AGENDA

OCTOBER 2 2 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.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.Call (203) 840-5646.22-25 19th National Information Systems Security Conference. Baltimore Convention Center. Baltimore.Call (301) 975-3883 Web csrc.nist.gov/nissc/ e-mail NISSConference@dockmaster.ncsc.mil.23-24 General Accounting Office's 10th Annual Technical Conference and Exposition. Washington D.C.Call Tina Hose at (301) 206-2940 or (800) 878-2940 extension 212 e-mail expo@clark.net.27-30 Information Technology Association of America's 35th Anniversary Industry Leadership Conference. Westin Mission Hills Resort. Rancho Mirage Calif.Call (703) 284-5341.28-29 Terrain Visualization. Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites. Alexandria Va.Call (310) 534-3922.28-30 On-line World Conference and Exposition. Omni Shoreham Hotel. Washington D.C.Call Scott Peterson at (202) 298-9055 Web www.onlineinc.com/olworld.28-31 CALS Expo 96 International. Long Beach Calif.Call (714) 699-3863.29-31 TeleCon XVI. Anaheim Convention Center. Anaheim Calif.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.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.Call (800) 959-1221.

NOVEMBER3-8 Oracle OpenWorld. Mark Hopkins Hotel. San Francisco.Call (415) 506-4176.4-7 Eco-Informa '96: Global Networks for Environmental Information. Epcot Science and Technology. Lake Buena Vista Fla.Call (313) 994-1200 extension 3234 e-mail wallman@crim.org World Wide Web www.erim.org/CONF/conf.html.4-7 Defense Technical Information Center's Annual Users' Meeting and Training Conference. DoubleTree Hotel. Arlington Va.Call Julia Foscue at (703) 767-8236 e-mail jfoscue@dtic.mil Web www.dtic.mil.4-8 Enterprise Management Summit 1996. Santa Clara Convention Center. Santa Clara Calif.Call (800) 340-2111 e-mail summit@amotive.com Web www.summit.micromuse.com.4-8 Open Systems World/FedUnix. Washington Convention Center. Washington D.C.Call (301) 596-8800.5-8 WRAD '96 Seventh International Users Group Conference. Fairmont Hotel. Chicago.Call (800) 200-4884 Web www.tticom.com.5-8 MultiMedia Telecommunications Association's UNICOM '96: Driving the Convergence of Communications and Computing. Washington Convention Center. Washington D.C.For more information or to register call (617) 433-1650 Web www.comdex.com.6-7 11th Mid-Atlantic Intelligence Symposium - National Cryptologic Strategy for the 21st Century. Applied Physics Laboratory Johns Hopkins University. Laurel Md.Call Nancy Wolf at (410) 684-3529 or Bob Fernandez at (410) 684-6323.6-7 IntraNetworking Summit '96. Washington Convention Center. Washington D.C.Call (508) 660-7099 e-mail summit@creative-expos.com Web www.creative-expos.com.7 Tradoc Industry Day - Small Business Conference and Exposition. Fort Magruder Inn. Williamsburg Va.Call Nomiki Handakaros at (800) 878-2940 extension 238.7-8 Special Libraries Association's 1996 State-of-the-Art Institute: "The Virtual Workplace. One Size Doesn't Fit All." University Club International Center. Washington D.C.Call (202) 234-4700 extension 649.7-8 CyberRisk '96. National Airport Hilton. Arlington Va.Call David Harper at (717) 258-1816 extension 207 e-mail dharper@ncsa.com.12 International Council on Systems Engineering discussion - "The Compliance Frameworks Quagmire: Standards Process Models Awards Etc." Tysons Corner Va.Call Abe Meilich at (703) 931-1505 Web www.vtcorp.com/wma-incose/homepage.html.10-13 Computer Security Institute's 23rd Annual Computer Security Conference and Exhibition. Chicago Hilton. Chicago.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.Call Mary Ann Emely at (703) 506-9554.13-14 1996 Government Information Locator Service Conference. National Archives and Records Administration. College Park Md.Call (301) 713-7100 extension 255 Web www.dtic.mil/gils/.18-22 Fall '96 Comdex. Las Vegas.This show will feature more than 70 high-impact sessions and 2 000 exhibitors showcasing 10 000 new products.For information call (617) 433-1650 Web www.comdex.com.18-22 SGML 96: Celebrating a Decade of SGML. Sheraton Boston Hotel and Towers. Boston.Fax (703) 548-2867 e-mail SGML96@gca.org.19-20 1996 MILSATCOM Symposium. The Aerospace Building Los Angeles Air Force Base. El Segundo Calif.This event is sponsored by the Los Angeles Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association. For more information call (310) 814-1724 Web www.afcea.org.19-21 Client/Server '96. Orlando Marriott Downtown. Orlando Fla.Call Pam Bissett at (508) 879-7999 fax (508) 872-1153 e-mail mis@misti.ccmail.compuserve.com Web www.misti.com.19-21 Army Small Computer Program Fall Project Status Reviews. San Diego Marriott-La Jolla. San Diego Calif.To register call Steve Miller at (908) 532-7929 Web www.monmouth.army.mil/scp.Please fax Agenda notices to Wendy McClure at (703) 876-5126 or e-mail them to wendy@fcw.com at least two weeks before your event.

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