10 GCN Forum with Veterans Affairs' Adair Martinez

Luncheon speech. Washington. Contact Government Computer News;

phone: 301-650-2101;


12 Information Security

Seminar. Washington. Contact the General Services Administration;

phone: 202-501-4409;

e-mail: [email protected];


17-19 Spring Storage Networking World

Conference and exposition. Palm Desert, Calif. Contact International Data Group;

phone: 800-343-6474;


18-20 FOSE 2000

Conference and exposition. Washington. Contact Post-Newsweek Business
Information Inc.;
phone: 800-791-3673;

18-20 Government, Business and Education Technology Expo 2000

Conference. Los Angeles. Contact Tech Expo Conferences and Expositions;

phone: 800-474-3976;


24-25 Distributed Networked Computing
for a Secure Defense

Forum. Arlington, Va. Contact the Office of the Secretary of Defense;
phone: 703-768-0400;

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Calendar Editor,

GCN, 8601 Georgia Ave., Suite 300,

Silver Spring, Md. 20910.

24-28 Information Processing Interagency Conference 2000

Orlando, Fla. Contact the Government Information Technology Executive Council;

phone: 301-753-4447;

e-mail: [email protected];


25-28 E-Business and Internet Conference

Boston. Contact the Data Interchange Standards Association;

phone: 703-548-7005;

e-mail: [email protected];


26 Ergonomic & Assistive Technology Expo

Conference. St. Louis. Contact the USDA Midwest Target Center;

phone: 314-539-3880;

e-mail: [email protected].


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