AUGUST 25-28 Java Internet Business Expo. Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. New York City.This conference and exposition focuses on the importance of Java and the Internet for enterprise computing professionals.Call (888) 528-2397 or (415) 372-7069 Web www.javaexpo.sbforums.com.
26 Technology Expo. L'Enfant Federal Plaza. Washington D.C.Technologies requested include the Internet client/server computing data warehousing database applications imaging remote access DOS applications and multimedia.Call (800) 878-2940 Ext. 212.
27 Technology Expo. Naval Sea Systems Command. Arlington Va.Technologies requested include remote access CAD/CAM/CAE signal processing modeling and simulation real-time applications communications security wireless communications and COTS software.Call (800) 878-2940 Ext. 212.
27-29 Trimble Surveying and Mapping Users Conference and Exposition. San Jose Calif. Call (800) 571-5267 fax (707) 746-0529 Web www.trimble.com/surv_map/userconf/.
28 Technology Expo. Transportation Department. Washington D.C.Technologies requested include LANs/WANs graphics imaging information security video teleconferencing communications products notebooks/laptops design automation and Year 2000 technologies.Call (800) 878-2940 Ext. 212.
2-5 OSS '97 - Sixth Annual International Conference and Exhibit. Marriott Crystal Gateway. Washington D.C.This is the Global Conference Dedicated to Open Source Intelligence.Call (703) 242-1700 Web www.oss.net.
3-5 Telco-Cable IX: The Ninth Annual Conference on the Battle for the Digital Broadband Consumer. J.W. Marriott Hotel. Washington D.C.Sponsored by Telecommunications Reports International Inc.Call (800) 822-MEET or (202) 842-3022 Ext. 3017 Web www.tr.com.
4 The 1997 Lotus Symposium. Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Toronto.Sponsored by Lotus Development Corp. this conference will offer techniques for integrating the Internet and intranets into your business.To register call (800) 327-6148 Web www.lotus.com/events/symposium.nsf.
8-11 DVC '97 East: Desktop Video Communications Conference and Exhibition. Omni Shoreham Hotel. Washington D.C.The theme of this year's conference is "Networked Multimedia for Business."Call (800) 227-1234.
8-11 Internet Commerce Expo. Los Angeles Convention Center. Los Angeles.Call (800) 667-4423 Web www.idg.com/ice.
8-12 Air Force Information Technology Conference. Maxwell Air Force Base Gunter Annex. Montgomery Ala.The theme of this year's conference is "Achieving Information Superiority."Call (334) 416-3261 e-mail email@example.com.
9-10 Technology Marketing Course. Wheeling W.Va.Presented by the National Technology Transfer Center. Call (800) 678-6882 Web www.nttc.edu.
10-11 Commercializing Technologies Course. Tallahassee Fla.Presented by the National Technology Transfer Center. Call (800) 678-6882 Web www.nttc.edu.
11-12 "How to Get Paid on Time by the U.S. Government." Watergate Hotel. Washington D.C.Sponsored by the National Institute of Federal Procurement. Call (303) 575-1560.
12 CIO Breakfast. McLean Hilton. McLean Va.Sponsored by the National Institutes of Health and its partners on the ImageWorld CIO-SP and Electronic Computer Store contracts.Call Marsha Carpenter at (703) 631-6243 Web nihcontracts.com/home/memos/ciobkf3.htm.
14-16 Telecosm Conference. RitzCarlton-Rancho Mirage. Palm Springs Calif.Presented in conjunction with Forbes Magazine this conference is geared toward high-level industry executives analysts influencers and visionaries from technology telecommunications and public policy industries.Call (212) 205-5521 e-mail Telecosm@forbes.com.
15-16 CardTech/SecurTech '97 Government: The Art of Implementation. Hyatt Regency Crystal City. Arlington Va.This event will feature smart card and biometric technologies.Call (301) 654-0551.
15-19 IT Forum (Unix Expo DB/Expo NY and the Internet/Intranet Expo). Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. New York.Call (800) 232-3976 Web www.itforum.com.
16 "Telecommunications Trends." Dul-les Airport Marriott. Chantilly Va.This conference is presented by the Information Management Exchange.Call Willard Scott at (703) 758-8166 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Web www.timeUS.org.
16 The 1997 Lotus Symposium. Hyatt Regency Minneapolis. Minneapolis.Sponsored by Lotus Development Corp. this conference will offer techniques for integrating the Internet and intranets into your business.Call (800) 327-6148 Web www.lotus.com/events/symposium.nsf.
16-17 Second IEEE Metadata Conference. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Auditorium. Silver Spring Md.This conference is sponsored by the IEEE Mass-Storage Systems and Technology Technical Committee NOAA Hughes Information Technology Systems and the National Imagery and Mapping Agency.Visit www.llnl.gov/liv_comp/metadata/md97.html.
16-17 Technical Exchange Meeting. Humphreys Engineer Center/Casey Building. Fort Belvoir Va. This meeting is sponsored by the Digital Concepts and Analysis Center U.S. Army Topographic Engineering Center. Events includes workshops demonstrations and briefings concerning data accuracy rapid-mapping issues and high-resolution productions initiatives.Call (703) 355-2748 e-mail email@example.com.
16-18 HRMS/Expo '97. Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. New York.This conference will focus on the business benefits of information technology for senior human resources executives moving their departments beyond transactions and toward strategies.Call (415) 919-4229.
17-18 Implementing the Balanced Scorecard in Government Agencies. Washington Dulles Airport Hilton. Herndon Va.The focus of this event is to help government organizations improve their effectiveness by establishing measurable performance targets and tying these to agencies' missions.Call (312) 977-4300.
19-21 1997 Grace Murray Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. Fairmont Hotel San Jose Calif.Sponsored by the Computer Research Association the Association for Computing Machinery and the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers Computer Society.Visit www.systers.org/hopper.
24 From Venture Capital to IPO: Building a Successful High-Tech Company. McLean Hilton. McLean Va.Sponsored by Women in Technology and Federal Computer Week this program will address the key factors possessed by companies that show potential for high-tech success.Call Amy Dooley at (703) 267-3565 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
29-30 Eighth Annual Virginia GIS Conference. Holiday Inn Hotel and Conference Center. Hampton Va.Visit www.institute.virginia.edu/vapdc/gis.htm.
29-Oct. 2 Kalthoff Fall 97 EDM/PDM User Forum. Omni Rosen. Orlando Fla.Sponsored by Kalthoff International this forum will present the latest in engineering information technology.Call (513) 794-3367 Web www.kalthoff.com.
30 Ergo Expo '97. L. Douglas Abram Federal Building. St. Louis.This event is sponsored by Federal Business Council Inc. and hosted by the Agriculture Department's Midwest TARGET Center.Call David Little or Jill Barrett at (314) 539-3800.
30-Oct. 1 SpeechTEK '97 Conference and Exhibition. New York Hilton and Towers. New York.This is the only East Coast conference and exhibition dedicated to the latest in voice recognition as well as text-to-speech and speech-to-text applications and technologies.Call (800) 777-8774 e-mail email@example.com Web www.speechtek.com.
6-9 Technology Commercialization Certificate Program. Wheeling W.Va.Presented by the National Technology Transfer Center. Call (800) 678-6882 Web www.nttc.edu.
6-10 Gartner Group Symposium/ITxpo 97. Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel. Lake Buena Vista Fla.As part of this year's theme "The Future of IT " the event will offer more than 30 industry-specific tracks as well as an interactive high-technology exhibition. Call (800) 778-1997 Web www.gartner.com/events.
8 The 1997 Lotus Symposium. Plano Centre. Plano Texas.Sponsored by Lotus Development Corp. this conference will offer techniques for integrating the Internet and intranets into your business.Call (800) 327-6148 Web www.lotus.com/events/symposium.nsf.
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