Agenda

FEBRUARY

3-4 Internet Executive Summit. The McLean Hilton at Tysons Corner, Va. Call (202) 973 8693; Web, www.internetsummits.com/.

4 Year 2000 Seminar. Omni Shoreham Hotel. Washington, D.C. Sponsored by the Coalition for Government Procurement. Call (202) 234-0700; Web, www.usassociations.com/cgp/conf.htm.

4 "Navigating Today's Procurement Environment" Networking and Breakfast. Sheraton Premiere Hotel. McLean, Va. Sponsored by the Northern Virginia Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association. Call (703) 902-5396; Web, www.wdn.com/afcea-nova/TFOD.html.

5 Tying a Sensible Knot: A Practical Guide to State/Local Information Systems. University of Albany's Performing Arts Center. Albany, N.Y. The Center for Technology in Government will present its findings from a recently completed project that sought to identify and promote practices that lead to effective state/local information systems. Visit www.ctg.albany.edu/projects/lg/knot.html.

9-10 Web-Based Training for Government Agencies. Arlington, Va. Find out how agencies are delivering training to multiple audiences, exploiting the potential of self-service Web tools and deciding whether to train online or with traditional tools. Call (800) 882-8684; Web, www.iqpc.com.

9-11 Washington Web Internet Policy Forum. Willard Inter-Continental Hotel. Washington, D.C. Call Ben Isaacson, (202) 408-0008; Web, washingtonweb.org.

10 Using WNRC Services. Washington National Records Center. Building 4205. Suitland, Md. Call Victor Wagher, (301) 457-7035; e-mail, victor.wagher@suitland.nara.gov.

10-12 Managing Electronic Records. National Archives and Records Administration. Archives II Building. College Park, Md. Call George Chalou, (301) 713-7100, Ext. 259; Web,www.nara.gov/nara/rm/tb98.html.

10-12 Government Information Security Managers Symposium. San Diego. Call (508) 879 7999; Web, www.misti.com/missppr.html.

10-12 Virtual Government: Real Opportunities, Real Solutions. University of Maryland Conference Center. College Park, Md. Sponsored by AFCEA. Call (800) 336-4583, Ext. 6238; e-mail, intelligence@afcea.org.

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