AGENDA

SEPTEMBER 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. 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.9-11 Telecommuting World Conference and Exhibition. San Francisco Hyatt Regency. San Francisco. Web www.telecommutingworld.com.9-12 Electronic Commerce World '96. Greater Columbus Convention Center. Columbus Ohio.Call Ray Ruzek at (203) 426-4939 or (800) 248-2317 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) 876-5058.10 Information Technology Management Reform Act and the Federal Acquisition Reform Act. Federal Sources Inc. McLean Va. Call Walt O'Neill at (703) 610-8753.10-12 Digital Data Communications and Emerging Technologies. AFCEA International Headquarters. Fairfax Va. Call (703) 631-6135 or (800) 336-4583 extension 6135 e-mail pdc@afcea.org.12 Computer and Telecommunications Law Section of the D.C. Bar luncheon: The Great Copyright Debates of 1996. Hotel Washington. Washington D.C. Call (202) 626-3463.12 Roadmap to Winning. Federal Sources Inc. McLean Va. Call Susan Hernandez at (703) 610-8700 Web www.fedsources.com.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 Officers' Club. Fort Meade Md. Call (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.Call (202) 686-4602 e-mail affirm.info@epamail.epa.gov World Wide Web www.fedcenter.com/affirm.24 Past Performance: Engage in a Debate of the Issues and Solutions. DoubleTree Hotel. Pentagon City Va.Call Susan Hernandez at (703) 610-8700 Web www.fedsources.com.26 Association for Science Technology and Innovation luncheon. Pier Seven Restaurant of the Channel Inn. Washington D.C. Call Isaac Welt at (703) 528-8360 or Ben Sands at (703) 560-4360.30-Oct. 1 CTST Government '96. Hyatt Regency Crystal City. Arlington Va. 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. Call (888) SEE-OOTS or (703) 471-8520 extension 201 Web www.theotg.com.

30-Oct. 1 FireWallCon '96: Firewalls Web and Internet Security Conference. Red Lion Hotel. San Jose Calif.For more information call the National Computer Security Association at (717) 258-1816 fax (717) 243-8642 e-mail conference@ncsa.com.30-Oct. 4 Principles of Communications With Applications in Military Systems. AFCEA International Headquarters. Fairfax Va. Call (703) 631-6135 or (800) 336-4583 extension 6135 fax (703) 631-4693 e-mail pdc@afcea.org.OCTOBER2 Doing Business With GSA: Victory Over Red Tape. Key Bridge Marriott. Arlington Va. Call Susan Hernandez at (703) 610-8700 or point your Web browser to www.fedsources.com.

6-8 IAC's Sixth Annual Leadership Conference. The Marriott. Richmond Va. Call Mary Ellen Geoffroy of the Industry Advisory Council at (703) 506-9340.6-9 IIA's 1996 Annual Convention and Exhibition. Renaissance Washington D.C. Hotel. Washington D.C.Call (202) 319-0142.7-11 Symposium/ITxpo. Lake Buena Vista Fla. Call (800) 778-1997 or (203) 316-6757.8-10 MediaWorks Conference and Exhibition. New York Hilton Hotel. New York. Call Linda Brantley at (508) 474-0055.8-9 Conference on Leveraging Cyberspace. Xerox Palo Alto Research Center. Palo Alto Calif. To register print the from the Web site below and return with payment to Office of the Comptroller National Institute of Standards and Technology A807 Administration Building Gaithersburg Md. 20899-0001 Web nii.nist.gov/cyber/cyber_conf.html. 9-10 USTA 1996 Billing Issues Conference. The Pointe Hilton Resort at Tapatio Cliffs. Phoenix.Call Joey McKone at (202) 326-7277.13-16 Power '96: Global Business Unplugged. Santa Clara Westin Hotel and Convention Center. Santa Clara Calif. Call (800) 874-9980 or (617) 982-9500 e-mail conferences@gigasd.com.15-17 MultiCom '96. Washington Convention Center. Washington D.C. The communications conference will run Oct. 15-17 while the exposition will run Oct. 16-17. Call (703) 536-2100 e-mail Lindsay@MulticomExpo.com Web www.MulticomExpo.com.15-17 Internet Expo. Hynes Convention Center. Boston. Call (508) 470-3880 e-mail ConfReg@dciexpo.com Web www.DCIexpo.com.22-24 Federal Imaging '96. Washington Convention Center. Washington D.C. This is FOSE's Document Management and Imaging Conference and Exposition for the federal government.Call (203) 840-5668.22-24 FEDnet '96. Washington Convention Center. Washington D.C. This is FOSE's Internet and Government Electronic Commerce Conference and Exhibition. Call (203) 840-5646.22-25 19th National Information Systems Security Conference. Baltimore Convention Center. Baltimore.This conference will explore Internet security firewalls international electronic commerce and computer crime. Call (301) 975-3883 Web csrc.nist.gov/nissc/ e-mail NISSConference@dockmaster.ncsc.milvPlease fax Agenda notices to Wendy McClure at (703) 876-5126.

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