The calendar

Sept. 13

Seminar: Can you afford to lose your General Services Administration contract? Aronson and Co. GSA Schedule Consulting Group discuss the current contracting environment, risks and how to prepare for them, at the Tower Club, Vienna, Va. Contact marketing assistant at 301-231-6298, or visit

Sept. 13-14

Conference: International Conference on Enterprise Transformation, focusing on service-oriented architecture for federal agencies and protecting shared information assets, at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Washington. Contact Nicole Peterson at 703-247-9474, or visit

Sept. 13-15

Annual meeting: Federal Laboratory Consortium Mid-Atlantic Region, for technology transfer, licensing and commercialization professionals, at the Rocky Gap Resort, Cumberland, Md. Contact John Eichelberger at 407-947-6443, or visit

Conference: Performance Measurement for Government, with speakers from the Defense Department, U.S. Postal Service, Intel, City of Baltimore and others at the Doubletree Hotel Crystal City, Arlington, Va. Contact the conference director at 888-362-7400, or visit

Sept. 15

Career talk: Women in Technology presents speakers Allie Bowling on humor, Sandy Strauss on connection building, Susan Trivers on communication, and Annette Dubrouillet on creative thinking, at the Doubletree Hotel and Executive Meeting Center, Falls Church, Va. Contact Kristin Crane, 202-772-2523, or visit

Orientation meeting: Women in Technology's new and prospective member orientation at the Doubletree Hotel and Executive Meeting Center, Falls Church, Va. Contact Kristin Crane, 202-772-2523, or visit

Career fair: Washington Post MEGA Defense Technology Career Fair, at Hilton McLean Tysons
Corner, McLean, Va. Security clearance required for admittance. Contact Nicole Marshall at 202-334-6874, or visit

Tech talk: Radio frequency identification solutions from Hewlett-Packard Co., at the HP Center for Public Sector IT Thought Leadership, Washington. Contact Andrea Welch at 866-474-6864, or visit

Sept. 18-20

Forum: secureGOV 2005 features senior security officials from federal, state and local government agencies at the Homestead Resort, Hot Springs, Va. Contact Rebecca Pazik at 312-588-1104, or visit

Sept. 18-23

Conference: NIP21, the International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies, sponsored by the Society for Imaging Science and Technology and the Imaging Society of Japan, will present papers 200 scientists, engineers and other imaging experts, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Baltimore. Contact Eric Stelter at 585-726-7430, or visit

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Sept. 27-28

Conference: IDEAS 2005, a two-day educational conference and technology showcase on compliance to the Americans with Disabilities Act, at the Washington Convention Center, Washington. Free. Contact Naeema Long at 202-772-2500, or visit

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