PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

August

3 Publication Management, Archiving and Distribution in the Internet Age

Seminar. Washington. Contact the National Technical Information Service; phone: 703-605-6545; e-mail:
msiemering@ntis.fedworld.gov.

17-18 Internet Applications Service Providers Forum

Conference. San Francisco. Contact Ambit International Inc.; phone: 800-300-5660; Web: abitsf.com.

17-18 Securing the Future Through Technology

Conference. Fort Bragg, N.C. Contact the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association North Carolina Chapter; phone: 910-483-2221; e-mail: sgi@got.infi.net.

21-25 URISA '99

Conference. Chicago. Contact the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association; phone: 847-824-6300;
e-mail: info@urisa.org; Web: www.urisa.org.

30-Sept. 2 Call Center Management

Conference. Chicago. Contact Advanstar Technology Communications Group; phone: 714-513-8400; Web: www.callvoice.com.

September

2 Extensible Markup Language

Briefing. Washington. Contact the Government Printing Office's Institute for Federal Printing and Electronic Publishing; phone: 202-512-1283; e-mail: ifpep-registrar@gpo.gov.

7-10 Interagency Resources Management Conference

Conference. Williamsburg, Va. Contact the General Services Administration; phone: 202-501-4298; e-mail: betty.moore@gsa.gov; Web: itpolicy.gsa.gov/irmco99/irmco99.htm.

7-10 InfowarCon '99

Conference. Washington. Contact the MIS Training Institute; phone: 508-879-7999; Web: www.misti.com.

14-17 Advanced Electronic Warfare

Principles
Course. Atlanta. Contact the Georgia Institute of Technology; phone: 404-894-2547; e-mail: conted@gatech.edu; Web: www.conted.gatech.edu.




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