The calendar

Feb. 22

Tech talk: IT Consolidation, focuses on best practices in servers and storage infrastructure, sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Co. at HP Center for Public Sector IT Thought Leadership, Washington. Contact Andrea Welch at 202-917-7724, pevents@cmai.com or visit h30046.www3.hp.com/campaigns/2005/events/.

Feb. 24

Executive forum: Sponsored by Computer Marketing Associates and featuring speaker John Johnson, assistant commissioner for service development, General Services Administration Federal Technology Service, discussing Networx developments, at McLean Hilton, Vienna, Va. Contact Anton Reut at 703-917-7719, areut@cmai.com or visit www.cmai.com/events/.

March 2-4

Symposium: Security-enhanced Linux, with keynote speaker Daniel Wolf, director of the Information Assurance Directorate at the National Security Agency, discussing the agency's role in software assurance and how emerging technologies help meet network security challenges. At Silver Spring Hilton, Silver Spring, Md. Contact Nancy Carr at 410-889-0990, Ext. 245, info@selinux-symposium.org or visit www.selinux-symposium.org.

March 6-8

Conference: Brainstorm 2005 sixth annual K-12 IT conference for school district IT directors, at the Kalahari Resort, Wisconsin Dells, Wisc. Contact Kevin Capwell at 608-783-4561 or capke@mail.onalaska.k12.wi.us or visit www.onalaska.k12.wi.us/brainstorm.

March 8-9

Conference: Cybersecurity: Secure Government, the Enterprise Approach offers practical security strategies, technologies to counter emerging threats, at the Ronald Reagan Building, Washington. Contact Kirstin Crane at 202-772-2523, kcrane@postnewsweektech.com or visit www.gcnconferences.com.

March 14-15

Workshop: Developing a Data Warehouse Training, includes concepts, terminology, methodology and major functions, and make-or-break dos and don'ts. At the Franklin Square Club, Washington. Contact Art Chantker at 301-279-7704, art@poto-macforum.org or visit www.potomacforum.org.

March 21-22

Seminar: Managing A-76 competitions, includes 2005 Best Practices Forum on how to measure, report and comply with Office of Management and Budget performance and cost-reporting requirements, at the Performance Institute, Arlington, Va. Contact Munir Haddad at 703-894-0481 or haddad@performanceweb.org or visit www.performanceweb.org.

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