PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

July

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: [email protected];

Web: smartcard.gov.

19-20 EPA's WebWorld Internet Conference

Washington. Sponsored by the Environmental Protection Agency. Contact Marasco Newton Group;

phone: 703-247-4763;

Web: www.epa.gov/webworld.

20 Women in Technology

Meeting. Arlington, Va. Contact Women in Technology;

phone: 703-818-3799;

Web: www.womenintechnology.org.

20 Choices for Internet Access

Meeting. Silver Spring, Md. Contact the Association for IT Professionals;

phone: 301-454-1542;

Web: www.aitpwashdc.org.

20 Information Assurance Technical Framework Forum

Linthicum, Md. Contact Booz, Allen & Hamilton Inc.;v
phone: 410-684-6246;

e-mail: [email protected];

Web: www.iatf.net.

24-25 Computer Security and Information Assurance

Courses. Washington. Contact Market Access International Inc.;

phone: 301-652-0422;

Web: www.marketaccess.org.


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24-26 Education Technology 2000

Conference. Arlington, Va. Contact the Society for Applied Learning Technology;

phone: 540-347-0055;

e-mail: [email protected];

Web: www.salt.org.

26 Information Assurance

Seminar. Washington. Contact the Digital Government Institute;

phone: 301-320-4397;

Web: www.digitalgovernment.com.

26-28 Technology 2000 Conference

Williamsburg, Va. Contact International Communications Corp.;

phone: 800-422-5134;

Web: commercial.visi.net/technology2000.

30-Aug. 2 Government Technology Managers Conference

Conference. Williamsburg, Va. Contact the International Institute of Business Technologies;

phone: 888-832-4428;

e-mail: [email protected];

Web: www.iibt.org.

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