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PostNewsweek Tech Media and the General Services Administration sponsored IDEAS 2003 at the Washington Convention Center Nov. 5 and 6. Attendees heard Section 508 updates, discussed best practices for implementing procurement rules and explored technologies that enable equal IT access for people with disabilities.
| Jason Taylor of UsableNet (left) and Joseph Machovec of the Defense Department.|
| From left, Dinah Cohen of the Defense Department, Ben Wu of the Commerce Department and Dave Greene of PostNewsweek.|
| From left, P.J. Edington of IBM, Craig Luigart of Veterans Affairs and Bill Howell of PostNewsweek.|
| Terry Weaver of the General Services Administration and Jeff Muehleib of Hewlett-Packard.|
| G. Martin Wagner of GSA was among the speakers.|
Photos by Henrik G. de Gyor and Olivier DoulieryUnisys Corp. hosted a panel to discuss "Federal Enterprise Architecture: Government Gets Down to Business," at the St. Regis hotel in Washington Nov. 6.
| Panelists, from left: Venkatapathi Puvvada of Unisys, Thom Rubel of Meta Group, Christopher Baum of Gartner Research and the moderator, Forbes publisher Rich Karlgaard.|
| From left, Forbes' Rich Karlgaard, Kerry Baker and Greg Baroni of Unisys, and Patrick Shaumbach, CIO of the Transportation Secretary Administration.|
| Caspar Weinberger, Forbes chairman and former Secretary of Defense (left), and Ira Kirsch of Unisys.|
Photos by J. Adam Fenster
A ribbon-cutting ceremony Nov. 4 marked the opening of Anteon International Corp.'s new offices on New Jersey Ave. SE in the District of Columbia.
| From left, D.C. Deputy Mayor ElChino Martin, Anteon Group Senior Vice President Marcus Collier, D.C. Mayor Anthony Williams and Anteon Group President Deborah Alderson.|
| Anteon's William Cobb (left) and Buzz Johnson.|
| Anteon's Scott Truver (left) and Paul Cooksey.|
| Arleigh Closser of Anteon (left) and Al Bacon of the Defense Programs Center for Security Strategies and Operations.|
Photos by Susan Whitney