The calendar

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 9-11

Seminar: Hands-on Knowledge Management, focuses on meeting key KM competencies identified in the Clinger-Cohen Act, taught by International KM Institute Chairman Douglas Weidner, at the University of Maryland University College Inn and Conference Center, College Park, Md. Contact Debbie Stewart at 866-998-7734, admin@usdi.org or visit www.uspdi.org/KM.Isp.

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@potomacforum.org or visit www.potomacforum.org.

March 15

Forum: Linux Cluster. Dell Inc. and its high-performance-computing partners offer technical presentations on building solutions for HPC users, at the Army Navy Country Club, Arlington, Va. Free. Contact Mike Fitzmaurice at 703-549-7313, mfitzmaur@aol.com or visit www.bwbug.org.

March 16

Workshop/networking opportunity with local venture capitalists and angels, entrepreneurs learn to pitch their ideas, 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the George Washington University Club, Washington. Contact Tony Stanco at 202-994-5513, tony@egovos.org or visit lab2ipo.org.

March 20-22

Forum: LearningGOV 2005, offers training, strategies and technologies to help cultivate a savvy workforce and long-term excellence, at the Homestead Resort, Hot Springs, Va. Contact Rebecca Pazik at 312-588-1104, rebeccap@convurge.com or visit www.learningGOV.info.

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.

March 29-31

Convention: 4th Annual Government Convention on Emerging Technologies: Enabling the National Security Community, at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City, Arlington, Va. Contact Howard Blumberg at 301-596-6274, blumberg@ncsi.com.

April 5-7

FOSE 2005 government technology conference and IT exposition, sponsored by PostNewsweek Tech Media, with keynote speakers CEOs Paul Otellini (Intel Corp., as of May 2005), Kevin Rollins (Dell Inc.), Martin Cole (Accenture Ltd. Government) and Bill McDermott (SAP America). Includes project demonstrations by Defense Department and other federal agencies, educational sessions, 500 IT vendors, and new Linux Pavillion. Free to government IT pros, at the Washington Convention Center, Washington. Visit www.fose.com.

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