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Jan. 17

Panel Discussion: Growing your business through mergers and acquisitions with moderator Daniel Weitzel of the Enterprise Business Law Group. To be held at Grant Thornton, Vienna, Va. Contact Nicole Bono at 703-904-7878, nbono@nvtc.org or visit online.nvtc.org.

Audio Conference: Acing the Audit: Expert Advice for the Post-Katrina Regulatory Environment, from 2pm to 3pm EST. Contact Jessica Simmons at 800-260-1545, con@ucg.com or visit www.gcionline.net.

Luncheon: Input Federal Executive Luncheon with Emily Murphy, chief acquisition officer, General Services Administration, at the Marriott at Metro Center, Washington. Contact Dana Broersma at 703-707-3543, dbroersma@input.com or visit murphy.input.com.

Jan. 19

Conference: Base Realignment and Closure: Moving Forward with IT, on the impact of BRAC on IT use in the defense community, at the Ritz Carlton, Arlington, Va. Contact Dana Broersma at 703-707-3543, dbroersma@input.com or visit murphy.input.com.

Jan. 21-23

Conference: Open Source in the Enterprise will focus on methods of securing business-critical applications for Open Source. To be held at the Omni San Francisco Hotel, San Francisco. Contact Bill Kanerva at 514-289-9700, x236, WilliamK@marcusevansmo.com or visit www.marcusevansbb.com.

Jan. 24

Breakfast: Input Federal Executive Breakfast with John Garing, CIO and director for strategic planning, Defense Information Systems Agency, at the Fairview Park Marriott, Falls Church, Va. Contact Dana Broersma at 703-707-3543, dbroersma@input.com or visit garing.input.com.

Jan. 24-25

Conference: Tactical Power Sources Summit targets batteries and fuel cells as well as alternative energy sources. To be held at the Ronald Reagan Building, Washington. Contact Elizabeth Madden at 800-882-8684, elizabeth.madden @idga.org or visit www.idga.org.

Jan. 26

Breakfast: Input Federal Executive Breakfast with David Ames, deputy CIO, State Department, at the Fairview Park Marriott, Falls Church, Va. Contact Dana Broersma at 703-707-3543, dbroersma@input.com or visit ames.input.com.

Feb. 2

Breakfast: Input Federal Executive Breakfast with Lt. General Steven Boutelle, Army CIO, at the Fairview Park Marriott, Falls Church, Va. Contact Dana Broersma at 703-707-3543, dbroersma@input.com or visit boutelle.input.com.

Feb. 15

Breakfast: Input and IT Association of America State Executive Breakfast with John Picanso, CIO for Colorado, at the Denver Marriott City Center, Denver. Contact Dana Broersma at 703-707-3543, dbroersma@input.com or visit picanso.input.com.

Breakfast: Input and IT Association of America State Executive Breakfast with Lemuel Stewart Jr., Virginia CIO, at the Fairview Park Marriott, Falls Church, Va. Contact Dana Broersma at 703-707-3543, dbroersma@input.com or visit stewart.input.com.

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