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Students work in the "What is Engineering?" class, part of the HeadsUP summer program for high school students offered by the Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering in Baltimore.

From left, Jacob Finkelstein and James Cooper work on a

From left, Alma Pinto, Hector Behoudou, Dr. Muhammad Kehnemouyi and Dave Warshawsky.

From left, Alma Pinto, Dave Warshawsky and Hector Behoudou test a bridge.

Photos by Will KirkSeveral hundred feds joined vendors, academics and other experts this month in Cambridge, Md., for the Interagency Resources Management Council's annual conference, titled "The Business of Government: NOT Business as Usual."

IRMCO Conference participants gather.

From left, Lee Spicher, Jacqueline Jones and Bill Tate, all of HHS.

Annette Shinafelt (left) and Lisa Cliff of IAE.

From left, Ann McDaniel of PostNewsweek, David Bibb of GSA and Bob Woodward of the Washington Post.
Finalists for the 2004 Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards were announced Sept. 15 at the Ritz-Carlton Tysons Corner in McLean, Va. Washington Technology hosted the event in partnership with the Professional Services Council and the Northern Virginia Government Contractors Council.

Steve LeSueur of Washington Technology (left) and Janet Samuelson of Service Source.

From left, Steve Sorett of McKenna Long & Aldridge, Greg Wager of Marsh Inc. and Ron Smith of MAP ROI Systems.

From left, Gail Rissler of McDonald Bradley, Kenneth Bartee of McDonald Bradley and Tom Temin of PostNewsweek Tech Media.

Photos by Rick Steele

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