If you get this message, we're at FOSE ... why aren't you?

Steve LeSueur

Don't try to call the Washington Technology office this week. We'll be at FOSE, checking out the latest technologies and talking with industry and government leaders about their plans for the future.

FOSE, a showcase for government technology vendors and integrators, runs March 23-25 at the Washington Convention Center. We know from experience that many of our readers will be there as participants and visitors at the exhibitions. Those of you who can't attend should visit our Web site (www.washingtontechnology.com), because we'll be providing daily coverage of the news and events from FOSE.

FOSE, by the way, is owned by PostNewsweek Tech Media, which publishes Washington Technology and Government Computer News. 

A short note to my bosses: Don't worry, there really will be someone answering the phones and covering other breaking news at Washington Technology this week. But you'll have to get your own coffee.

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