Agenda

JUNE 1999 2830 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 bestpractice proof to help you meet your application delivery challenges for 1999 and beyon

JUNE 1999

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. The conference 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 Government Performance and Results Act Cost Management Conference. University Club. Washington, D.C. This year's forum is themed "New Techniques for Improving Cost Management." The conference will focus on demonstrating the importance of active cost management. Visit www.iibt.org.

JULY 1999

5 An Evening With Helen Thomas. National Press Club. Washington, D.C. Women in Technology's July program will feature this White House press corps veteran discussing her memoirs. Call (703) 818-3792; Web, www.womenintechnology.com.

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.

12-14 Third Usenix Windows NT Symposium. Seattle. Visit www.usenix.org/events/usenix-nt99.

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.

14-16 LISA-NT Second Large Installation System Administration of Windows NT Conference. Seattle. Visit www.usenix.org/events/lisa-nt99.

15 Unlocking the Federal Market: Using GSA Schedules as the Key. Boston. This seminar will discuss the General Services Administration schedule process, focusing on information technology and services schedules. Call (202) 234-8933; Web, www.globalservicesinc.com.

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. This 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. The conference will focus on database and systems management, application life-cycle development, knowledge management and more. Call (630) 620-5000, Ext. 10299; Web, www.platinum.com/platforum.

18-23 CA-World 1999. Earnest N. Morial Convention Center. New Orleans. This conference and exposition will feature sessions on enterprise management, application development, information management and channel partner/vendor solutions. Call (877) 229-6753; Web, www.caworld.com.

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

AUGUST 1999

1-4 TAWPI Work Process/99. Colorado Convention Center. Denver. This annual forum will include educational workshops, networking opportunities and sessions on data entry, document management, forms processing, electronic commerce and knowledge management. Call (212) 683-2489; Web, www.tawpi.org/annualforum.

18-20 Micro Information Products User Conference. DoubleTree Hotel. Seattle. This conference will bring together nonprofit industry experts to discuss Year 2000 conversion, Internet implementation, audit preparation and strategic planning. Call (781) 224-1100.

23-25 HDI Expo 1999. Sheraton Mesa Hotel. Mesa, Ariz. The High Density Interconnect Expo is one of the leading events for semiconductor packagers, manufacturers and related substrate technology professionals. Call Les Kruger, (415) 905-2132; Web, www.hdiexpo.com.

23-26 Eighth Security Symposium. Washington, D.C. This event will be held in cooperation with the CERT Coordination Center. Visit www.usenix.org/events/sec99.

30-Sept. 1 MultiMediaCom '99. Boston Marriott Copley Place. Boston. This conference will discuss the future of multimedia communications and collaboration, and it will feature an exhibition of the latest breakthroughs and applications. Call (212) 966-0024; Web, www.bcr.com.

SEPTEMBER 1999

8-9 Advanced Information Technologies/Government. Renaissance Hotel. Washington, D.C. This conference will focus on facilitating government adoption of new products and emerging technologies that will enable critical public-sector solutions of the future. Call (800) 949-3660; Web, www.fcw.com/events/aitg/index.html.

8-9 InfowarCon '99. Hyatt Regency Crystal City. Arlington, Va. This conference's theme is "Options, Directions and Solutions for Defending Private and Government Infrastructures." The conference will include optional workshops on Sept. 7 and 10. Call (508) 879-7999; Web, www.infowar.com/conf/conf.shtml.

22-24 Micro Information Products User Conference. DoubleTree Hotel. Seattle. This conference will bring together nonprofit industry experts to discuss Year 2000 conversion, Internet implementation, audit preparation and strategic planning. Call (781) 224-1100.

OCTOBER 1999

3-5 Ninth Annual Executive Leadership Conference. Richmond Marriott. Richmond, Va. This annual event is sponsored by the Industry Advisory Council. Call (703) 218-1965; Web, www.iaconline.org/iacevent.shtml.

3-6 Second Conference on Domain-Specific Languages. Austin, Texas. This event will be held in cooperation with ACM SIGPLAN and SIGSOFT. Visit www.usenix.org/events/dsl99.

6-7 17th Annual C4IST Exhibition. Fort Huachuca, Ariz. The Southern Arizona Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association will showcase the latest products and systems from leaders in communications, electronics, intelligence and information systems. Call (520) 292-5652; Web, www.laser-options.com/afcea.

11-14 Second Usenix Symposium on Internet Technologies and Systems. Boulder, Colo. This event is co-sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society's Tech Committee on the Internet. Visit www.usenix.org/events/usits99.

-- For an extended list of upcoming events, go to www.fcw.com and choose IT Daybook/Agenda.

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