P> CONFERENCES FEB. 28-MARCH 1
Business Research Publications Inc. is holding SuperCarrier '96 - The New Integrated Service Provider. Capital Hilton in Washington, D.C. (800) 822-MEET.
The Society of Manufacturing Engineers is sponsoring an International Conference on Education in Manufacturing at the Town & Country Hotel in San Diego. The conference will gather and disseminate data and models in manufacturing education that enhance and further global productivity and competitiveness. (800) 733-4SME.
The Association of Computing Machinery announces Computer Services Management Symposium '96, sponsored by ACM and special interest group UCCS. Marriott Pavilion in St. Louis. (314) 516-6000.
The Association for Computing Machinery is holding its third conference on Computer & Communications Security, sponsored by ACM and special interest group SAC. Hyatt Regency in New Delhi, India. (301) 236-7583.
The International Institute of Business Technologies presents The International Second Annual Government Financial Managers Conference in Kissimmee, Fla. The event will feature the latest state-of-the-art in government financial management, technologies and standards. (703) 821-1783.
GIS World Inc. announces GIS '96, the 10th annual conference on geographic information systems. The conference is targeted to natural resource professionals concerned with applications of GIS to environmental, forestry and natural resources. Vancouver, Canada. (970) 223-4848.
Miller Freeman Inc. will present PCB Design Conference at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, Calif. The event will feature tools, technologies and services used in the design and manufacture of printed circuit boards. (415) 691-1488.
MIT Enterprise Forum of Washington-Baltimore will present an entrepreneurial case study on Guide America. Industry panelists will critique their plan to collect and maintain a database for use in automobile computers and electronic travel systems. National Science Foundation in Arlington, Va. (703) 741-3509.
The Berkeley Education and Training Center is offering a free seminar on how to use the Internet for your job search at its Alexandria office. (703) 548-9471.
The Northern Virginia Technology Council presents a CIO Forum Special Luncheon Program on "What Keeps Microsoft's CIO Up At Night" with Chris Gibbons, CIO of Microsoft. His talk will focus on information technology challenges at Microsoft, virtual relationships, Microsoft's IT Group and extended enterprise, managing in the distributed world and current strategic IT initiatives. Fairview Park Marriott in Falls Church, Va. (703) 904-7878.
The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics National Capital Section is having a monthly meeting on the status of the national space program. The speaker is the Honorable Lionel "Skip" Johns, Office of Science and Technology, Executive Office of the President. Channel Inn, Pier 7 in Washington, D.C. (301) 595-4177.
The Maryland Space Business Roundtable Inc. presents U.S. Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski at a luncheon meeting. She will discuss the budget outlook for NASA in FY 1997. Martin's Crosswinds in Greenbelt, Md. (301) 424-0301.
The Northern Virginia Technology Council is having a Titans of Technology General Membership Breakfast. Robert Thompson, president of Sprint Business Operations, Long Distance Division is speaking on "Time-Based Competition and Communications as a Strategic Weapon." He will discuss the strategic power of communications. Sheraton Premiere Tysons Corner in Vienna, Va. (703) 904-7878.
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