The calendar

Aug. 29

Forum: Input Inc. Federal Executive Lunch with Patrick Pizzella, Labor Department chief information officer, at the Marriott at Metro Center, Washington. Contact Dana Broersma at 703-707-3543, or visit

Aug. 31-Sept.1

Seminar: Timekeeping and Labor Regulations for Federal Contractors, at the Center for Innovative Technology, Herndon, Va. Contact Sandra Blake at 703-993-4800, or visit

Sept. 1

Lunch: Afcea Washington presents keynote speaker is Dionel Aviles, undersecretary of the Navy, at the Pentagon City Ritz Carlton, Arlington, Va. Contact Adrienne Osterhuber at 703-883-9000, ext. 131, or visit

Sept. 7

Conference and exhibit: Digital Makeover: The Office of the Future is Now, sponsored by the Herndon Dulles Chamber of Commerce, Empire Technologies and Virginia's Center for Innovative Technology, at the Center for Innovative Technology, Herndon, Va. Contact Eileen Curtis at 571-323-5301, or visit

Sept. 8

Briefing: Executive breakfast for software publishers: Strategic Sourcing of Software in the Federal Market ­ Are You Ready? Speakers include Steve Charles of immixGroup Inc. and representatives from the Defense Department's enterprise software initiative and the General Services Administration's SmartBUY program, on the federal government's software strategic sourcing initiatives. To be held at immixGroup, McLean, Va. Contact Maria Cooke at 703-752-0623, or visit

Sept. 12-13

Workshop: Homeland Security Workshop. Homeland Security Department officials discuss getting grants for focuses on identifying, buying, and funding chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive detection and decontamination equipment, services and training. Sponsored by the National Electronic Commerce Coordinating Council, National Association of Counties, Public Technology Institute and U.S. Communities, at the City Museum, Washington. Contact Evie Barry at 859-276-1147, or visit

Sept. 13

Gubernatorial Debate: Tim Kaine (D) and Jerry Kilgore (R), candidates for governor of Virginia debate, moderated by Tim Russert, at the Hilton McLean Tysons Corner, McLean, Va. Contact Ashlie Vickers at 703-752-7530,

Sept. 13-14

Conference: International Conference on Enterprise Transformation, focusing on service-oriented architecture for federal agencies and protecting shared information assets, at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Washington. Contact Nicole Peterson at 703-247-9474, or visit

Sept. 13-15

Annual meeting: Federal Laboratory Consortium Mid-Atlantic Region, for technology transfer, licensing and commercialization professionals, at the Rocky Gap Resort, Cumberland, Md. Contact John Eichelberger at 407-947-6443, or visit http://www.

Sept. 13-15

Conference: Performance Measurement for Government, with speakers from the Defense Department, U.S. Postal Service, Intel, City of Baltimore and others at the Doubletree Hotel Crystal City, Arlington, Va. Contact the conference director at 888-362-7400, or visit

Sept. 15

Career talk: Women in Technology presents speakers Allie Bowling on humor, Sandy Strauss on connection building, Susan Trivers on communication, and Annette Dubrouillet on creative thinking, at the Doubletree Hotel and Executive Meeting Center, Falls Church, Va. Contact Kristin Crane, 202-772-2523, or visit

Orientation meeting: Women in Technology's new and prospective member orientation at the Doubletree Hotel and Executive Meeting Center, Falls Church, Va. Contact Kristin Crane, 202-772-2523, or visit

Sept. 18-20

Forum: secureGOV 2005 features senior security officials from federal, state and local government agencies at the Homestead Resort, Hot Springs, Va. Contact Rebecca Pazik at 312-588-1104, or visit

Sept. 18-23

Conference: NIP21, the International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies, sponsored by the Society for Imaging Science and Technology and the Imaging Society of Japan, will present papers 200 scientists, engineers and other imaging ex-perts, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Baltimore. Contact Eric Stelter at 585-726-7430, eric_stelter@ or visit

Sept. 21

Solution Series: Security. An examination of security contracting opportunities at the Homeland Security Department, sponsored by Washington Technology, at the Fairview Park Marriott, Falls Church, Va. Contact marketing at 202-772-2500, or visit

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