Agenda

23—- State of the States. Fairview Park Marriott. Falls Church, Va. Sponsored by Federal Sources Inc. For information, call Susan Hernandez, (703) 610-8700; Web, www.fedsources.com.

23-25—- Open Systems Security '98/ISSA Annual Conference. Hilton at Walt Disney World Village. Orlando, Fla. Co-sponsored by the Information Security Association and the MIS Training Institute, this conference will survey complex security issues and focus on how to manage and implement information security in today's challenging environment. For information, call (508) 879-7999; Web, www.misti.com.

23-25—- American Association for Artificial Intelligence's Spring Symposium Series. Stanford University. California. Eight symposia will be offered. Call (650) 328-3123; Web, www.aaai.org/Symposia/Spring/1998/sssregistration-98.html.

23-25—- U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command's 10th Annual Test Technology Symposium. Kossiakoff Center, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Laurel, Md. For more information, call Dave Robinson, (410) 273-9414.

23-26—- International Teleconferencing Association's Collaborative Communications Expo. Pennsylvania Convention Center. Philadelphia. Including a conference program, State Government Forum and an Exhibit Hall, this expo focuses on digital technology that will improve collaboration at a distance. For more information, call (800) 800-5474 or visit the Web site at www.itca.org/expo.

23-26—- Kalthoff Spring 98 Engineering Information Technology Forum. Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina. San Diego. This forum will address product data management, engineering document management, Web infrastructure and desktop computer-aided design. For more information, call (513) 794-3367 or visit www.kalthoff.com.

24-25—- Disaster Preparedness and Response for Records Managers. National Archives and Records Administration. Archives II Building. College Park, Md. For more information, contact Scott Roley, (301) 713-7200, Ext. 249; e-mail, scott.roley@arch2.nara.gov.

24-26—- FOSE '98. This conference features exhibits by more than 400 technology vendors, plus free education seminars. For more information, call (800) 791-FOSE.

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