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CONFERENCES
JAN. 19
The Northern Virginia Technology Council is having a Small & Minority Business Forum on Diversifying your Business, From Federal to Commercial. McLean Hilton at Tysons Corner. (703) 904-7878 ext. 104.

JAN. 23
The Northern Virginia Technology Council is having a CFO Forum on Taking It With You: Keys to Maximizing Executive Compensation. A panel of executives will discuss why senior executives should give away their stock, go into business with their kids, stop contributing to a qualified plan, give away their homes and let the company pay their estate taxes. McLean Hilton at Tysons Corner. (703) 904-7878 ext. 104.

JAN. 25
The Northern Virginia Technology Council is having a CIO Forum on Intranet: Enterprise Information Management and the Internet. The program will feature actual on-line demonstrations and discussions regarding the use of Internet capabilities as an enterprise data management tool. CIT Tower Auditorium in Herndon, Va. (703) 904-7878 ext. 104.

JAN. 25-26
The National Computer Security Association announces Firewalls and Internet Security Conference at the Stouffer Renaissance in Crystal City, Va. The conference features the exchange of ideas, policies and methodologies for implementing practical Internet security. (703) 418-6800.

FEB. 12-15
PBX '96 is the sixth annual conference on PBXs and office communication systems, to be held in Washington, D.C. The conference will offer track sessions in computer telephone integration, system management and new technologies. (708) 986-1432.

FEB. 21-23
The Society for Applied Learning Technology presents Orlando Multimedia '96, the 14th annual conference on interactive instruction delivery & distance learning systems. Hyatt Orlando Hotel in Kissimmee, Fla. (800) 457-6812.

SEMINARS
JAN. 24
The Northern Virginia Technology Council is having a CEO Forum on Message Out, Results In. The seminar will focus on how business leaders should use public relations, media and communication skills and techniques to influence the bottom line. The Tower Club in Tysons Corner. (703) 904-7878 ext. 104.

JAN. 29
The Society for Software Quality Inc. is sponsoring a Visual Programming Roundtable Discussion. The event will describe the visual programming methodology and discuss the impact that it has on management of projects and the development and product assurance organizations. Oxon Hill Ramada Inn. (202) 767-2894.

FEB. 8
EIH presents HTML '96 seminar on World Wide Web programming for business. Marketers, advertisers, attorneys, financial executives and others who work within a non-technical environment will be able to learn the language of the World Wide Web. The Philadelphia Marriott Hotel. (202) 775-2355.

FEB. 26
The Association for Work Process Improvement announces the Remittance Processing Fundamentals Seminar. The event will cover the basic areas of concern to a remittance manager. Marriott Crystal Gateway near National Airport. (800) 99TAWPI.

MEETINGS
JAN. 16
The Quality Assurance Association of Maryland is having a meeting on Implementing Software Process Improvements using the Software Engineering Institute Capability Maturity Model at Computer Data Systems Inc. in Rockville, Md. (301) 921-7000.

JAN. 16
MIT Enterprise Forum of Washington-Baltimore presents an entrepreneurial case study at the National Science Foundation in Arlington, Va. Proforce USA will present a business plan to franchise commercial cleaning services and three industry analysts will critique the plan. (703) 741-3509.

JAN. 22-23
The National Research Council is having a meeting on resource sharing in biomedical research. The workshop will examine case studies involving successful large-scale sharing of biological materials, data and instrumentation. National Academy of Sciences Building. (202) 334-2138.

JAN. 23
The Maryland Space Business Roundtable Inc. is having a luncheon meeting on Hybrid Information Infrastructure: A Technology Update. The keynote speaker is Dr. John S. Baras, director of the Center for Satellite & Hybrid Communication Networks at the University of Maryland. Martin's Crosswinds in Greenbelt, Md. (301) 424-0301.

JAN. 25
The Association for Science, Technology and Innovation is having a luncheon meeting with speaker Vary Coates to discuss The Death and Rebirth of the Office of Technology Assessment. Channel Inn, Washington, D.C. (202) 334-2236.

JAN. 29
University of Maryland Baltimore County is having a roundtable on Customer-Driven Entrepreneurial Marketing to discuss the significance of customer-driven marketing. The event will be held at the UMBC campus. (410) 455-2336.

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