Professional Calendar

Luncheon address. Washington. Contact Government Computer News; phone: 301-650-2000;
Web: www.gcn.com.


Conference. Atlantic City. N.J. Contact MailCom; phone: 607-746-7600; Web: www.mailcom-conference.com.


Federal webmasters workshop. Bethesda, Md. Contact the World Wide Web Federal
Consortium; phone: 703-288-0171; e-mail: [email protected]encmkt.com;
  Web: www.fedweb.org.


Conference. Salt Lake City. Contact Hill Air Force Base; phone: 801-777-7411; e-mail: [email protected];  Web: www.stc-online.org.


Symposium. Washington. Contact the USDA Graduate School; phone: 202-314-3462; e-mail: [email protected].


Seminar. Washington. Contact the Digital Government Institute; phone: 301-320-4397;
Web: www.digitalgovernment.com.


Conference. Cambridge, Mass. Contact the Harvard University John F. Kennedy School of
Government; phone: 617-495-3036; e-mail: [email protected];
  Web: www.ksg.harvard.edu/stratcom/upcoming.htm.


Luncheon address. Washington. Contact Government Computer News; phone: 301-650-2000;
Web: www.gcn.com.


Conference. Baltimore. Contact the CIO Institute; phone: 719-599-4303; e-mail: [email protected];  Web: www.cio.org.


Conference. McLean, Va. Contact Federal Sources Inc.; phone: 703-610-8758; Web: www.fedsources.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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