PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

January

10 GCN Forum with FTS' Sandra Bates

Luncheon speech. Washington. Contact Government Computer News;

phone: 301-650-2101;

Web: www.gcn.com.

18-20 System and Network Assurance Program 2000

Conference. Washington. Contact the SANS Institute;

phone: 301-951-0102;

e-mail: snap@sans.org;

Web: www.sans.org/snap/SNAPDC.htm.

24-27 Call Center 2000

Conference. Dallas. Contact Advanstar Technology Communications Group;

phone: 714-513-8400;

Web: www.callvoice.com.

25-26 Pervasive Computing 2000

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

phone: 301-975-8701;

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

25-26 Field Service Solutions

Conference. Dallas. Contact Advanstar Technology Communications Group;

phone: 800-265-5665;

Web: www.fieldserviceweb.com.

25-27 ComNet

Conference. Washington. Contact IDG Expo Management Co.;

phone: 800-545-3976;

Web: www.comnetexpo.com.

February


10-11 West 2000

Conference. San Diego. Sponsored by the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association and the U.S. Naval Institute. Contact AFCEA;

phone: 703-631-6189;

e-mail: tjackson@afcea.org;

Web: www.afcea.org.

14-17 Carrier IP World Forum 2000

Conference. Miami. Contact the International Engineering Consortium;

phone: 312-559-4600;

e-mail: events@iec.org;

Web: www.iec.org.

14-18 Government Technology 2000

Conference. Austin, Texas. Contact Government Technology;

phone: 512-794-9938;

Web: www.govtech.net.

23-24 Performance Partnerships in Government

Conference. Alexandria, Va. Contact the International Quality & Productivity Center;

phone: 973-256-0211;

e-mail: info@iqpc.com;

Web: www.iqpc.com.



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