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Oct. 1

Government Computer News is sponsoring a charity golf classic at Raspberry Falls Golf Course in Leesburg, Va. For more information call Claire Callas at (301) 650-2197, e-mail ccallas@gcn.com or visit www.gcn.com.


Oct. 6 - 7

The 14th Mid-Atlantic Intelligence Symposium, "Critical Technologies for the 21st Century ? Strategic Technology Initiatives for the Cryptologic Community," will be held at the Kossiakoff Center at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Md. This event is classified as secret; only U.S. citizens admitted. For information call Nancy Ogilvie at (410) 684-3677 or e-mail nogilvie@csc.com.

Oct. 11 - 13

The MIS Training Institute and the Institute of Internal Auditors are sponsoring the Annual Conference on Audit, Control & Security of Information Systems at the Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel in Arlington, Va. For more information call MIS Training Institute at (508) 879-7999, visit www.misti.com, call the Institute of Internal Auditors at (407) 830-7600 or visit www.theiia.org.

Oct. 12

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology seminar series, "Internet: The Next Generation," will be held at American University in Washington. Irwin Jacobs, chief executive officer of Qualcomm Inc. of San Diego will be the keynote speaker. For more information call (301) 469-9240 or
e-mail gordon.mitclub@worldnet.att.net.

Oct. 29

Washington Technology hosts an executive breakfast briefing focusing on IT education at the Sheraton Premiere in Tysons Corner, Va. The keynote speaker is Thomas Davies, senior vice president of Federal Sources Inc. For information call (703) 848-2800 ext. 400, e-mail marketing@pnbi.com or visit www.wtonline.com.

Oct. 19

The Washington Breakfast Club presents "Current and Evolving State of IT Solutions & Electronic Commerce in GSA's Office of Information Technology Integration, Federal Telecommunications Service," at the Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner, Va. For more information call Kevin Linck at (301) 869-7252, e-mail wbclub@yahoo.com or visit www.syneca.com/wbc.

Oct. 24 - 27

The Information Technology Association of America hosts "Strategic Solutions '99" at the Westin La Paloma Resort in Tucson, Ariz. Keynote presentations will offer insight about emerging industry trends and opportunities for more growth in the new millennium. For additional information call ITAA at (703) 522-5055 or visit www.itaa.org/events/ssindex.htm.

Nov. 1 - 5

The Software Testing Analysis & Review Conference will be held at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose, Calif. For more information call (904) 278-0708, e-mail sqeinfo@sqe.com or visit www.sqe.com/starwest.

Nov. 1 - 5

Next Generation Networks Conference, focusing on future trends in high performance broadband networking, will be held at the Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel in Arlington, Va. For more information, call (800) 227-1234 or visit www.ngn99.com.

 


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