Thursday at FOSE in photos

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Mike Lazaridis, president and Co-CEO of Research In Motion (RIM), discussed the application of wireless technology in government at a Thursday keynote address. His company developed the popular BlackBerry handheld, which has found wide acceptance in government and was commonly mentioned by former Vice President Al Gore.

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Thursday panel moderator Mark Holman, former deputy assistant to the President for Homeland Security, during the session "Integrating Your Agency's Capabilities".

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Bruce Chizen, president and CEO of Adobe Systems Inc., addressed the FOSE crowd in a Thursday keynote. He discussed Adobe's approach to using PDF, XML and HTML to increase information sharing across government.

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As FOSE exhibitors packed to leave after a three-day run ended Thursday, a new set of exhibitors rolled into town for the next event in the not-quite-completed Washington Convention Center. Visitors to the FOSE show seemed generally pleased at the state of the new meeting center, however, and lauded the staff's efforts to fix the minor problems that occurred.

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Chris Folk, product manager at Tally Printer Corp., of Kent, WA., shows his company's product line to attendees on the show floor. More than 400 companies exhibited their products and service to the government IT crowd at FOSE 2003.

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