AGENDA

SEPTEMBER

3-6 Information Resources Management Conference '96. Hershey Hotel and Conference Center. Hershey Pa.

Call Betty Moore at (202) 501-4298 fax (202) 501-3805 e-mail betty.moore@gsa.gov.

4-6 Information Warfare: Conference on Electronic Civil Defense. Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel. Arlington Va.

E-mail infowar@ncsa.com World Wide Web www.ncsa.com.

5 The Oracle "Working Together" Tour. Windemere Hotel and Conference Center. Fort Huachuca Arizona.

For information on registration or other dates and locations call Oracle/SunSoft/Zenith at (703) 883-9364.

5-6 InfoWarCon 5 1996: Electronic Civil Defense for the 21st Century. Crystal Gateway Marriott. Arlington Va.

Call (717) 258-1816 e-mail conference@ncsa.com World Wide Web www.ncsa.com.

5-6 ITC '96 East. Pennsylvania Convention Center. Philadelphia.

Call Jo Alexander (800) 578-8240.

9-10 Internet Law Symposium 96. Seattle University School of Law. Seattle.

Call (206) 236-9559 World Wide Web www.internetlaw.org.

9-11 Connect 96: The Global Summit on Building Electronic Communities. Cubberley Auditorium Stanford University. Stanford Calif.

For more information point your Web browser to www.svi.org/connect96.

9-11 Symposium on Integrated Justice Information Systems. Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill. Washington D.C.

Call (916) 392-2550 e-mail kelly.harris@search.org.

9-12 Electronic Commerce World '96. Greater Columbus Convention Center. Columbus Ohio.

Call Ray Ruzek at (203) 426-4939 or (800) 248-2317 World Wide Web www.ediworld.com.

9-12 The 96 Software Engineering Symposium: Achieving Maturity Through Technology Adoption. David L. Lawrence Convention Center. Pittsburgh.

Call (412) 268-5800 fax (412) 268-5758 e-mail customer-relations@sei.cmu.edu Web www.sei.cmu.edu.

10 Smart Cards: Has Reality Caught Up With the Hype? Fairview Park Marriott. Falls Church Va.

Call IDC Government at (703) 876-5058.

16-19 Security in Computer Networks. AFCEA International Headquarters. Fairfax Va.

Call (703) 631-6135 or (800) 336-4583 extension 6135 e-mail pdc@afcea.org.

17 AFCEA meeting. Fort Meade Officer's Club. Fort Meade Md.

Call Computer Sciences Corp. at (410) 684-3607.

17 General Services Administration 1 000 by the Year 2000 Program Graduation Ceremony. GSA Central Office. Washington D.C.

Call Annie L. Barr at (202) 208-2780 e-mail annie.barr@gsa.gov.

19 AFFIRM luncheon. University Club George Washington University. Washington D.C.

For more information call (202) 686-4602 Web www.fedcenter.com/affirm.

30-Oct. 1 CTST Government '96. Hyatt Regency Crystal City. Arlington Va.

For more information call (301) 881-3383 fax (301) 881-2430 Web www.ctst.com.

30-Oct. 1 Federal Object Oriented Technology Symposium 96: The Road Map to Objects and the Net. Radisson Conference Center. Alexandria Va.

For more information call (888) SEE-OOTS or (703) 471-8520 extension 201 Web www.theotg.com.

Please fax Agenda notices to Wendy McClure at (703) 876-5126.

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