Agenda

MAY 1999

4 Electronic Filing: The Momentum Builds. Marriott at Metro Center. Washington, D.C. This is the spring meeting of the Council for Electronic Revenue Communication Advancement. Call (703) 684-3153.

4 Penetrating the Federal Market as a GSA Schedule Holder. Atlanta Crown Plaza Ravinia Hotel. Atlanta, Ga. Call (404) 633-9739.

4-5 Fourth Annual Government Learning Technology Symposium. Gallaudet University. Washington, D.C. Call (202) 314-3462; Web, www.fgdla.org/glts99.htm.

5 E-business: Providing Interactive Electronic Services to the Public. Marriott Metro Center. Washington, D.C. Call (301) 320-4397; Web, www.digitalgovernment.com.

6-7 Opportunities in Government Outsourcing. Sheraton Premier. Tysons Corner, Va. Call (303) 575-1560; Web, www.ucg.com/govt/outsource.html.

11-13 Federal Wireless Users' Forum. Westin Francis Marion Hotel. Charleston, S.C. Call (301) 688-0292.

18 Spring 1999 Year 2000 Government/Industry Forum. Mitretek Systems. McLean, Va. Call (703) 610-2913; Web, y2k.fts.gsa.gov/forums/may1999/index.html.

23-26 Spring 1999 Government CIO Summit. St. Petersburg Bayfront Hilton. St. Petersburg, Fla. The summit's theme is "The Information Utility: Ensuring Service Levels and Creating Business Value." Topics will include processing and bandwidth capacity planning, and technology and market trends. For more information, call (703) 876-5081; Web, www.fcw.com/cio/upcoming/s99content.htm.

-- For a more extensive list of upcoming events, visit www.fcw.com and select IT Daybook/Agenda.

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