The calendar

Oct. 24-26

Conference: Border Management 2005, on use of biometrics and other technologies in border control, with keynote speaker Tom Ridge, former secretary of the Homeland Security Department, at Georgetown University Conference Center, Washington. Contact Shayla Woods at 212-885-2708, or visit

Oct. 25-26

Conference: Federal Information Assurance Conference 2005, focusing on building your government security culture, at the University of Maryland University College, Adelphi, Md.
Contact Bob Jeffers at 800-878-2940, or visit

Oct. 25-27

Conference: Strategic Internal Communications in Government, with speakers from the Army, Ottawa Police Service, Watson Wyatt Worldwide and U.S. Postal Service, at the Holiday Inn National Airport at Crystal City, Arlington, Va. Contact conference director at 773-695-9400, ext. 14, or visit

Oct. 26-27

Conference: Cerca '05: The E-Filing Majority annual conference with IRS Deputy Commissioner Mark Mathews and panel sessions on electronic tax administration, at the Marriott Crystal Gateway Hotel, Arlington, Va. Contact Mike Cavanagh at 703-340-1655, or visit

Oct. 26-28

Meeting: ARIN 16th public policy and members' meeting with discussions on Internet resources and policies, at the Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City, Universal City, Calif. Contact Erin Centanni at 703-227-9878, or visit

Oct. 27

Lunch presentation: FedSources executive luncheon with John Johnson, assistant commissioner, General Services Administration Federal Technology Service, at the Hilton McLean Tysons Corner, McLean, Va. Contact Danielle Jackson at 703-610-8700, or visit

Nov. 1-2

Seminar: Her Summit VI: EMR Functionality, focusing on the return on investment in functional benefits for electronic health records. To be held at the Holiday Inn Select Airport, Indianapolis. Contact Maddy Shedno at 617-964-3923, or visit

Nov. 2

Seminar: Protecting Your Greatest Investment ? Assimilation, on successful employee integration programs, at Tower Club, Vienna, Va. Contact Marjorie Musick at 703-433-9576, or visit

Nov. 14

Conference: Intelligence Analysis and Processing, on policies and technologies for collecting intelligence, with speaker R. James Woolsey, former director of the Central Intelligence Agency, at the Hilton Washington, D.C., Silver Spring, Md. Contact Elizabeth Madden at 800-882-8684, or visit

Nov. 14-16

Conference: Transformation of Government: Savings, Services and Solutions, on practical ways the public and private sectors are changing the business of government. At the Omni Parker House, Boston. Contact Eveanna Barry at 859-296-1622, or visit

Nov. 15

Breakfast seminar: Government Procurement Rules of the Road, common pitfalls for General Services Administration contract holders, with Larry Allen, executive vice president of the Coalition for Government Procurement, at the Tower Club, Vienna, Va. Contact Danielle Jackson at 703-610-8700, or visit

Nov. 17

Meeting: Washington Breakfast Club, with guest speaker from the National Institute of Standards and Technology on new technologies for homeland defense. At the Tower Club, Vienna, Va. Contact Kevin Linck at 301-869-7252, ,a href=""> or visit

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