PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

September

27-29 Strategic Planning and Budgeting for Government

Summit. Washington. Sponsored by the National Institute for Government Innovation and George Washington University. Contact the Institute of International Research; phone: 888-670-8200; Web: www.iir-ny.com.


28-29 Government Service Delivery Online

Conference. Alexandria, Va. Contact the International Quality & Productivity Center; phone: 800-882-8684; e-mail: [email protected]; Web: www.iqpc.com.


29 Seat Management

Seminar. Washington. Contact Digital Government Institute; phone: 301-320-9121; Web: www.digitalgovernment.com.


29 Tips, Tools and Techniques for Developing the Work Force

Seminar. Arlington, Va. Contact the Office of Personnel Management; phone: 202-606-2721; e-mail:
[email protected].


29 Regulating the Digital Marketplace

Educational program. Washington. Contact the Washington Bar Association's Computer and Telecommunications Law Section; phone: 202-626-3463.


October

1 Data Warehouse and Data Mining

Conference. Arlington, Va. Sponsored by the Association for Federal IRM and the Data Administration Management Association for the Northeast Region. Contact DAMA; phone: 516-221-5560; e-mail: [email protected]; Web: www.damane.org.


3-6 IS Expo

Conference and exposition. Las Vegas. Contact AFCOM; phone: 714-997-7966; e-mail: [email protected]; Web: www.afcom.com.


5-6 Practical Software Quality Techniques '99

Conference. St. Paul, Minn. Contact Software Dimensions Consulting and Training Inc.; phone: 651-552-0716; Web: www.softdim.com.


6-8 URISA

Conference. San Antonio. Contact the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association; phone: 847-824-6300; e-mail: [email protected]; Web: www.urisa.org.

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