Agenda

JUNE 89 Federal Electronic Contracting. Sheraton Premier. Tysons Corner, Va. This seminar will help attendees understand electronic contract requirements, use electronic catalogs and ensure payment with electronic funds transfer. Call (303) 5751560; Web, www.ucg.com/govt/ec2000.html. 89 Fourth A

JUNE

8-9 Federal Electronic Contracting. Sheraton Premier. Tysons Corner, Va. This seminar will help attendees understand electronic contract requirements, use electronic catalogs and ensure payment with electronic funds transfer. Call (303) 575-1560; Web, www.ucg.com/govt/ec2000.html.

8-9 Fourth Annual Symposium and Exhibition on Situational Awareness in the Tactical Air Environment. Paul Hall Center. Piney Point, Md. This two-day symposium will include a keynote address by Ann Miller, a deputy assistant secretary of the Navy, and will focus on advanced technology situational awareness applications. Call (301) 342-0026.

8-9 TechTalks. World Trade Center. Boston. This program will be dedicated to providing technology professionals with insight on how to integrate speech, voice and language technologies and services into existing and future applications. Call (212) 615-2939.

9-10 Data Security Seminars. Ritz-Carlton Tysons Corner, McLean, Va.; Pooks Hill Bethesda Marriott, Bethesda, Md.; and JW Marriott; Washington, D.C. Tripwire Security Systems Inc. is hosting a series of free seminars to address security issues facing organizations. The seminars will focus on Unix and Windows NT vulnerabilities and threats from hackers. Call (503) 223-0280; Web, www.tripwiresecurity.com.

10 Defense Department Electronic Commerce Day 1999. Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center. Washington, D.C. ECDay will highlight the latest in electronic commerce and advanced electronic business techniques and will include an exhibition. Call (800) 334-3414; Web, www.acq.osd.mil/jecpo/ecday99/index.htm.

14-16 Beyond the Y2K Hall Pass - Realizing the CIO Dream: It's Now or Never. Hotel Del Coronado. Coronado, Calif. This conference will provide insight on enhancing credibility and increasing businesses' understanding of their information dependency. Call (214) 433-8803; Web, www.metagroup.com/events.

14-18 Future Trends in Testing. Hyatt Regency. Bethesda, Md. The 16th international conference on testing computer software will emphasize management strategies for dealing with current and emerging software testing problems. Call (301) 270-1033; Web, www.uspdi.org/conference.

15 10th Annual Federal 100 Awards Dinner. National Building Museum. Washington, D.C. Federal Computer Week's Federal 100 awards will be given to 100 leaders who have made a difference in the IT arena during fiscal 1998. Call (800) 949-3660; Web, www.fcw.com/pubs/fed100/99intro.htm.

15-16 GPS Global Expo. San Jose Convention Center. San Jose, Calif. This event is designed to attract the leading Global Positioning System buyers from around the world. A day of tutorials will precede the two-day expo. Call (800) 687-7469; Web, www.gpsglobalexpo.com.15-17 GovTechNet International. Washington Convention Center. Washington, D.C. Sponsored by FCW Media Group and AFCEA, the conference will focus on Defense and intelligence, science and technology, and finance and administration. For more information, call (800) 564-4220; Web, www.GovTechNet.com.

17 Federal Sources Executive Breakfast. Fairview Park Marriott. Falls Church, Va. The breakfast will focus on the Internal Revenue Service's Prime modernization program and will feature IRS chief information officer Paul Cosgrove. Call (703) 610-8758.

17 Network Security Framework Forum. Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies. Linthicum, Md. The conference will address network security management tools. Call (410) 684-6246; Web, www.nsff.org.

20-23 FGIPC Management of Change Conference. Westin Park Central Hotel. Dallas. The theme of the conference is "Web- Enabled Government: Getting Results." Call (703) 218-1955; Web, www.fgipc.org/9906conf/9906conf.htm.

22-24 PC Expo New York. Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. New York. The 17th annual PC Expo is expected to feature more than 500 exhibitors and a corporate education conference program. Call (800) 829-3976; Web, www.pcexpo.com.

24-25 Teaming: How to Maximize Your Sales and Minimize Your Risks. Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill. Washington, D.C. This seminar, sponsored by the Government Contracting Institute, will explain changes in streamlining guidelines and help with cutting overhead costs and boosting past-performance ratings. Call (800) 260-1545; Web, www.ucg.com/govt/teaming.html.

28-30 Catalyzing the Extended Enterprise: Clicking With Your Customers. Hyatt Regency San Francisco. San Francisco. This conference will deliver the strategic scenario perspective and the tactical best-practice proof to help you meet your application delivery challenges for 1999 and beyond. Call (214) 433-8803; Web, www.metagroup.com/events.

28-July 1 E-Gov '99: The National Electronic Government Conference and Exposition. Washington Convention Center. Washington, D.C. This conference and expo will focus on new applications and best-practice solutions for delivering electronic government services to citizens. It will feature six keynote speakers from government and industry.Call (800) 746-0099; Web, www.e-gov.com.

29-30 Second Annual GPRA Cost Managers Conference. University Club. Washington, D.C. This year's forum is themed "New Techniques for Improving Cost Management." It will demonstrate the importance of active cost management. Visit www.iibt.org.

JULY

7-9 Consortia Building and Industry Support for Implementation of Technology in Public Schools. Marriott Crystal Gateway. Arlington, Va. Sponsored by the Society for Applied Learning Technology, this conference will bring together members of industry, government and academia to further technology in schools. Call (540) 347-0055; Web, www.salt.org/society_information/salt09.htm.

13-15 Automated Review Management System Prospect Course. Hawthorne Hotel. Salem, Mass. This course, sponsored by the Technical Center of Expertise in the Army Corps of Engineers, will focus on the use of ARMS as a local- or wide-area network application. Call (916) 557-7999; Web, www.armstcx.spk.usace.army.mil/html/arms_prospect_course.html.

16-20 National Association of Counties Annual Conference. America's Center. St. Louis. The conference will include workshops, an exposition and the election of next year's officers and directors. Visit www.naco.org/events/annual/index.cfm.

17-20 Internet Summit 99. Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Resort. Laguna Niguel, Calif. Summit 99 will feature a debate on the state of the Internet industry. The event is by invitation only. For more information or to request an invitation, visit www.thestandard.com/summit99.

18-23 PLATforum '99. Earnest N. Morial Convention Center. New Orleans. This conference will focus on database and systems management, application life-cycle development and more. Call (630) 620-5000, Ext. 10299; Web, www.platinum.com/platforum.

20-23 Macworld Expo. Jacob Javits Convention Center. New York. This event is the world's most comprehensive Macintosh OS event. Call (800) 645-EXPO; Web, www.macworldexpo.com.

Please send Agenda notices to Lauren Hillman via e-mail at lhillman@fcw.com or via fax at (703) 876-5126. For an extended list of upcoming events, go to www.fcw.com and choose IT Daybook/Agenda.

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