Picture this | New world order

Top: The AeA, formerly the American Electronics Association, held its annual Technology 4 Government Dinner in Washington last month. The featured speaker was Jonathan Schwartz, chief executive officer and president of Sun Microsystems, who spoke about how technology is changing the world.

Bottom: Federal Computer Week Editor-in-Chief Christopher J. Dorobek with Deirdre Murray (left), Ray Baxter (sitting) and Karen Cantwell, all from Sprint Nextel.

Photos by Midd Hunt

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