1-3 Alliance Chautauqua 2000

Conference. Lawrence, Kan. Contact the National Computational Science Alliance;
phone: 785-832-9234; e-mail: [email protected]; Web:

2 Reverse Auctioning Training

Conference. Washington. Contact Market Access International Inc.; phone: 301-455-5633;

7-8 Regulatory Innovation Summit

Washington. Contact the National Institute for Government Innovation; phone: 888-670-8200;

16 AFCEA NC Chapter Conference

Fort Bragg, N.C. Contact the North Carolina Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association; phone: 910-483-2221.

16-17 NetExpo Washington 2000

Conference. Washington. Contact NetExpo Washington; phone: 703-536-2100;

19-23 URISA 2000

Conference and exposition. Contact the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association;
phone: 847-824-6300; e-mail: [email protected]; Web:

23-25 TechNet Mid-America 2000

Conference. Contact the Scott-St. Louis Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association; phone: 618-256-4072; Web:


5 IRMCO 2000

Conference. Contact the General Services Administration; phone: 202-501-4298;
e-mail: [email protected]; Web:

6 Acquisition Reform Symposium

Falls Church, Va. Contact the Association of the U.S. Army; phone: 703-841-4300; Web:

6-8 Federal Database Colloquium

San Diego, Calif. Contact the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association; phone: 800-336-4583; Web:

10-13 eSolutions World

Conference. Philadelphia. Contact
Interex; phone: 800-990-3976; e-mail:
[email protected];

11-14 InfowarCon 2000

Conference. Washington. Contact the
MIS Training Institute; phone: 508-879-7999;
e-mail: [email protected]; Web:

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