Professional Calendar

1 U.S. Southern Command Computer Awareness Day
Conference. Miami. Contact the Federal Business Council; phone: 301-206-2940; e-mail: [email protected]; web: http://fbcinc.com./
      


7-9 Security Today’s Networks
Seminar. Washington. Contact the MIS Training Institute; phone: 508-879-7999; e-mail: [email protected];  Web: www.misti.com.


12 GCN Forum with IRS’ Albert Mazei
Luncheon address. Washington. Contact Government Computer News; phone: 301-650-2000; Web: www.gcn.com.


26-30 The Emerging Health Information Infrastructure and
Standards for Telemedicine
Conferences. Washington. Contact Friends of National Library of Medicine; phone:
202-462-0992; Web: www.fnlm.org.


12-13 Dallas IT Expo
Exposition and conference. Dallas. Contact American Show Management Inc.; phone:
503-968-1123; Web: www.asmcorp.com.


24-27 GeoExpo
Conference. Los Angeles. Contact GeoExpo; phone: 800-451-1196; Web: www.geoexpo.com.


24-27 PC Developers Conference
Conference. Santa Clara, Calif. Contact Davis-Marrin Communications; phone: 619-573-0736;
e-mail: [email protected].


25-27 National Sensor and Data Fusion Symposium
Symposium and exhibition. Laurel, Md. Contact the Armed Forces Communications and
Electronics Association; phone: 703-631-6189; e-mail: [email protected];
Web: www.afcea.org.


27 FAA Technology Expo
Conference and exposition. Washington. Contact the Federal Business Council; phone:
301-206-2940; e-mail: [email protected]; web: http://fbcinc.com./  


Calendar items should be submitted at least eight weeks in advance and
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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