Events

Oct. 22:"Discovery Science: Harnessing Innovation" is the theme of the Technology Council of Maryland's annual BioForum, to be held at Martins Crosswinds, Greenbelt, Md. Speakers include Wayne Hockmeyer of MedImmune Inc. and James Rogan, director of the Patent and Trademark Office. For more information, visit http://www.mdhitech.org.

 

Oct. 23:Northern Virginia Technology Council presents "Emerging Business Network," sponsored by Fortivo. To be held at the Deloitte & Touche Development Center, McLean, Va. For more information, contact Stacey Williams (703) 904-7878 ext. 208, e-mail swilliams@nvtc.org or visit http://online.nvtc.org/calendar/geteventinfo.cfm?event=OCT23-EMB.



Oct. 24:The National Capitol Region's Data Management Association hosts "Business Intelligence from Theory to Reality Seminar" at the Bureau of Labor Statistics Conference Training Center in Washington. Contact Tom McCullough (703) 762-0036, e-mail Tom.McCullough@si-intl.com or visit http://www.damancr.org/Programs/Schedule.htm#October_24,2002.



FONT SIZE=2>Oct. 28-31:KMWorld & Intranets 2002 will take place at the Santa Clara, Calif., Convention Center. For more information, contact Bob Miko (203) 378-2803, cell phone (203) 829-5613 or e-mail bmiko@pacificdialogue.com.

Oct.29:Northern Virginia Technology Council presents "Tech & Treat," its annual fall banquet, at the McLean Hilton in McLean, Va. For more information, contact Shannon Burke (703) 904-7878 ext. 202, e-mail: sburke@nvtc.org or visit http://online.nvtc.org/calendar/geteventinfo.cfm?event=OCT29-BANQ.



Nov. 5-6The 16th annual Mid-Atlantic Intelligence Symposium is presented by the Central Maryland Chapter of AFCEA. The conference theme is "Today's Intelligence -- New Realities, New Expectations." To be held at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, Laurel, Md. Call Laurie Villano (301) 543-4405, e-mail Villano_laurie@BAH.com or visit http://www.afcea-central-md.org.



Nov. 5-7:Federal CTO Forum presents "Partnering on the Front-lines" at the Renaissance Washington, D.C., Hotel. Contact Suzanne O'Leary (303)402-6920, e-mail suzanne@vanheyst.com or visit http://www.vanheyst.com/CTOForum.



Nov. 12-13:The E-Business Project Management Symposium seeks to provide best-practices information that you can use to manage an e-business application deployment. To be held at Aspira Inc. of New Jersey Community Technology Center in Newark. Contact Keith Young (313) 867-6692, e-mail keiyoung@integritysolution.com or visit http://www.integritysolution.com/BDPANYC.htm.

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