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Suresh V. Shenoy, vice president of corporate marketing for Information Management Consultants Inc. in McLean, Va., will talk about The Impact of Emerging Technologies on Document Management at AIIM '96. McCormick Place North in Chicago. (703) 893-3100.
The Telecommunications Industry Association is hosting The Mechanics of Trade Finance, a conference for high-tech companies interested in exploring international financial sources. City Centre Sheraton Hotel in Washington, D.C. (703) 907-7724.
Business Research Publications Inc. is holding UtiliCom '96, the second annual conference on business opportunities and operational requirements for utilities in telecom and cable TV makers. Washington Marriott in Washington, D.C. (202) 822-MEET.
Advanced Engineering and Research Associates Inc. is sponsoring Federal Training Day at FOSE '96. The event will focus on federal agencies' use of technology to deliver training and improve workers' performance. Washington, D.C. Convention Center. (703) 486-1993.
Miller Freeman Inc. is presenting Embedded Systems Conference East, an educational forum dedicated to the embedded systems industry. Hynes Convention Center in Boston. (415) 905-2354.
NOVA Technology Services Inc. and Microsoft Corp. are co-sponsoring a seminar on Windows NT and the Internet. The free seminar will provide information on understanding the Internet and its potential benefits, creating Web home pages and implementing an Internet server. Columbia, Md. (410) 880-3008.
The George Washington University is holding the 5th Annual Technology and Business Competitiveness Seminar Expo. The topic of the seminar is thriving in the electronic village. GWU's Virginia campus in Ashburn, Va. (703) 729-8300.
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The Washington, D.C., chapter of the Technology Transfer Society is sponsoring an Introduction to Technology Transfer.
THE 10-WEEK COURSE WILL INCLUDE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, LICENSING AND ISSUES IN UNIVERSITY, FEDERAL, STATE AND PRIVATE SECTOR INTERACTION. USDA GRADUATE SCHOOL, CAPITAL GALLERY CENTER CAMPUS. (202) 690-4280.
The American Defense Preparedness Association announced Privatizing Federal Government Operations, an interactive program to help private and public sector executives develop and execute plans to expand or make significant improvements in privatizing federal government operations with savings to the public sector and profit for the private sector. Washington, D.C. (202) 479-4223.
The United States Space Foundation is having a symposium on "Home" Improvement. The event will focus on how space endeavors improve things at home. The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colo. (800) 691-4000.
The Northern Virginia Technology Council announces Electronic Commerce Over the Internet: The Costs and Benefits of a Web Site, a session on how to maximize the effectiveness of electronic commerce and business development initiatives using an Internet Web site. Speakers will comment from the perspectives of an Internet access provider, a Web site creator and a chief information officer. McLean, Va., Hilton. (703) 904-7878.
The Association for Computing Machinery announces the 5th ACM/SIGDA Physical Design Workshop. Sheraton Reston Hotel in Reston, Va. (804) 982-2207.
Women in Technology presents "Looking Outward: New Horizons in International Technology," at 5:30 p.m. at the McLean Hilton in Tysons Corner. Speakers include Gabe Battista, CEO of Cable & Wireless; Janice Obuchowski, president of Freedom Technologies; Julia Spicer, vice president, Public Affairs, GTE Corp.; and Robert Tack, president of Radarsat International. (703) 205-0930, ext. 100.
The Society of Automotive Engineers Inc. is having its 1996 SAE Government/Industry meeting. Andrew H. Card Jr., president and CEO of the American Automobile Manufacturers Association, will give an opening address, which will focus on "international harmonization." The meeting will be held at the Capital Hilton in Washington, D.C. (412) 772-7131.
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