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PostNewsweek Tech Media and the General Services Administration sponsored IDEAS 2003 at the Washington Convention Center Nov. 5 and 6. Attendees heard Section 508 updates, discussed best practices for implementing procurement rules and explored technologies that enable equal IT access for people with disabilities.






Jason Taylor of UsableNet (left) and Joseph Machovec of the Defense Department.
From left, Dinah Cohen of the Defense Department, Ben Wu of the Commerce Department and Dave Greene of PostNewsweek.
From left, P.J. Edington of IBM, Craig Luigart of Veterans Affairs and Bill Howell of PostNewsweek.
Terry Weaver of the General Services Administration and Jeff Muehleib of Hewlett-Packard.
G. Martin Wagner of GSA was among the speakers.



Photos by Henrik G. de Gyor and Olivier DoulieryUnisys Corp. hosted a panel to discuss "Federal Enterprise Architecture: Government Gets Down to Business," at the St. Regis hotel in Washington Nov. 6.





Panelists, from left: Venkatapathi Puvvada of Unisys, Thom Rubel of Meta Group, Christopher Baum of Gartner Research and the moderator, Forbes publisher Rich Karlgaard.
From left, Forbes' Rich Karlgaard, Kerry Baker and Greg Baroni of Unisys, and Patrick Shaumbach, CIO of the Transportation Secretary Administration.
Caspar Weinberger, Forbes chairman and former Secretary of Defense (left), and Ira Kirsch of Unisys.



Photos by J. Adam Fenster
A ribbon-cutting ceremony Nov. 4 marked the opening of Anteon International Corp.'s new offices on New Jersey Ave. SE in the District of Columbia.






From left, D.C. Deputy Mayor ElChino Martin, Anteon Group Senior Vice President Marcus Collier, D.C. Mayor Anthony Williams and Anteon Group President Deborah Alderson.
Anteon's William Cobb (left) and Buzz Johnson.
Anteon's Scott Truver (left) and Paul Cooksey.
Arleigh Closser of Anteon (left) and Al Bacon of the Defense Programs Center for Security Strategies and Operations.



Photos by Susan Whitney

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