PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR


9-11 Federal Database Colloquium
Exposition and conference. San Diego, Calif. Contact the Armed Forces Communications and
Electronics Association, 4400 Fair Lakes Court, Fairfax, Va. 22033; tel. 703-631-6133.


15-17 Documentation ’98 East
Conference. Boston. Contact Charles A. Pesko Ventures, 600 Cordwainer Drive, Norwell,
Mass. 02061; tel. 781-871-9000.


27-29 Space and Naval Warfare Systems and
Industry
Conference. San Diego. Contact National Defense Industrial Association, 3525 Del Mar
Heights Road, #377, San Diego, Calif. 92130; tel. 888-816-2618.


28-30 Engineering Information Technology
Forum and conference. Orlando, Fla. Contact Kalthoff International, 8260 N. Creek Drive,
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236; tel. 513-794-3367.


29-30 MIL-STD 498 on Software Development
Seminar. Washington. Contact System Technology Institute, P.O. Box 6907, Malibu, Calif.
90264; tel. 888-299-9071.


4-6 Executive Leadership
Conference. Richmond, Va. Contact the Industry Advisory Council, 3601 E. Chain Bridge
Road, Fairfax, Va. 22030; tel. 703-218-1965.


8-9 Electronic Book ‘98
Workshop. Gaithersburg, Md. Contact the National Institute of Standards and Technology,
Gaithersburg, Md. 20899; tel. 302-975-5628.


12-14 Global IT
Conference. Brussels, Belgium. Contact the Society for Information Management
International, 401 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Ill. 60611; tel. 312-644-6610.


18-21 AFCOM 1998
Conference. Dallas. Contact the Association for Data Center Network and Enterprise Systems
Management, 742 East Chapman Ave., Orange, Calif. 92866; tel. 714-997-7966.


20-22 Info Tech ‘98
Conference. Dayton, Ohio. Contact AFCEA, 4225 Logistics Ave., Suite 1, Wright-Patterson
Air Force Base, Ohio 45433; tel. 800-564-4220.


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include subject, date, time, place, fees, sponsor, contact, address and telephone.


Send material to Calendar Editor, GCN, 8601 Georgia Ave., Suite 300,
Silver Spring, Md. 20910.

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