AGENDA

JUNE

17-21 Compass '96: The 11th Annual Conference on Computer Assurance. National Institute of Standards and Technology. Gaithersburg, Md.

Call Connie Heitmeyer, (202) 767-3596; fax, (202) 767-9197; e-mail, heitmeyer@itd.nrl.navy.

mil.

18-20 Intelink Symposium. State Department Auditorium. Washington, D.C.

Call the AFCEA Intelligence Department, (703) 631-6238;

e-mail, bafceaint@aol.com.

18-20 FinExpo '96: The National Financial Information Technology Exposition and Conference. Jacob Javits Convention Center. New York.

Call (800) 232-3976; fax, (415) 966-8934.

18-21 1996 IBM International Conference on Object Technology. San Francisco Hilton. San Francisco.

Call (800) 426-8322 and ask for "conferences."

23-27 Supercomm '96. Dallas Convention Center. Dallas.

Call (800) 2SUPERC; fax, (312) 559-4111; e-mail, supercomm@iec.org; WWW, http://

www.SUPER-COMM.com.

24 AFCEA Central Maryland Chapter's Technology Leadership Conference and Expo: Envisioning the Future. Holiday Inn. Annapolis, Md.

Call (410) 544-8419, extension 3.

24-25 Data Warehousing and DSS/EIS Conference: Sharing Business Information With the Enterprise. The Charles Hotel in Harvard Square. Cambridge, Mass.

Call (800) 288-5434.

24-27 20th Army Science Conference: "Science and Technology for Force XXI." Norfolk Waterside Marriott and Convention Center. Norfolk, Va.

Call (800) 228-9290.

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Please fax Agenda notices to Wendy McClure at (703) 876-5126 or send them by e-mail to wendy@fcw.com.

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