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4 Accredited Standards Committee X12 Meeting

Seattle. Contact the Data Interchange Standards Association; phone: 703-837-6152; e-mail: [email protected]; Web: www.disa.org.

5 Overcoming Challenges to Implementing E-Government

Workshop. Fort George G. Meade, Md. Contact the American Society for Public Administration; phone: 410-903-6289; e-mail: [email protected];
Web: www.managing4results.org/mdaspa.

6-8 Information Assurance Workshop

Norfolk, Va. Contact the Defense Information Systems Agency; phone: 703-681-7922; e-mail: [email protected]; Web: iase.disa.mil.

12 World-Class Web Sites

Workshop. Arlington, Va. Contact CompuMaster; phone: 800-867-4340; e-mail: [email protected]; Web: www.compumaster.net.




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12-13 Performance-Based Service Contracting

Conference. Washington. Contact the National Institute for Government Innovation; phone: 888-670-8200; e-mail: [email protected]; Web: www.NIGI.org.

12-15 VoiceCon 2001

Conference. Washington. Contact VoiceCon 2001; phone: 212-966-0024; Web: www.voicecon.com.

12-16 Applications of Software Measurement

Conference. San Diego. Contact Software Quality Engineering; phone: 800-423-8378; Web: www.sqe.com/asm.

22 Business Case for Using XML for E-Gov and E-Business

Forum. Washington. Contact the International Institute of Business Technologies Inc.; phone: 888-832-4428; e-mail: [email protected]; Web: www.iibt.org.



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