The Calendar

Dec. 14

MIT Enterprise Forum annual holiday gala and 2005 kickoff panel discussion Perspectives on the Future: Wireless Made Possible, at George Mason University Law Center, Arlington, Va. Free to members, but RSVP necessary. Contact Jennifer Quasdorf at 202-342-8415, jennifer@sightlinemarketing.com or visit mitef.org.

Input Executive Breakfast with John Johnson, assistant commissioner, General Services Administration Federal Technology Services, 7:00 a.m. at the Fairview Park Marriott, Falls Church, Va. Contact Jessica Reinauer at 703-707-3673, events@input.com or visit johnson.input.com.

Jan. 10-12

4th Annual Government Convention on Emerging Technologies, focusing on new intelligence data handling technology for the national security community, at the Anaheim Marriott Hotel, Anaheim, Calif. Contact Howard Blumberg at 888-603-8899, hblumberg@ncsi.com or visit www.ncsi.com/govcon05.

Jan. 26-27

Network Centric Warfare 2005, keynote by George Tenet, former CIA director, at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Washington. Contact Shayla Woods at 800-882-8684, info@idga.com or visit www.ncw2005.org.

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