PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

November

30-Dec. 1 DVD '99: Standards, Applications and Technology

Conference. Gaithersburg, Md. Contact the National Institute of Standards and Technology;

phone: 301-975-3883;

e-mail:
teresa.vicente@nist.gov;

Web: www.nist.gov/dvd99.

30-Dec. 2 21st Century Commerce

Conference and exposition. San Diego. Contact the Association for Enterprise Integration;

phone: 703-247-9473;

Web: www.afei.org.

30-Dec. 2 Federal Wireless Users Forum

Workshop. San Diego. Contact the Federal Wireless Users Forum;

phone: 301-688-0270;

e-mail: mailto:mkruhl@alpha.ncsc.mil;

Web: www.nist.gov/fwuf.

December

1 Pentagon Tech Expo

Conference. Arlington, Va. Contact the Federal Business Council Inc.;

phone: 301-206-2940;

Web: www.fbcinc.com.

2 Information Assurance Technical Framework

Forum. Linthicum, Md. Contact the Maryland Institute of Technology;

phone: 410-684-6246;

e-mail: niemczukjohn@bah.com;

Web: www.iatf.net.

6 Entrepreneurial Government

Conference. Kissimmee, Fla. Contact the International Institute of Business Technologies;

phone: 888-832-4428;

e-mail: mailto:conferences@iibt.org;

Web: www.iibt.org.

6-10 Computer Security Applications

Conference. Phoenix. Contact Applied Security Associates;

phone: 205-890-3323;

Web: www.acsac.org.

6-10 LandSatellite Information III

Conference. Denver. Contact the Imaging & Geospatial Information Society;

phone: 301-493-0290;

Web: www.asprs.org.

9-10 Enterprise Architecture: Benefits and Costs

Symposium. Washington. Sponsored by the Chief Information Officers Council. Contact Performance Engineering Corp.;

phone: 703-273-9880;

e-mail: architecture@pec.com;

Web: www.pec.com.


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