AGENDA

NOVEMBER 2 0 Association for Science Technology and Innovation luncheon. Channel Inn. Washington D.C.

Call Bob Adams at (703) 241-2850 or Ben Sands at (703) 560-4360 e-mail bsands8417@aol.com.DECEMBER

2-6 DB/Expo '96: The World's Leading Database Client/Server and Data Warehousing Exposition and Conference. Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. New York.Call (800) 2DB-EXPO.

2-6 1996 Signal Symposium. Fort Gordon Ga.

Call (706) 791-8204/8108 e-mail sympose@emh1.gordon.army.mil fax (706) 791-5543.

3-7 Tri-Ada '96. Philadelphia Marriott. Philadelphia.

Call (800) 338-5365 Web www.acm.org./sigada/tri-ada/.4 "Internet and Intelligent Forms" panel discussion. General Services Administration Auditorium. Washington D.C.

Call Allan Taublib at (202) 326-4000 extension 3325 e-mail seheironimus@tva.gov.

5-6 EDI/EC Coordinators' Conference: Rising to the Internet Challenge. Opryland Hotel. Nashville.Call (800) 456-3703 extension 100.

9-13 Fall Internet World 96. Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. New York.

Call (800) 632-5537 e-mail fiw96@mecklermedia.com.

10 Women in Technology holiday celebration. McLean Hilton. McLean Va.Call (703) 205-0930 extension 100.

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

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