Agenda

SEPTEMBER

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 the 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 voice recognition.Call (800) 777-8774 e-mail [email protected] Web www.speechtek.com.

30-Oct. 1 Federal Webmaster Leadership Training Course. Crystal City Marriott. Arlington Va.The General Services Administration is offering this training which is designed to help people develop an awareness of policy and technical issues trends and problems related to the implementation of the Internet and related technologies within the federal government.Call Leads Corp. at (703) 769-5650 World Wide Web www.leadscorp.com/webmaster.html.

OCTOBER

1-3 Government Business and Education Tech Expo '97. Los Angeles Convention Center. Call (916) 852-1167 or e-mail [email protected]

5-7 Industry Advisory Council's Executive Leadership Conference. Richmond Marriott.Call Mary Ellen Geoffroy at (703) 218-1965 for more information or call (804) 643-3400 to register.

6-7 Strategic Channel Marketing to Federal Agencies and Prime Contractors. Marriott Suites. Herndon Va.Call (703) 759-7216 Web www.govt-sales.com.

-- Please fax Agenda items to Colleen Kelly at (703) 876-5126. Items are edited for space.

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