of national intelligence, said Tuesday.

The Intelligence Community is at an inflection point and will have to “reimagine” how it embraces data and digital connectedness, the nation’s No. 2 intel official said during a June 4 speech. One of the government’s leaders in this transformation, Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence Sue Gordon said, may be the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.

The United States does not go to war in a vacuum, so neither should it transition to artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technology without coalition partners, according to speakers in a panel discussion Wednesday at GEOINT 2019.

The Honorable Sue Gordon, the fifth Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence (PDDNI) began her GEOINT 2019 keynote address Tuesday morning by sharing with the audience wise words she imparted to her newborn granddaughter, Harper, whom she had just met the day before.

The rapid growth in IT and its applications for Federal agencies has similarly expanded the roles of chief information officers, whose operations now extend to nearly every realm of agency activity.

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