31-Nov. 3 MilCom 1999

Conference. Atlantic City, N.J. Contact the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association; phone: 703-449-6418; Web:

31-Nov. 3 TechLearn '99

Conference. Orlando, Fla. Contact the MASIE Center; phone: 800-986-2743;
e-mail: [email protected]; Web:


1-3 Global E-Security '99

Conference. Dublin, Ireland. Contact Baltimore Technologies Ltd.; phone: 44 0 171 839 2557; Web:

1-3 Technology 2009

Conference. Miami. Contact Tech East '99; phone: 212-490-3999; e-mail:
[email protected]; Web:

1-5 Next Generation Networks '99

Conference. Arlington, Va. Contact McQuillan Ventures; phone: 800-227-1234; Web:

2 Treasury Offset Program

Workshop. Washington. Contact the Financial Management Service; phone: 202-874-7538; Web:

2-3 Customer Satisfaction Surveys in


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

3-4 WDM '99

Conference. Gaithersburg, Md. Contact the National Institute of Standards and Technology; phone: 301-975-4513;
e-mail: [email protected]; Web:

3-5 TeleCon West

Conference. Anaheim, Calif. Contact Advanstar Communications; phone: 714-513-8400; Web:

3-5 TeleTex '99

Symposium and exposition. Dallas. Contact the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association; phone: 703-631-6100; Web:

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