Dec. 18

The Federation of Government Information Processing Councils presents the seminar "Bringing Commercial Best Practices to Government: Strategic Sourcing" at the Executive Briefing Center in Falls Church, Va. Contact Jennifer Lord (703) 293-2155, e-mail or go here.


National-Louis University presents "Government Contracting: Technology Contractors Explain How They Got Their Contracts," at the Doubletree Hotel in Tysons Corner, Va. For more information, call Luisa Carneiro (703) 749-3000 ext. 135, e-mail or visit

Jan. 8-10, 2003

The second annual Government Convention on Emerging Technologies features the theme, "Defending America Together ... The New Era." Produced by National Conference Services Inc., sponsors include the Government Emerging Technology Alliance and the Government Expert Planning Committee. To be held at the Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas. Contact David Fisher (301) 596-0770. e-mail or visit

Jan. 14-16

"West 2003" is the AFCEA and U.S. Naval Institute Western Conference and Exposition, to be held at the San Diego Convention Center in California. Contact Pat Holmes (703) 631-6130, e-mail or visit

Jan. 21-23

The 2nd Annual Network Centric Warfare conference will be held at the Sheraton National Hotel in Arlington, Va. Contact Michael Levenberg at (212) 885-2766, or visit .

Wireless Positioning and location-based service applications are the topic of this conference at Hotel Nikko in San Francisco. Contact Ann at (312) 894-6418, or visit .

Jan. 23-24

Competing in the Federal SBIR/STTR Programs will teach attendees how to prepare a competitive SBIR/STTR Phase I and II proposal to any of the participating agencies. To be held at Boar's Head Inn in Charlottesville, Va. For more information, call Michelle Gohlke (804) 371-2748, e-mail or visit HTTP:// .

Jan. 30

NIMA Industry Day features business opportunities with the National Imagery and Mapping Agency. To be held at the Defense Intelligence Analysis Center at Bolling Air Force Base, Washington. For more information, call Tina Schaefer (703) 631-6250, e-mail or visit HTTP:// .

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