PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

February

14 GCN Forum with FAA's Daniel J. Mehan

Luncheon speech. Washington. Contact Government Computer News;

phone: 301-650-2101;

Web: www.gcn.com.


14-18 Government Technology 2000

Conference. Austin, Texas. Contact Government Technology;

phone: 512-794-9938;

Web: www.govtech.net.

16 Templates and Measures 2000 Summit

Conference. Washington. Contact the Institute for International Research;

phone: 888-670-8200;

Web: www.iir-ny.com/conference.cfm?EventID=ug108.

22 The Contracting Professional as Business Manager

Seminar. Philadelphia. Contact the Philadelphia Chapter of the National Contracts Management Association;

phone: 215-697-4721.

23-24 Virtual Government 2000

Conference. Washington. Sponsored by the Federal Chief Information Officers Council and the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association. Contact AFCEA;

phone: 703-631-6189;

Web: www.afcea.org.

23-24 Performance Partnerships in Government

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

phone: 973-256-0211;

e-mail:[email protected];

Web: www.iqpc.com.






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24 Building E-Government and E-Business Power Sites

Seminar. Falls Church, Va. Contact ENC Marketing Inc.;

phone: 800-274-7360;

e-mail: [email protected].


29 Federal Help Desk Forum

Forum. Washington. Contact the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration;

phone: 405-366-6510;

e-mail: [email protected];
Web: www.zdevents.com/crmss/spring2000/federal.html.

29-March 1 Enterprise Resource Planning for Government

Conference. Alexandria, Va. Contact the International Quality & Productivity Center;
phone: 973-256-0211;
e-mail: [email protected];
Web: www.iqpc.com.

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