Agenda

July 23-24 DocuWorld 97. Grand Hyatt Washington. Washington D.C.Led by Xerox Corp. this is a series of global learning initiatives aimed at helping organizations profit from the digital printing revolution.Call (888) 362-8967 Web www.docuworld.com.

24 "The Data Center Meets the Intranet" Seminar. J.W. Marriott Hotel. Washington D.C.This half-day seminar for government/Defense Department information systems professionals is sponsored by Cisco Systems Inc. and Vion Corp.Call (703) 883-9370 e-mail vion@encmkt.com.

28-Aug.1 Defense System Acquisition Management Course. Denver.This course is for industry and government program managers and acquisition executives. It covers the DOD acquisition life-cycle process.Contact Bethany Jones or Jean Kohlmeyer at (703) 522-1820 fax (703) 522-1885.

29 "Software Standards and Conference Testing: An Update." National Institute of Standards and Technology's Green Auditorium Administration Building. Gaithersburg Md.This free forum is for those who cite Federal Information Processing Standards and require conformance testing in acquisition documents for those who supply software to federal agencies and for those whose business is testing software products.Call (301) 975-3279 or visit the Web site at www.nist.gov/itl/div897/announce.htm.

31 The Financial Management Solutions Showcase J.W. Marriott Hotel. Washington D.C.Sponsored by Computer Data Systems Inc. this free seminar will address financial management issues such as cost accounting and government reporting challenges.To register call (301) 921-7200 fax (301) 548-2399 e-mail ellen.buchanan@cdsi.com

31 "The NT Solution - Compaq and Oracle on NT." Civic Center. Tallahassee Fla. Sponsored by Compaq Computer Corp./Oracle Corp. this free seminar is for those who want to learn how to migrate to an NT environment.To register call (703) 883-9363 fax (703) 883-9366 e-mail compaq-oracle@encmkt.com.

AUGUST

3 "Successful Contracting in a Brave New World: Statutory Regulatory & Business Practice Reforms." ABA Annual Meeting The Fairmont Hotel. San Francisco.The session will provide in-depth analyses of major themes and issues affecting the procurement community. Topics include past performance environmental reforms and other reform initiatives.Contact the ABA General Practice Solo and Small Firm Section at (312) 988-5000.

7 Technology Expo. National Library of Medicine. Bethesda Md.Technologies requested include medical imaging research and biomedical applications video teleconferencing the Internet statistical analysis data storage and clinical research protocols.Call (800) 878-2940 Ext. 212.

Please fax Agenda items to Colleen Kelly at (703) 876-5126.

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