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Washington Technology Editor Steve LeSueur moderated the panel discussion, "Critical Security Issues Facing City Governments Today" at Federal Sources Inc.'s Annual State of the States Briefing June 8 at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington.

From left, Aldona Valicenti of Oracle Corp., Kevin Neal and Kim Yackovich of Marconi.

From left, Greg Meffert, New Orleans CTO; David Sullivan, Virginia Beach, Va., CIO, and Steve LeSueur of Washington Technology.

Scott Pattison of the National Association of State Budget Officers (left) and Ray Bjorklund of FSI.

Van Phelps of BMC Software (left) and Kevin Shelly of BearingPoint.

Photos by Henrik G. de GyorThe 59th Anniversary Gala Event of Boys' & Girls' Towns of Italy was held June 5 at the Westwood Country Club in Vienna, Va. The World War II-era charity takes in children from all countries and gives them an environment in which to live and learn. Sponsors included Northrop Grumman Corp., DynCorp, Siemens AG and Anteon International Corp.

From left, Phillip Panzarella of Siemens, John Keane, Terry Keane and Bill Moore.

From left, Tana McNeil-Taylor, Hugh Taylor and Tom Arnsmeyer, both of Northrop Grumman Corp.

From left, Jeff Flading of Anteon International, Guy Grater and Ken Dretchen.

Photos by Laurie DeWitt

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