PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

September

5 IRMCO 2000

Conference. Contact the General Services Administration;

phone: 202-501-4298;v
e-mail: betty.moore@gsa.gov;

Web: www.itpolicy.gsa.gov/irmco/irmco.htm.

6 Acquisition Reform Symposium

Falls Church, Va. Contact the Association of the U.S. Army;

phone: 703-841-4300;

Web: www.ausa.org.

6-8 Federal Database Colloquium

San Diego. Contact the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association;

phone: 800-336-4583;

Web: www.afcea.org.

10-13 eSolutions World

Conference. Philadelphia. Contact Interex;

phone: 800-990-3976;

e-mail: info@esolutionsworld.com;

Web: esolutionsworld.com.

11 GCN Forum with GSA's William N. Gormley

Luncheon speech. Washington. Contact Government Computer News;

phone: 301-650-2101;

e-mail: gcnforum@gcn.com;

Web: www.gcn.com.

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Send material to calendar@gcn.com or to Calendar Editor, GCN, 8601 Georgia Ave., Suite 300, Silver Spring, Md. 20910.


11-14 InfowarCon 2000

Conference. Washington. Contact the MIS Training Institute;

phone: 508-879-7999;

e-mail: mis@misti.com;

Web: www.misti.com.

12-13 FBI Information Technology Conference

Washington. Contact Federal Business Council Inc.;

phone: 800-878-2940;

e-mail: annie@fbcdb.com.

12-14 Digital Data Communications and Emerging Technologies

Course. Fairfax, Va. Contact the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association;

phone: 703-631-6137;

e-mail: pdc@afcea.org;

Web: www.afcea.org/education/courses/171.htm

13-14 Biometric Consortium 2000 Conference

Gaithersburg, Md. Contact the National Institute of Standards and Technology;

phone: 301-231-2505;

Web: www.nist.gov/bc2000.

13-14 Government Technology Conference East 2000

Contact Government Technology;

phone: 518-435-1106;

Web: www.govtech.net/conferences/gtc/gtceast2000/index.shtm.

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