The calendar

May 15-17

Conference: General Services Administration Expo with training sessions on the Federal Procurement Data System-Next Generation and other topics. At the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. Free. Contact Ivy Alston at (703) 284-6984, ivy.alston@sra.com, or visit www.expo.gsa.gov.

Training: "Essentials of Project Management," offered by George Mason University at the Center for Innovative Technology in Herndon, Va. Contact Lee Bennett at (703) 993-4800, ocpecit@gmu.edu, or visit ocpe.gmu.edu/certificate_programs.

May 16

Awards Lunch: Monthly Association for Federal Information Resources Management luncheon to announce the winners of Government Computer News' annual IT Leadership Awards. Speakers include: Peter Tseronis, of the Education Department; Chris Kluckhuhn, of the Coast Guard; George White, of the Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office; and Larry Padgett, of the Palm Beach County Schools in Florida. At George Washington University's Marvin Center Ballroom in Washington. Contact Pava Cohen at (703) 288-1620, ext.121, pcohen@encmarketing.com, or visit www.encmarketing.com.

May 17-18

Summit: 4th annual CCS-Collaborative Communications Summit: Transforming Health Care through Health Care Information Technology, considering what the future health care IT environment will look like. At the Ritz Carlton in Washington. Contact Waco Hoover at (646) 502-7563, info@etaexpo.com, or visit www.ccsexpo.com.

May 22

Breakfast: Input Inc. federal executive breakfast with Dave Bowen, assistant administrator of information services and CIO of the Federal Aviation Administration. At the Sheraton Premiere in Vienna, Va. Contact Input Inc. at (703) 849-9400, events@input.com, or visit input.com.

Conference: 2nd annual Homeland Port Security Conference, hosted by the Naval Institute and the Port of Baltimore. Senior Coast Guard officers will join port administrators and academics to discuss issues about defending U.S. ports. At the Maryland Port Administration Cruise Terminal in Baltimore. Contact Kelly Myers at (410) 295-1047, kmyers@usni.org, or visit www.usni.org/conferences.

May 22-23

Training: "UID BootCamp" with applied, hands-on, interactive training sessions to prepare for implementation of the Defense Department directive requiring Item- Unique Identification standards implementation. At the Richmond Marriott in Richmond, Va. Contact Leah Aspell at (703) 888-1011, laspell@xiostrategies.com, or visit www.UIDforum.com.

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