Calendar

April 22

Intellectual property will be the topic of discussion at this installment of the WIT Lunch Bunch, presented by Women in Technology. The featured speaker will be Cathy Futrowsky of Coudert Brothers LLP. To be held at the Days Hotel & Conference Center in Herndon, Va. For more information, call Women in Technology (703) 683-4003, e-mail staff@womenintechnology.org or visit www.womenintechnology.org.

April 22

AFCEA April luncheon features Army Lt. Gen. Edward Anderson, deputy commander of Northcom. To be held at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel at Pentagon City, Arlington, Va. For more information, call Fred Justice (703) 876-3059, e-mail fjustice@csc.com of visit www.washdcafcea.org.

April 22

A seminar on ESOPs and mergers and acquisitions will be held at the SAIC Conference Facilities in McLean, Va. For more information, call Larisa Shambaugh (202) 530-8920, e-mail lshambaugh@beysterinstitute.org or visit www.beysterinstitute.org/events.asp.

April 22

The MIT Enterprise Forum of Washington and Baltimore will host an EnterpriseLab, featuring VitalSpring, at the NRECA Conference Center in Arlington, Va. For more information, call Jennifer Quasdorf (202) 342-8415, e-mail jennifer@sightlinemarketing.com or visit www.mitef.org.

April 22-24

The National Small Business Innovation Research Spring Conference 2003 will be held at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington, Va. For more information, call Lore-Anne Ponirakis (703) 205-1589, e-mail poniraks@brtrc.com or visit www.dodsbir.net/springconf03.

April 22-25

The O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference will take place at the Westin Santa Clara in California. For more information, call Catherine Dale (707) 827-7184, e-mail cat@oreilly.com or visit conferences.oreillynet.com/etcon.

April 23

The CMA Executive Forum on Homeland Security Enterprise Architecture features Lee Holcomb of the Office of the CIO of the Homeland Security Department. To be held at the McLean Hilton in McLean, Va. For more information, call Heather Berg (703) 917-7724, e-mail register@cmai.com or visit www.cmai.com/events.htm.

April 23

"Primes and Subs Partnering With One Another: The Government Contracting Mating Dance" is the theme of the Northern Virginia Technology Council's eBusiness Morning Forum, presented by the group's Emerging Business Network. To be held at the offices of Acquient in Vienna, Va.
Contact Stacey Williams (703) 904-7878 ext. 208, swilliams@nvtc.org or visit online.nvtc.org/calendar/geteventinfo.cfm?event=EMB1.

April 23

Input Inc. presents an Executive Breakfast with Bobby Brady, deputy chief information officer of the CIA, at the Fairview Park Marriott in Falls Church, Va. For more information, call Elysa Darling (703) 814-8011, e-mail breakfast@input.com or visit www.input.com/breakfast.

April 24

A seminar on using data mining to combat crime and terrorism will take place at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington, Va. For more information, call Al Williams (703) 917-0880 ext. 253, e-mail awilliams@inferx.com or visit www.inferx.com/seminar.htm.

April 25

The Knowledge Exchange will host "Using Teams to Leverage Organizational Knowledge and Create Competitive Advantage." Presented by the Center for Human Capital, Innovation and Technology at the Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland. To be held in College Park, Md. Contact Enid Jones (301) 405-7036, ejones@rhsmith.umd.edu or visit www.rhsmith.umd.edu/knowledgex.

April 28-May 1

The 15th annual Software Technology Conference will take place at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City. For more information, call Angie Griffeth (435) 797-0047, e-mail
angieg@ext.usu.edu or visit www.stc-online.org.

May 5-6

The 2003 Conference on Information Technology Strategies for Social Services will take place at The Performance Institute in Arlington, Va. For more information, call Kara Farina (703) 894-0481, e-mail Farina@Performanceweb.org or visit www.performanceweb.org.

May 6-8

TechNet International 2003, hosted by AFCEA, is for government, military and industry professionals in homeland security, IT, communications, electronics and intelligence. To be held at the Washington, D.C., Convention Center. Contact the AFCEA events department (703) 631-6125, events@afcea.org or visit www.afcea.org.

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