TechNet gets down to brass tacks

Capt. Sheila McCoy of the Navy CIO's office discusses mobile and wireless strategies at TechNet International 2004.

Defense Department officials and industry executives expounded on IT's roles in defense'from data mining to wireless technology'during the TechNet International 2004 conference this month in Washington. The Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association sponsored the three-day conference. Gen. Richard B. Myers, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, delivered the luncheon address.

Army Col. Fred Cross of the European Command greets John Woodbury, left, and Brent Horwitz of Maritime Telecommunications Network Inc. of Miramar, Fla.
Debra Filippi, deputy CIO of the Marine Corps, speaks during the C4 Systems Directorate panel's plenary session.


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