Agenda

912 1998 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers' Radio and Wireless Conference. Sheraton Hotel. Colorado Springs, Colo. Sponsored by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, IEEE and the Institute for Telecommunication Sciences. Topics will include systems, active components,

9-12 1998 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers' Radio and Wireless Conference. Sheraton Hotel. Colorado Springs, Colo. Sponsored by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, IEEE and the Institute for Telecommunication Sciences. Topics will include systems, active components, passive components, measurements, antennas and propagation. For more information, call Michael Heutmaker, (609) 639-3116; e-mail, maker@lucent.com; Web, www.rawcon.org/.

12 The Federal Information Management Exchange. Treasury Department. Washington, D.C. Attendees must show government ID when entering. For more information, call John Ray, (202) 501-3473; e-mail, john.ray@gsa.gov.

13 Using WNRC Services. Washington National Records Center. Building 4205. Suitland, Md. For information, call Victor Wagher, (301) 457-7035; e-mail, victor.wagher@suitland.nara.gov.

17 Records Management for Managers. National Archives and Records Administration. Archives I Building. Washington, D.C. For more information, call George Chalou, (301) 713-7100, extension 259; e-mail, george.chalou@arch2.nara.gov; Web, www.nara.gov/nara/rm/tb98.html.

17-19 NCMA Seminar on Source Selection: The New Process. Doubletree Hotel. Washington, D.C. This seminar is for those who need to understand the federal government's source-selection process with an emphasis on the new FAR Part 15 "Contracting by Negotiation" rules. For more information, visit the National Contract Management Association's Web page at www.ncmahq.org.

18-20 WebSec '98: The Conference and Expo on Web Security. Hyatt Regency San Francisco. San Francisco. Organized by the MIS Training Institute, this event will focus on how to maximize business opportunities enabled by the Internet without exposing an organization to potential security risks. For information, call (508) 879-7999; Web, www.misti.com.

18-20 Managing Electronic Records. National Archives and Records Administration. Archives II Building. College Park, Md. For more information, call George Chalou, (301) 713-7100, Ext. 259; e-mail, george.chalou@arch2.nara.gov; Web, www.nara.gov/nara/rm/tb98.html.

19-20 Desktop Publishing & Web Design Conference. Sheraton Hotel Crystal City. Arlington, Va. This conference offers 16 one-hour sessions providing tips and real-world techniques to help all levels of desktop publishers. For more information, call (800) 682-5087; Web, www.natsem.com.

20-22 First Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) Candidate Conference. Doubletree Inn. Ventura, Calif. Sponsored by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. NIST is soliciting candidate algorithms for inclusion in the AES. The purpose of this event is to announce and present the AES candidate algorithms to the public in order to begin to facilitate the Round 1 evaluation and analysis period. For more information, call Miles Smid, (301) 975-2938; e-mail, miles.smid@nist.gov; Web, www.csrc.nist.gov/encryption/aes/aes_home.htm.

22 GPRA Implementation Committee Meeting. Treasury Department. Washington, D.C. Attendees must obtain clearance into the Treasury building. Contact Rita McPheeters, (202) 622-0021; e-mail, rita.mcpheeters@treas.sprint.com, with your date of birth by the preceding Wednesday if you wish to attend.

24-28 Blacks in Government's 20th Annual National Training Conference. Washington Hilton & Towers. Washington, D.C. The theme of this year's conference is "Maximizing Performance Through Excellence in Training." More than 100 workshops, seminars and general sessions will be held featuring noted lecturers, elected and appointed officials, national leaders and policy makers. For information, call BIG national headquarters, (202) 667-3280; Web, www.bignet.org.

Sept. 1 DVD Pro Conference and Exhibition. Fess Parker's Doubletree Resort. Santa Barbara, Calif. Attendees will learn how to develop successful Digital Video Disc products. For more information, call (800) 248-8466, Ext. 505; Web, www.onlineinc.com/dvdpro.

31-Sept. 4 1998 Air Force Information Technology Conference. For information, call 1st Lt. Tom Hansen, (334) 416-3261; Web, www.ssg.gunter.af.mil/scp/conference/afitc97/afitc97.html.

SEPTEMBER

1-4 Interagency Resources Management Conference. The Founders Inn and Conference Center. Virginia Beach, Va. This event will be held in conjunction with the Federal CIO Conference. For more information, call Betty Moore, (202) 501-4298; e-mail, betty.moore@gsa.gov.

1-4 Thinergy. Dolphin and Swan Hotels. Orlando, Fla. This conference will educate resellers, systems integrators and IT professionals about developing and deploying thin-client/server solutions. For more information, visit www.thinergy.com.

9 The Federal Information Management Exchange. Treasury Department. Washington, D.C. Attendees must show government ID when entering. For more information, call John Ray, (202) 501-3473; e-mail, john.ray@gsa.gov.

9-10 Eighth Annual InfowarCon. Hyatt Regency Crystal City. Arlington, Va. This conference will zero in on military operations, infrastructure protection and the growing threat of high-tech terrorism and espionage. For more information, call (508) 879-7999; Web, www.misti.com.

9-10 Basic Records Operations. National Archives and Records Administration. Archives II Building. College Park, Md. For information, call George Chalou, (301) 713-7100, Ext. 259; e-mail, george.chalou@arch2.nara.gov; Web, www.nara.gov/nara/rm/tb98.html.

9-10 Advanced Information Technology for Government Conference. Renaissance Hotel. Washington, DC. This Internet-/intranet-centric conference will provide an in-depth exploration of new and emerging technologies.Independent experts and Federal Computer Week's own test center lab presentation will lead government technologists to an up-to-the-moment understanding of virtual private networks, firewalls and other cutting-edge Internet/intranet solutions. For more information, call (800) 949-3660; Web, www.fcw.com/events/aitg.htm.

11 Advanced Records Operations. National Archives and Records Administration. Archives II Building. College Park, Md. For information, call George Chalou, (301) 713-7100, Ext. 259; e-mail, george.chalou@arch2.nara.gov; Web, www.nara.gov/nara/rm/tb98.html.

14 10th Annual Five-Year Forecast of Federal Information Systems. McLean Hilton. McLean, Va. This conference will identify IT opportunities in the federal government and help attendees understand key issues in the government's buying decisions. For more information, call (703) 907-7572; Web, www.eia.org/geia.

15-17 Documentation 98 East. Hynes Convention Center. Boston. This conference will show the latest document technologies and focus on document management, intranet/extranet publishing, and content management and XML applications. For more information, call (781) 871-9000, Ext. 117; Web, www.capv.com/documentation.

-- For a more extensive list of upcoming events, visit Federal Computer Week's Web page at www.fcw.com and select IT Daybook.

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