PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR

October

19 Americans Communicating Electronically
Meeting. Washington. Contact the Small Business Administration; phone: 202-720-2727; Web: www.sba.gov/ace.

18 Smart-Card Applications: Issues, Economics and Guidelines for E-Gov Planning & Implementation
Washington. Contact the International Institute of Business Technologies; phone: 888-832-4428; e-mail: [email protected]; Web: www.iibt.org.

23-26 E-Business Training Conference

Albuquerque, N.M. Contact the Association for Enterprise Integration; phone: 703-247-9473; Web: www.afei.org.

25 Federal Publishers Committee Meeting

Washington. Contact the National Center for Health Statistics; phone: 301-458-4513.

30 Federal GNU and Linux Users Conference
Washington. Contact Market Access International Inc.; phone: 301-652-0810; Web: www.marketaccess.org.


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30-31 Networks for People 2000
Forum. Arlington, Va. Sponsored by the Commerce Department, National Telecommunications and Information Administration and Technology Opportunities Program. Contact NTIA; phone: 202-482-2048; e-mail: [email protected]; Web site: www.nist.gov/public_affairs/confpage/001030a.htm.

31-Nov. 2 The 2000 Vision Conference

Arlington, Va. Contact Government Electronic and Information Technology Association; phone: 703-907-7571; e-mail: [email protected]; Web: www.geia.org.

November

1 Health Care Security & Privacy'Complying with HIPAA
Conference. Washington. Contact
Market Access International Inc.; phone: 301-652-0810; e-mail: [email protected]; Web: www.marketaccess.org.

1-3 Compsec 2000

Conference. London. Contact Elsevier Advanced Technology; phone: 440 1865 843297; Web: www.elsevier.nl/locate/compsec2000.

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