Agenda

April 13-14 NCMA Contracting Technology 2000 Business Fair. Ramada Inn. Williamsburg, Va. For information, call Charlene Cowman, (804) 915-7281.

13-17 IPIC '98: Pathways to Info 2000. Fairmont Hotel. New Orleans. For information, call (504) 529-7111; Web, www.gitec.org/ipic/meet98/index.htm.

14 Airborne GPS Photogrammetry for GIS. The presentation will briefly review the "Stuttgart Method" for AGPS photo triangulation. Washington, D.C.

For more information, call Rick Yorczyk, (301) 713-3230, Ext. 142; e-mail, rick[email protected]

14-16 Fiesta Informacion '98. San Antonio. Sponsored by the AFCEA Alamo Chapter. For information, call Marie Pierce, (210) 925-4858; Web, www.txdirect.net/afcea/.

15-17 Telecon East. Sheraton Washington Hotel. Washington, D.C. This event will focus on all forms of teleconferencing technology.

For information, call (800) 829-3400; Web, www.abctelecon.com.

16 Using WNRC Services. Washington National Records Center. Building 4205. Suitland, Md. For information, call Victor Wagher, (301) 457-7035; e-mail, [email protected]

16 Women in Technology Meeting. McLean Hilton. McLean, Va. The theme of this meeting is "Network Privacy: The Hype, the Realities, the Issues."

For information, call (703) 267-3579; Web, www.womenintechnology.com.

16-17 NCMA Seminar on Past Performance and Best Value in Source Selection. Doubletree Hotel. Washington, D.C.

This seminar will cover the latest government requirements to evaluate best value and yesterday's performance results when making today's award decisions. For more information, visit the National Contract Management Association's Web page at www.ncmahq.org/.

16-17 The Federal Webmaster's Survival Course. This course provides Webmasters with the basic information they need to manage the content, look and feel of federal Web sites. The course focuses on applicable laws, rules and regulations while examining best industry practices.

For more information, call Michael Balk, (703) 769-5656, (800) 675-3237; e-mail, [email protected]

16-18 Third Annual Geoengineering Summit. Keystone Mountain, Colo. Sponsored by Bentley Systems Inc. For information, call (610) 458-2614; e-mail, [email protected]

17 Government Contracting Course in EDI. Lynchburg Hilton Hotel. Lynchburg, Va. Sponsored by the Procurement Assistance Centers of Petersburg, Va., and Richlands, Va., in conjunction with the Lynchburg Small Business Development Center. For information, visit members.aol.com.ptac111.

17 NCMA Seminar on Oral Proposals. Doubletree Hotel. Washington, D.C. This seminar will cover the basic principles in requesting, evaluating and presenting oral proposals. For more information, visit the National Contract Management Association's Web page at www.ncmahq.org/.

22 Solving Electronic Records Management Issues for Government Web Sites: Policies, Practices and Strategies. Marriott at Metro Center. Washington, D.C. This conference is sponsored by the Federal Internet Institute.

For information, call (301) 320-4397; Web, www.federalinstitute.com.

For a complete list of upcoming events, please check out Agenda on FCW's Web site at www.fcw.com. Please fax Agenda notices to Colleen Kelly at (703) 876-5126.

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