AGENDA

September 1 6-17 Infrared Countermeasures. Washington, D.C.This seminar will provide the latest information on the status of, and future directions for, advanced infrared countermeasures systems and technologies.For information, call (310) 534-3922.16-19 Security in Computer Networks.

Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association International Headquarters. Fairfax, Va.Call (703) 631-6135 or (800) 336-4583, extension 6135; e-mail, pdc@afcea.org.16-19

National Business Process Re-Engineering Conference and Exposition. Renaissance Hotel. Washington, D.C. The theme of the conference is "Best Practices in BPR: Superior Solutions for Breakthrough Performance."For information, call (703) 761-0646;e-mail, ER@reengineering.com.17

AFCEA Central Maryland Chapter meeting. Fort Meade Officers' Club. Fort Meade, Md.The topic of the meeting will be "Army Land Information Warfare Activity."For information, 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.17

Fort Detrick Technology Expo. Frederick, Md. More than 10 units will be in attendance for local- and wide-area networks, laptops, notebooks, scanners, multimedia and more. For exhibit information, call Tina Hose at (800) 878-2940, extension 212.17-19

Interactive Multimedia Association Expo '96. Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. New York.For information, call (800) IMA-3519; Web, www.ima.org.18 Commerce Department Technology Expo. Washington, D.C. Six branches of Commerce will be at this site, requesting Unix, networking, voice recognition, Internet, laptops, workstations, CD-ROM, scanners and more. For exhibit information, call Dave McDonnell at (800) 878-2940, extension 225.18

Capitol Telecommunications Professionals. McLean, Va. For information, call (301) 564-1032.18-19

Infrared Systems Modeling. Washington, D.C. This seminar will provide the latest information on the status and future direction of IR system modeling, with the focus on selecting subsystem performance measures to optimize the overall system design. For information, call (310) 534-3922.19 Association for Federal Information Resources Management 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.

Federal Aviation Administration Technology Expo. Washington, D.C.Technologies requested include presentation systems, multimedia, LAN/WAN, imaging and more to ensure the safe and efficient use of the nation's airspace. For exhibit information, call Stephen Stewart at (800) 878-2940, extension 208.19

Symposium on Government Acquisition Contracts: What IDIQ Means to You. J.W. Marriott Hotel. Washington, D.C. For information, call Zena Polin of Federal Consulting Services at (703) 827-7080.19

Women in Technology. McLean Hil-ton. McLean, Va.For information, call (703) 904-1090.23-25 Geographic Technology in Government and GovCAD Conference and Exposition. Hyatt Regency Crystal City. Arlington, Va. These events will focus on geographic information systems, computer-aided design and related technologies, addressing how to use these systems at all levels of government.For information, call (800) 447-9753; Web, www.gisworld.com.

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.24

National Institutes of Health Technology Expo. Bethesda, Md. Technologies requested include digital imaging, video teleconferencing, Internet, mass storage, medical imaging and more.For exhibit information, call Jim Mc-Ninch at (800) 878-2940, extension 244.24

Winning in State and Local Government. Federal Sources Inc. McLean, Va. To register for this one-day training session, call (703) 610-8700.24-26

National Financial Information Technology Exposition and Conference. McCormick Place. Chicago. This event will take place concurrently with PC Expo Chicago.For information, call Angela Barone at (800) 232-3976.25

National Naval Medical Center Technology Expo. Bethesda, Md. Technologies requested include medical open architecture, translation systems, CD-ROM, PowerMac and more.For exhibit information, call Tina Hose at (800) 878-2940, extension 212.25-26

Computer Security Institute Information Security Class. New York. This class will focus on "How to Secure Internet Access: Web of Opportunity." For information on other classes, dates and locations, call Patrice Rapalus at (415) 905-2310; e-mail, prapalus@mfi.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.Sept. 26

Emerging Internet Technologies. McLean Hilton. Tysons Corner, Va. This event is sponsored by Washington Technology in conjunction with Women in Technology.Call (703) 205-0930, extension 100.26

Naval Security Station Technology Expo. Washington, D.C. Technologies requested include encryption systems, information systems, information security, firewalls, communications, networking, portables, data storage devices, Unix, scanners, presentation systems and workstations. For exhibit information, call Tina Hose at (800) 878-2940, extension 212.26 Public Health Service Technology Expo. Rockville, Md.Technologies requested include security, communications, interconnectivity, desktop publishing and more.For exhibit information, call Dave McDonnell at (800) 878-2940, extension 225. 29-Oct. 2

AFCOM '96 Conference. Fontainbleau Hilton Resort. Miami Beach, Fla.This conference, which will focus on the needs of the data center management community, will be held in conjunction with IS Expo Fall '96. For information, call (714) 997-7966.30-Oct. 1 CardTech SecurTech 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. 2 ImagingExpo '96. Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. New York.Call (800) 44-IMAGE; fax, (215) 643-3894; Web, www.cardinal.com/imexpo.30-Oct. 3 North American ISDN Users' Forum. National Institute of Standards and Technology. Gaithersburg, Md.For information, call Lori Phillips at (301) 975-4513; e-mail, niuf@nist.gov; Web, www.niuf.nist.gov/misc/niuf.html.30-

Oct. 4 Electronic Industries Association's 30th Annual Engineering and Technical Management Workshop. Baltimore. For information, call Darlene Tawiah at (703) 907-7568.30-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.2-3 C3I Systems Technology. Sponsored by AFCEA Arizona Chapter.For information, call Mike Kjolsrud at (502) 452-7493.

6-8 Industry Advisory Council's Sixth Annual Leadership Conference. The Marriott. Richmond, Va.This conference will feature six workshops covering telecommunications, electronic commerce, intergovernmental change, governmentwide procurement programs, past-performance evaluations and outsourcing. Call Mary Ellen Geoffroy at (703) 506-9340.

6-9 Information Industry Association's 1996 Annual Convention and Exhibition. Renaissance 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 Barksdale Air Force Base Technology Expo. Shreveport, La.The latest in current and developing technologies are requested, including DOS, Windows 3, workstations, laptops, notebooks, connectivity, e-mail, database equipment, Unix, data security, data management software development tools, CASE tools and more.For exhibit information, call Dorie Delgado at (800) 878-2940, extension 202.

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.

8-10 Infotech '96 Conference and Exposition. Sponsored by AFCEA Dayton-Wright Chapter. For information, call J. Spargo & Associates at (703) 631-6200.8-10 MediaWorks Conference and Exhibition. New York Hilton Hotel. New York.Call Linda Brantley at (508) 474-0055.9-10 Terrain Visualization. Sheraton Orlando North. Maitland, Fla. This seminar will provide the latest information on the status and future direction for terrain visualization systems and technologies as applied to emerging U.S. military missions and operational concepts.This program will also be presented Oct. 28-29 at the Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites, Alexandria, Va. For information, call (310) 534-3922.

9-11 U.S. Telephone Association's 1996 Billing Issues Conference. The Pointe Hilton Resort at Tapatio Cliffs. Phoenix.For information, call Joey McKone at (202) 326-7277.10 Information Technology Expo '96. Dallas Metroplex at Infomart. Dallas.For information, call (800) 878-2940;e-mail, expo@clark.net.

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.

13-17 National Communications Fo-rum's InfoVision 96. Rosemont Convention Center. Chicago.This conference will focus on linking education and technology.For information, call (312) 559-4600;e-mail, ncf@iec.org; Web, www.iec.org or www.infovis.com.

14-16 16th Annual Conference on Control, Audit and Security of Information Systems. Sheraton Boston. Boston.This is the MIS Training Institute's flagship educational event, focusing on emerging and merging technologies that will affect information security and control well into the next millennium.For information, call Pam Bissett at (508) 879-7999; e-mail, mis@misti.ccmail.compuserve.com; Web, www.misti.com.

15 AFCEA Central Maryland Chapter meeting. Fort Meade Officers' Club. Fort Meade, Md.The topic of the meeting will be "Army Command and Control Protection and Integrated Defense."For information, call (410) 684-3607.

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; Web, www.MulticomExpo.com; e-mail, Lindsay@MulticomExpo.com.

15-17 Internet Expo. Hynes Convention Center. Boston.For information, call (508) 470-3880;e-mail, ConfReg@dciexpo.com; Web, www.DCIexpo.com.16 Scott Air Force Base Technology Expo. Belleville, Ill.Companies featuring the latest in LAN/WAN, NetWare 4.1, tape backup systems, desktop presentation systems, development tools, Ethernet, graphics, imaging and more will be on hand to demonstrate their products.For exhibit information, call Lisa LaDow at (800) 878-2940, extension 210.

16-18 Government, Business and Education Tech Expo 96. Convention Center. Los Angeles.For information, call (916) 672-1860; Web, www.techconf.com/LA/index.html.

20-25 17th Global Electronic Document Systems Conference and Exhibit. Orlando, Fla.The theme of this year's conference is "Answering the Challenge of Transformation." For information, call Anne Davison at (800) ON-XPLOR.

21-23 SpeechTek '96. New York Hilton. New York.This conference will focus on speech recognition technology. For information, call Kit Hamilton at (203) 834-1122.21-24 1996 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Military Communications Conference. McLean Hilton Hotel. McLean, Va.For information, call (703) 883-5202.

21-24 Analytical Methods for the Logistics Professional. Monterey Beach Hotel. Monterey, Calif.For information, call (408) 649-3800.

22 Second Annual Fiscal 1997 Civilian Agency Forecast: A Look at the Opportunities, Trends and Challenges Facing the IT Community in Fiscal 1997 and Beyond. Tower Club. McLean, Va.For information, call Pam Barkley at (703) 827-7080.

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.For information, call (203) 840-5646.

23-24 General Accounting Office's 10th Annual Technical Conference and Exposition. Washington, D.C.The theme of this year's conference is "Managing Knowledge for Better Public Decision."For information, call Tina Hose at (301) 206-2940 or (800) 878-2940, extension 212; e-mail, expo@clark.net.

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.mil.

24-27 Electronic Messaging Association's Solutions Summit and Showcase. Santa Clara Marriott. Santa Clara, Calif.For information, call (703) 524-5550;e-mail, meet@ema.org; Web,www.ema.org.27-30 Information Technology Association of America's 35th Anniversary Industry Leadership Conference. Westin Mission Hills Resort. Rancho Mirage, Calif.For more information, call (703) 284-5341.

28-29 Terrain Visualization. Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites. Alexandria, Va.For information, call (310) 534-3922.28-30 Online World Conference and Exposition. Omni Shoreham Hotel. Washington, D.C.This event will be geared toward Internet users and business professionals.For information, call Scott Peterson at (202) 298-9055; Web, www.onlineinc.com/olworld.

28-31 CALS Expo 96 International. Long Beach, Calif.For information, call (714) 699-3863.

29-31 TeleCon XVI. Anaheim Convention Center. Anaheim, Calif.This conference on videoconferencing and distance learning will be held in conjunction with NASA's Technology 2006 conference.For information, call (800) 829-3400; Web, www.usdla.org/telecon.html.

29-Nov. 1 Switched Networks & VLANs Conference. Fairmont Hotel and San Jose Civic Auditorium. San Jose, Calif.Presented by the Technology Transfer Institute, this conference will feature industry experts answering pivotal questions reflecting the increasing demands in today's switching environments.For information, call (800) 200-4884; Web, www.tticom.com.

30-Nov. 2 1996 Unidata International User Conference. Cheyenne Mountain Conference Resort. Colorado Springs, Colo.The theme of the conference is "Charting Data Management: Journey to the New Millennium."For information, call (800) 959-1221.

NOVEMBER4-7 Defense Technical Information Center's Annual Users' Meeting and Training Conference. DoubleTree Hotel. Arlington, Va.The theme of this year's conference is "Meeting the Challenges of Changing Technology." For information, call Julia Foscue at (703) 767-8236; e-mail, jfoscue@dtic.mil; Web, www.dtic.mil.

7 Tradoc Industry Day - Small Business Conference and Exposition. Fort Magruder Inn. Williamsburg, Va.This exposition will feature small-, minority-owned and woman-owned businesses and prime contractors specializing in all aspects of IT.For information, call Nomiki Handakaros at (800) 878-2940, extension 238.

7-8 CyberRisk '96. National Airport Hilton. Arlington, Va.The theme of this conference, presented jointly by the National Computer Security Association and the Computer Ethics Institute, is "Reducing Risk and Building Ethical Policies in the Electronic Workplace."For information, call David Harper at (717) 258-1816, extension 207; e-mail, dharper@ncsa.com.

10-13 Computer Security Institute's 23rd Annual Computer Security Conference and Exhibition. Chicago Hilton. Chicago.The conference, which will run Nov. 11-13, will address the policies, procedures and technologies that organizations must implement to remain safe. The exhibition will run Nov. 10-12.For information, call Patrice Rapalus at (415) 905-2310; e-mail, prapalus@mfi.com.

13-14 Government Technology Acquisition: The State of the Art. Fairview Park Marriott. Falls Church, Va.For information, call Mary Ann Emely at (703) 506-9554.

13-14 1996 Government Information Locator Service Conference. National Archives and Records Administration. College Park, Md.This conference is intended to bring together diverse communities that have an interest in GILS and provide a forum for discussing its strengths, weaknesses and future directions. The conference will highlight GILS applications and the lessons learned in their development. For information, call (301) 713-7100, extension 255; Web, www.dtic.mil/gils/.

18-20 GigaNet Conference. Westin Hotel. Santa Clara, Calif.This conference will be devoted to the exploding gigabit and Ethernet market.For information, call (800) 200-4884; Web, www.tticom.com.

19 AFCEA Central Maryland Chapter meeting. Fort Meade Officers' Club. Fort Meade, Md.The topic of the meeting will be "Information Warfare Exercise: Lessons Learned."For information, call (410) 684-3607.21-22 Government Technology Conference-East. Hynes Convention Center. Boston.The conference and forums will focus on solutions for state and local governments in the Information Age.

For information, call (916) 363-5000.Please fax Agenda notices to Wendy McClure at (703) 876-5126 or e-mail them to wendy@fcw.com.

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