PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

September

27 Outsourcing IT

Seminar. Washington. Contact the Digital Government Institute;

phone: 301-320-4397;

Web: www.digitalgovernment.com.

October

4 Communications Workshop

Washington. Contact the Federal Communicators Network;

phone: 703-696-1269;

e-mail: [email protected].

4-6 Internet Telephony Conference & Expo

San Diego. Contact the Pacific Dialogue Trade Show Bureau;

phone: 203-378-2803;

e-mail: [email protected];

Web: pacificdialogue.com.

9-12 International Transportation

Symposium Washington. Sponsored by the Transportation Department, the City of Washington and the Washington D.C. Board of Trade. Contact the Transportation Department;

phone: 202-366-9844.


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11-12 E-Government & Electronic Filing

Conference. Alexandria, Va. Contact the Council for Electronic Revenue Communication Advancement;

phone: 703-684-3153;

Web: www.cerca.org.

11-13 Fall 2000 Biometrics Summit

Las Vegas. Contact Advanced Learning Institute Inc.;

phone: 312-362-9100;

Web: www.aliconferences.com.

14 Reconstructing Privacy in the Information Age

Conference. Philadelphia. Contact Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility;

phone: 650-322-3778;

Web: www.cpsr.org.

15-17 eVentureWorld Summit

Williamsburg, Va. Contact eMarketWorld;

phone: 800-535-1812;

Web: www.eventureworld.com.

16-19 National Information Systems Security Conference

Baltimore. Contact the National Institute of Standards and Technology;

phone: 301-975-3870;

e-mail: [email protected];

Web: csrc.nist.gov/nissc/welcome.htm.

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