PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

June

12 GCN Forum with EPA's Edwin A. Levine

Luncheon speech. Washington. Contact Government Computer News;

phone: 301-650-2101;

e-mail: gcnforum@gcn.com;

Web: www.gcn.com.

20-22 KioskCom Government

Conference. Alexandria, Va. Contact KioskCom;

phone: 800-882-8684;

Web: www.kioskcom.com/kc_ev0006go_fs.htm.

22 Storage Area Networks

Seminar. Washington. Contact the Digital Government Institute;

phone: 301-320-4397;

Web: www.digitalgovernment.com.

25-28 Management of Change

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

phone: 703-218-1955;

Web: www.fgipc.org.

28 RESNA 2000

Conference and exposition. Orlando, Fla. Contact the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America;

phone: 703-524-6686;

Web: www.resna.org.

July

10-13 E-Gov 2000

Conference. Washington. Contact IT Direct Inc.;

phone: 800-746-0099;

e-mail: infor@e-gov.com;

Web: www.e-gov.com.

10-14 Windows 2000 & Windows NT Security and Control

Conference and exposition. Boston. Contact the MIS Training Institute;

phone: 508-879-7999;

e-mail: mis@misti.com;

Web: www.misti.com.




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16-19 TAWPI Work Process 2000

Forum and exposition. Baltimore. Contact the Association for Work Process Improvement;

phone: 800-998-2974;

Web: www.tawpi.org.

18 Smart Card Project Managers Group

Meeting. Washington. Contact the General Services Administration;

phone: 202-208-4917;

e-mail: sara.wagner@gsa.gov;

Web: smartcard.gov.

20 Information Assurance Technical Framework Forum

Linthicum, Md. Contact Booz, Allen & Hamilton Inc.;

phone: 410-684-6246;

e-mail: niemczuk_john@bah.com;

Web: www.iatf.net.

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