Agenda

20 Conference on Implementing Electronic Records Management: The State of the Art. Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center. Washington, D.C. Presented by J. Timothy Sprehe, president of Sprehe Information Management Associates, and Charles R. McClure, distinguished professor at Syracuse University. Sponsored by the Federal Internet Institute, Syracuse University, the Council for Excellence in Government and the Commerce Department's STAT-USA. For more information, call (301) 320-4397; Web, www.federalinstitute.com.

20-21 Implementing the Balanced Scorecard in Government Agencies. Madison Hotel. Washington, D.C. The International Quality and Productivity Center is hosting this event, which will examine the role of the balanced scorecard in measurement-managed strategic planning. For more information, call (800) 420-2145; Web, www.iqpc.com.

20-21 Information Technology Procurement in the Federal Government. Hyatt Regency Reston. Reston, Va. Conducted by Terry Kelly Associates Inc., this seminar, designed for government and industry, will provide information on selling to, or buying for, the federal government. An additional seminar will be held Oct. 19-20. For information, call (703) 450-6048.

20-21 Basic Records Operations. National Archives and Records Administration. Archives II Building. College Park, Md. For more information, call George Chalou, (301) 713-7100, Ext. 259; Web, www.nara.gov/nara/rm/tb98.html.

20-22 NCMA Seminar on Source Selection: The New Process. Doubletree Hotel. Washington, D.C. This seminar is for those who need to understand the federal government's source-selection process with an emphasis on the new FAR Part 15 "Contracting by Negotiation" rules. For more information, visit the National Contract Management Association's Web page at www.ncmahq.org.

21-23 Leveraging Intelligent and Emerging Technology to Support 21st Century Leaders. Industrial College of the Armed Forces. National Defense University, Fort McNair. Washington, D.C. This will be a conference for people interested in leveraging technology in organizations. The conference will include two days emphasizing technology and executive decision-making and a third day showcasing Defense Department artificial-intelligence projects. For information, call Barbara Buchanan, (202) 685-4426; Web,extranet.ndu.edu/keg.

21-23 Focus on the Future. Ronald Reagan International Trade Center. Washington, D.C. The Treasury Department combines its annual partnership and information technology conferences into this three-day event. For information, call Nomiki Handakaros, (800) 878-2940, Ext. 238.

22 Advanced Records Operations. National Archives and Records Administration. Archives II Building. College Park, Md. For more information, call George Chalou, (301) 713-7100, Ext. 259; Web, www.nara.gov/nara/rm/tb98.html.

26-30 The 15th National Conference on Artificial Intelligence. Monona Terrace. Madison, Wis. Sponsored by the American Association for Artificial Intelligence. For information, visit www.aaai.org.

28-29 How to Integrate Technology-Assisted Learning Into Government Training and Knowledge Transfer Programs. Sheraton City Centre. Washington, D.C. This program will explain what technology-assisted learning means and explore how to execute first-rate technology-assisted training programs. The theme of this event is "Leveraging New Technologies to Achieve Ideal Learning Programs for Federal, State and Local Government Employees." For information, call (800) 882-8684; Web, www.iqpc.com.

-- For a more extensive list of upcoming events, visit FCW's Web page at www.fcw.com.

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