CONFERENCES MAY 30-31
The National Research Council's Federal Facilities Council is sponsoring Federal Facilities Beyond the 1990s, a symposium to discuss perspectives on issues such as technologies for effective facilities management, federal procurement reform, project delivery systems and customer service approaches to facilities management. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C. (202) 334-2138.
IBM and KPMG Peat Marwick are sponsoring Tools and Methods for Business Engineering. The conference will feature more than 80 presentations by internationally recognized experts. Renaissance Hotel, Washington, D.C. (703) 761-0646.
The National Institute of Federal Procurement presents The Art of Subcontracting: Keys to Target, Negotiate and Win More Federal Awards. The conference brings subcontracting experts together to give both prime and subcontractors strategies and tips to boost federal awards. Loews L'Enfant Plaza Hotel, Washington, D.C. (800) 929-4824, ext. 684.
The National Research Council's Board on Infrastructure and the Constructed Environment is sponsoring Infrastructure Performance Measures. The symposium will focus on the efforts by the federal, state and local government agencies to develop methods for assessing infrastructure performance. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C. (202) 334-2138.
Launchspace Inc. is presenting three courses at the Holiday Inn in Tysons Corner, Va. Introduction to Space for Non-Technical Professionals, will cover space flight, including current developments and future trends. Launch Vehicle Aerodynamics: Theory, Ground Testing and CFD will cover development of modern techniques and state-of-the-art methods. Intellectual Property-Valuing and Licensing, will cover details of the United States' intellectual property protection system. (800) 553-5907.
The University of California, Berkeley has announced Installation and Management of World Wide Web Servers, a course for companies and individuals interested in publishing on the Internet using the World Wide Web and Mosaic. Radisson Plaza Hotel, Alexandria, Va. (510) 642-6117.
Business Communications Review is holding a seminar on Hands-On Local Area Networks. The seminar will cover design and equipment selection to installation. Sheraton Crystal City Hotel, Arlington, Va. (800) 227-1234.
Learning Tree International is holding Multivendor Networking: Linking PCs, Minis and Mainframes Over Local and Wide Area Networks. .
Learning Tree International is also holding a course on Internet and System Security: Attacks and Countermeasures. Reston, Va. (800) 850-9197.
ERDAS Inc. and SPOT Image are sponsoring New Heights in Imagery and Imaging GIS. The free seminar will feature interactive demonstrations to reveal how ERDAS and SPOT can take projects to new heights with leading-edge technologies. The Reston Sheraton International, Reston, Va. (800) ASK-SPOT.
Dataware Technologies is offering a free seminar series on The Real World Use of Internet, CD-ROM and Multimedia. The series offers information about making and saving money using these technologies. Sheraton Crystal City, Arlington, Va. (800) 229-8055.
The Northern Virginia Technology Council and the Century Club are holding the 6th Annual Small Business Technology Showcase. Large, small and emerging technology companies will explore potential strategic alliances. The McLean Hilton, Tysons Corner, Va. (703) 277-7749.
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