13-15 Excellence in Government '99
Conference. Washington. Contact the National Partnership for Reinventing Government; phone: 800-868-9445; Web:

14 Energy Department Day
Forum. Washington. Contact the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association; phone: 703-631-6152; Web:

14-16 Joint Employment & Training Technology
Conference. Washington. Sponsored by the Labor Department's Employment and Training Administration and the Council for Excellence in Government; contact Convention Management Group; phone: 703-876-0900; e-mail: [email protected]; Web:

22-24 Shareware Industry Conference
Conference. Tampa, Fla. Sponsored by the Shareware Industry Awards Foundation; contact the Shareware Industry Conference; phone: 800-218-8294; Web:

26-30 Logistics Information Users Workshop
Workshop. Battle Creek, Mich. Contact the Defense Logistics Information Service; phone: 616-961-4725; e-mail: [email protected]; Web:

29-Aug. 1 Frontiers of the 21st Century
Assembly. Washington. Contact the World Future Society; phone: 800-989-8274; e-mail: [email protected]; Web:


1-4 TAWPI Work Process/99
Conference. Denver. Contact the Association for Work Process Improvement; phone: 617-426-1167; Web:

5-7 Big Picture Conference '99
Conference. Orlando, Fla. Contact ST Publications Inc.; phone: 800-925-1110; e-mail: [email protected]; Web:

30-Sept. 2 MultiMediaCom
Conference. Boston. Contact Business Communications Review; phone: 800-227-1234; Web:

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