Calendar

May 23-25

Conference and Expo: Intelligence Support Systems, international telecom, government, law enforcement and vendors on lawful interception of IP services. At the Marriott Tyson Corner, Vienna, Va. Contact Tatiana Lucas at 703-734-2639, talucas@telestrategies.com or visit www.telestrategies.com.

May 23-26

Conference: 2005 Combat Identifications Systems, a forum for government, industry, academia and NATO countries on current and future state-of-the-art challenges in combat identification, at the Renaissance Portsmouth Hotel and Waterfront Conference Center, Portsmouth, Va. Contact Pamela Myers at 937-254-7050, pmyers@anteon.com or visit www.usasymposium.com.

May 23-27

Conference: LISA Global Strategies Summitt, on implementing global business, at the Radisson Hotel Boston, Boston. Contact Elina Yutelite at 312-881-7318, events@lisa.org or visit www.lisa.org.

May 24

Conference: Maryland's Biotechnology Community: Building on the Foundation, examines ways to build on Maryland's No. 2 ranking in bioscience research and development spending, at the University of Maryland Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center, College Park, Md. Contact Lorie Egan at 301-951-9898, info@mdbizbio.org or visit www.mdbizbio.org.

May 25

Luncheon: GovCon Executive Speaker Paul McNulty, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern district of Virginia, on procurement fraud associated with government programs, at the Hilton McLean Tysons Corner, McLean, Va. Contact Tracie Watts at 703-749-0400, watts@fccc.org or visit www.fccc.org.

June 1-2

Workshop: Securing Voice Over IP, sponsored by CSIA, the University of North Texas, University of Tulsa and George Mason University to discuss VOIP research, regulatory and public policy, at the Hotel Monaco in Washington. Free for government. Contact Kate Garsson at 703-390-1517, garsson@merittgrp.com or visit pfidc.com/voip.

June 2

Technical discussions: Mobile and Wireless ? Secure but Unclassified, sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Co., 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.

Breakfast: Input Federal Executive Breakast with Rosita Parkes, Energy Department chief information officer, at the Fairview Park Marriott, Falls Church, Va. Contact Dana Broersma at 703-707-3543, dbroersma@input.com or visit parkes.input.com.

June 7-8

Conference: Wireless Solutions: Enhancing Mobility, Logistics, Communications and Mission Delivery. Making wireless work for your agency, sponsored by Government Computer News, at the Ronald Reagan Building, Washington. Register at www.gcnconferences.com or call 866-424-5323.

Conference: Federal Acquisition Conference and Exposition, sponsored by the Chief Acquisition Officers Council, Federal Acquisition Institute, General Services Administration and Defense Department, at the Washington Convention Center in Washington. Contact Heather Cameron at 703-558-7881, heather_cameron@sra.com or visit www.fai.gov/face.

June 9

Presentation: 9th Greater Washington Technology Chief Financial Officer Awards, sponsored by the Northern Virginia Technology Council at the Hilton McLean, McLean, Va. Contact Nicole Bono at 703-904-7878, nbono@nvtc.org or visit online.nvtc.org.

June 14

Solutions series: Security. This program examines contracting opportunities at the Homeland Security Department, at the Fairview Park Marriott, Falls Church, Va. Free to government and industry. Contact marketing at 202-772-2500, solseries@postnewsweektech.com or visit www.washingtontechnology.com/forms.

Roundtable discussion: Controlling Complexity. The role of IT Service Management in achieving agility and operational excellence in government, at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Washington. Free. Contact Andrea Welch at 866-474-6864, hpevents@cmai.com or visit h30046.www3.hp.com.

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