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April 5-7

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

April 10-15

Conference: 2005 UseNix Annual Technical Conference, featuring presentations and training on new research and cutting-edge technology practices, at the Marriott Anaheim, Anaheim, Calif. Contact Conference Department at 510-528-8649, :conference@usenix.org or visit www.usenix.org.

April 12
Conference: Federal Sources Inc.'s Federal Outlook, offers analysis of the 2006 federal IT budget, features speakers Rep. Tom Davis (R-Va.), David Savafian, administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, others, at the McLean Hilton, McLean, Va. Contact Danielle Tupper at 703-610-8758, tupperd@fedsources.com or visit www.fedsources.com.

April 13

Seminar: Controlling Complexity and Effectively Managing the Enterprise with ITSM and HP OpenView. WTOP live government round table and ITSM's impact on the public sector, at Maggiano's Little Italy, Washington. Contact Andrea Welsh at 866-474-6864, hpevents@cmai.com or visit h30046.www3.hp.com.

April 14

Seminar: Managing E-Mail and E-Records, focuses on what information managers need to know about managing e-records and information privacy, at the University of Maryland Shady Grove Conference Center, Rockville, Md. Contact Carol Agayoff at 301-444-8190, gburgarma@yahoo.com or visit www.armamar.org.

April 14-15

Conference: ETS III: Advancing the Sensor Web, on the next generation of applied sensor technology for wireless, location-aware networks in intelligent transportation systems, utilities,
weather prediction and defense and intelligence applications. At the Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington. Contact Elizabeth Roberts at 303-337-0513, ets3info@opengeospatial.org or visit www.gita.org/events/ets/iii.

April 17-21

Conference and Expo: 25th AFCOM Data Center World, awards presentations and educational sessions and tutorials on security and risk assessment, automation, data center infrastructure, configuration and facility management, performance auditing, disaster recovery, job scheduling and budgets, at the Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas. Contact Jill Eckhaus at 714-997-7966, jeckhaus@afcom.com or visit www.afcom.com.

April 18-19

Forum: Managerial Cost Accounting for Government, by the Performance Institute, offers information on how to streamline management processes to improve productivity, at the Performance Institute, Arlington, Va. Contact Munir Haddad at 703-894-0481, haddad@performanceweb.org or visit www.performanceweb.org.

April 18-22

Conference: Defense Department Identity Protection and Management, with updates on DOD plans, implementation and vision on its public key infrastructure, and smart-card and biometric technology implementation. At Disney's Coronado Springs Resort, Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Contact Joseph Lisi at 410-854-4903, jtlisi@missi.ncsc.mil or visit www.iaevents.com/pke05.

April 19

Conference: National Bureau of Economic Research's Innovation Policy and the Economy, an annual forum bringing the work of leading academic and policy researchers to an audience of policy makers and those interested in the interaction between public policy and innovation. Speakers include Richard Gilbert, former deputy assistant attorney general for antitrust, Richard Freeman of Harvard and Raghuram Rajan, economic counselor and director of the research department of the International Monetary Fund. At the National Press Club, Washington. Contact Rob Shannon at 617-868-3900, rshannon@nber.org or visit www.nber.org.

April 21-22

Workshop: Government Software Project Management Training for government project managers, at the Willard Intercontinental Hotel, Washington. Contact Art Chantker or Tina Matthews at 703-683-5561, training@potomacforum.org or visit potomacforum.org.

May 1-3

Conference: architectureGOV 2005 strategic intelligence meeting to government chief architects and enterprise architecture officials present and discuss the latest strategies, best practices and technologies for effective EA implementation and management. At the Homestead Resort, Hot Springs, Va. Contact Rebecca Pazik at 312-588-1104, rebeccap@convurge.com or visit www.architectureGOV.info.

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