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Washington Technology's latest Solution Series discussed continuity of operations and disaster recovery, at the Fairview Park Marriott in Falls Church, Va., Feb. 15.

Attendees started off with breakfast.

(From left to right) Series panelists Mike Cook of Hughes Network Systems, Vic Burger of CDW-G and Manny Cabazes of IBM Corp.

Tom Temin, PostNewsweek Tech Media senior vice president and executive editor of Washington Technology, addresses the crowd.

Photos by Rick SteeleFran O'Brien's Stadium Steakhouse in downtown Washington was the scene Feb. 15 for a sendoff party for Ed Meagher. He is leaving the Veterans Affairs Department to become the deputy CIO at the Interior Department.

(From left to right) Hershel Gober of Hershel Gober Associates, chats with Toni and Ed Meagher.

Former Chief of Staff Guy McMichael (left) and Hershel Gober of Hershel Gober Associates (right)

(From left to right) Joe Draham of GTSI Corp., Mitzi Meade of PricewaterhouseCoopers and Joe Zieleniewski.

PanAmSat's subsidiary, G2 Satellite Solutions in Washington, is working with the Freedom Calls Foundation (www.freedomcalls.org) to connect troops and their families with a network of satellite-based videoconferencing, telephone and Internet access.  More than 40,000 soldiers and Marines stationed in the Middle East use the service for free. Here, a mother shows off her new baby. The network also lets troops participate in milestone events such as births, birthdays, weddings and graduations. It will soon be expanded to include installations at U.S. military hospitals.

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