Agenda

JUNE

9-10 International Symposium on the Year 2000. National Institute of Standards and Technology. Gaithersburg Md.For more information call Lori Phillips at (301) 975-3881 fax (301) 948-2067 Web www.nist.gov/y2k.

9-11 Seventh Annual NetSec '97: Network Security in the Open Environment Conference. Hyatt Regency. San Francisco.Call (415) 905-2626 fax (415) 905-2218 e-mail csi@mfi.com Web www.gocsi.com.

9-12 GigaWorld IT Forum. Hyatt Regency at Gainey Ranch. Scottsdale Ariz.For more information call Suzy Shavin at (617) 792-2610 e-mail sshavin@gigaweb.com.

9-13 ProjectWorld 97. Omni Shoreham Hotel and Convention Center. Washington D.C.For more information call (617) 431-9797 e-mail adminpw@projectworld.com.

10 Washington Chapter of the International Council on Systems Engineering monthly dinner meeting. Tysons Corner Va.For more information call Abe Meilich at (703) 913-1505 e-mail abe.meilich@lmco.com.

10-11 Internet Commerce '97 Conference. Dallas Grand Hotel. Dallas.Call (903) 729-3194 Web www.commerce97.com.

10-12 The AS/400 Environment: Opportunities Risks and Strategies. Infomart. Dallas.Call (508) 470-3870.

10-13 IEA-AIE 97: The Tenth International Conference on Industrial and Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems. Four Points Hotel Atlanta Northwest. Atlanta.Call (512) 245-3409 Web pirates.cs.swt.edu/isai/iea-aie-97.html.

16-19 E/NET '97: The Engineering Inter/Intranet Conference and Expo. Pennsylvania Convention Center. Philadelphia. Call (800) 451-1196 fax (610) 458-7171 Web www.aecsystems.com.

16-20 North American ISDN Users' Forum and ISDNworld. Concourse Convention Center. San Diego Calif.For more information go to www.niuf.nist.gov/misc/niuf.html e-mail niuf@nist.gov.

16-18 Access Charges - The FCC's Competition Trilogy Part III. ANA Hotel. Washington D.C.Call (800) 822-meet Web www.tr.com.

18 Small Business Trade Fair. State Department. Washington D.C.For more information call Nomiki Handakaros at (301) 206-2940 extension 238.

19-20 The National Institute of Federal Procurement's "Teaming: How to Maximize Your Sales and Minimize Your Risks." Watergate Hotel. Washington D.C.Call (800) 929-4824 extension 2684.

23-27 ATM Year 97 Conference and Exhibition. San Jose Convention Center and The Fairmont Hotel. San Jose Calif.Call (800) 200-4884 Web www.tticom.com/atmyear97.

25-27 PC Nightmare Symposium. Marriott Downtown. Chicago.Call (407) 740-0700 Web www.dobetterdeals.com.

25-27 Card Impact '97: Smart Cards in the Real World. Annapolis Marriott Waterfront Hotel. Annapolis Md.Call (800) 822-MEET Web www.tr.com.

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