Agenda

NOVEMBER 17-19 CSI 24th Annual Computer Security Conference and Exhibition. Sheraton Washington. Washington D.C.This conference will feature more than 110 vendors of computer security products and services. Call (415) 905-2626 Web www.gocsi.com. 17-19 Computer/Communications Procurement in the Federal Government. Marriott Suites. Herndon Va.This seminar is sponsored by Government Sales Consultants Inc.Call (703) 759-7216 Web www.govt-sales.com.

17-21 Comdex/Fall '97. Las Vegas Convention Center. Las Vegas.This trade show and conference will display the latest information technology products.Call (617) 433-1759 Web www.comdex.com.

18 Information Technology Expo. NASA Langley Research Center. Hampton Va.This one-day seminar will focus on Unix Apple Windows 95 workstations notebooks network software color printers storage devices plotters scanners CD-ROM network security database management spreadsheets proj-ect management word processing desktop publishing computer-aided design imaging multimedia presentation equipment Ethernet and various types of training.Call (800) 878-2940 Ext. 244.

19 Access America: Re-engineering Through Information Technology. Marriott Copley Place. Boston.This event will address the latest steps for improving public access to services present communication strategies for the 21st century identify practices to streamline government and outline the effects of IT policy.For information on additional locations and dates call (703) 938-0503 or visit conf.npr.gov.

19 Information Technology Expo. Langley Air Force Base. Hampton Va.This one-day seminar will focus on workstations notebooks local- and wide-area networks network software ISDN videoconferencing e-mail printers network security database management computer-aided design presentation systems PCs and software.For more information call (800) 878-2940 Ext. 244.

19 Information Technology Expo. Cambridge Mass. Produced for the Volpe Center Soldier Systems Command MIT and other regional federal agencies.Call Mark Flemister (301) 879-2908.

20 Women in Technology Meeting: "Your Presentations: How to Increase the WOW Factor." McLean Hilton. McLean Va.Networking begins at 5:30 p.m. the main program runs from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.Call Amy (703) 267-3565.

-- Please fax Agenda notices to (703) 876-5126. For a more complete list of upcoming events visit FCW's Web site at www.fcw.com.

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