PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

June

1-2 HCIL 17th Annual Symposium

College Park, Md. Contact the University of Maryland's Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory;

phone: 301-405-2769;

Web: www.cs.umd.edu/projects/hcil/soh/index.shtml.

5-8 A/E/C Systems 2000

Conference. Washington. Contact A/E/C Systems International;

phone: 800-451-1196;

Web: www.aecsystems.com.

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.

8 Information Assurance Technical

Framework Forum Workshop. Gaithersburg, Md. Sponsored by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Contact Booz, Allen & Hamilton Inc.;

phone: 410-684-6246;

e-mail: [email protected];

Web: www.iatf.net.

12 GCN Forum with EPA's Edwin A. Levine

Luncheon speech. Washington. Contact Government Computer News;

phone: 301-650-2101;

e-mail: [email protected];

Web: www.gcn.com.

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.




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20-21 GovTech 2000

Conference. Washington. Contact Miller Systems;

phone: 888-845-3310;

Web: www.GovTechExpo.com.

25-28 Management of Change

Conference. Atlanta. Contact the Federation of Government Information Processing Councils;

phone: 703-218-1955;

Web: www.fgipc.org.

27-29 PC Expo

Conference. New York. Contact CMP Media Inc.;

phone: 800-829-3976;

Web: www.pcexpo.com.

27-29 eB2B World Conference

Santa Clara, Calif. Contact the Digital Consulting Institute;

phone: 978-470-3880;

Web: www.dci.com.

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