Calendar

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 18-19

Forum: Strategies for Implementing Knowledge Management, featuring video case studies, interviews with though leaders and interactive workshops on crafting KM initiatives, at the Association of American Railroads, Washington. Contact Connie Paolino at 800-397-9744, info@intervista-institute.com or visit www.intervista-institute.com.

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

Talk: SMP Replacement Strategies Smooth Transition to 64-bit Computing, sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Corp. and covering trends creating requirements for open, standards-based 64-bit platform environments for the federal government, at the HP Center for Public Sector IT Thought Leadership, Washington. Free. Contact Andrea Welch at 866-474-6864, hpevents@cmai.com or visit h30046.www3.hp.com.

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.

April 25-28

Conference: Defense Information Systems Agency Customer Partnership, featuring Defense Department and industry speakers. At the Hyatt Regency at Reunion, Dallas. Contact Gina McGovern at 703-631-6236, gmcgovern@afcea.gov or visit www.afcea.org/disa.

April 27

Panel: Identity Theft: Was ChoicePoint simply the tip of the iceberg? Northern Virginia Technology Council security committee and panel of InfoSec experts discuss identity theft and protection at Science Applications International Corp. Conference Center, McLean, Va. Contact Nicole Bono at 703-904-7878, nbono@nvtc.org or visit online.nvtc.org.

May 1-3

Conference: architectureGOV 2005 strategic intelligence meeting to government chief architects and enterprise architecture officials. At the Homestead Resort, Hot Springs, Va. Contact Rebecca Pazik at 312-588-1104, rebeccap@convurge.com or visit www.architectureGOV.info.

May 2-4

Symposium: Networked Systems Design and Implementation 2005, focusing on design principles of large-scale networks and distributed systems, at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel, Boston. Contact the conference department at 510-528-8649, conference@usenix.org or visit www.usenix.org.

May 3

Roundtable: IT Security and Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance, featuring four panels covering corporate and financial management, internal and external audit, corporate and outside counsel, and information security professionals, at the Ronald Reagan building, Washington. By invitation only. Contact Kevin Gronberg at 202-204-0838, kgronberg@csialliance.org.

May 4-5

Training: Leadership Strategies in the Public Sector. Develop and implement an organizational vision that integrates agency mission, goals and objectives by applying the Office of Personnel Management's executive core leadership qualifications, at the Performance Institute, Arlington, Va. Contact Munir Haddad at 703-894-0481, haddad@performanceweb.org or visit www.performanceweb.org.

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