PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

May

16-18 Connecting Technology Conference

Norfolk, Va. Contact the Navy;

phone: 757-444-9967;

Web: www.it-umbrella.navy.mil/ct/spring00/intro.htm.

24-27 Association of Proposal Management Professionals Conference

Orlando, Fla. Contact APMP;

phone: 909-659-0789;

Web: www.apmp.org.

June

4-8 SuperComm 2000

Conference. Atlanta. Sponsored by the Telecommunications Industry Association and the U.S. Telecom Association. Contact Stackig Advertising and Public Relations;

phone: 800-278-7372;

Web: www.supercomm2000.com.

5-7 International Environmental Expo

Conference. Atlantic City, N.J. Contact New Jersey Environmental Protection Department;

phone: 609-292-0952;

Web: www.state.nj.us/dep/expo2000.

6 Navy IT Conference & Expo

Washington. Contact the Federal Business Council;

phone: 800-878-2940;

e-mail: [email protected].




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6-8 Federal Wireless Users Forum

Workshop. New Orleans. Contact the Federal Wireless Users Forum;

phone: 301-838-6505;

e-mail: [email protected];

Web: www.nist.gov/fwuf.

10 IP Telephony

Seminar. McLean, Va. Contact Mitretek Systems;

phone: 703-610-2491;

Web: www.mitretek.org.

12-16 Leading People

Seminar. Arlington, Va. Contact the USDA Graduate School;

phone: 202-314-3578.

13-15 The Performance Conference

Washington. Contact the National Academy for Public Administration;

phone: 202-216-7866;

e-mail: [email protected];

Web: www.performance.napawash.org.

13-15 E-Business Conference & Expo

San Jose, Calif. Contact CMP Business Forums;

phone: 800-652-2578;

e-mail: [email protected];

Web: www.ebusinessexpo.com.

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