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Nov. 26-30

Conference: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Global
Communications Conference 2007 and Expo with a general symposium; nine
technical symposia and 900 technical papers; tutorials and workshops. The
Expo includes the Access '07 Executive Business Forum, Design &
Developers Forum and industry exhibits; and IEEE EntNet's keynote and
panel sessions. At the Hilton Washington Hotel in Washington. Contact
Heather Ann Sweeney at 212-705-8938, h.sweeney@comsoc.org or visit
http://www.ieee-globecom.org/2007.


Dec. 3-6

Conference: Social Media For Government on using social media to
engage your agency's employees and citizens. Speakers from the CIA,
Library of Congress, Defense Department and the International Association
of Business Communicators offer advice from first-hand experience. To be
held in Washington. For hotel site and other information, contact Kelly
Flynn at 773-695-9400 ext. 18, kelly@aliconferences.com or visit http://www.aliconferences.com.


Dec. 3-8

Conference: Agile Development Practices 2007 Conference for software
professionals investigating or implementing agile development practices,
processes, technologies and leadership principles. At the Shingle Creek
Resort, Orlando, Fla. Contact Megan Rausch at 904) 278-0524,
mrausch@sqe.com or visit http://www.sqe.com.


Dec. 4

Conference: AFCEA 2007 Counterintelligence with overview by Joel
Brenner, national counterintelligence executive, Office of the Director of
National Intelligence, and technology panel moderator John Slattery, deputy
assistant director, Counterintelligence Operations Support, FBI. To be held at
the Lockheed Martin Corp. Campus in Sunnyvale, Calif. Contact Emily Bourke
at (703) 631-6219, ebourke@afcea.org or visit http://www.afcea.org.


Dec. 5

Conference: Green Computing Summit, with keynote speakers John Nyce,
associate director for the Acquisitions Services Directorate, National Business
Center, at the Interior Department; and Ed Pinero, federal environmental
executive of the Office of the Federal Environmental Executive. The conference
focuses on environmentally conscious and financially effective technology
solutions for public-sector information technology managers, at the J.W.
Marriott Hotel in Washington. Contact e-Gov Institute at 703-876-5060, fcwevents@
fcw.com or visit http://www.e-gov.com.


Dec. 6

Seminar: Marketing your small business to government decision-makers in
2008 ? What works, what doesn't and why, at Input Inc. headquarters,
Reston, Va. Contact Input at 888-994-6788, events@input.com or visit
http://www.input.com.


Dec. 10-14

Conference: Defense Spectrum Summit, co-sponsored by the Office of
the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Networks and Information Integration
and the Joint Staff Director for Command, Control, Communications and
Computer Systems and AFCEA International. Focus is "Challenges to
Improved Spectrum Access for the Warfighter ? Implications for the Future of
Net-Centric Military Operations." To be held at the Crystal City Hyatt,
Arlington, Va. Contact Terry Rogers at 703-631-6238, trogers@afcea.org or
visit http://www.afcea.org.


Dec. 17-20

Seminar: Government Program Evaluation and Performance Auditing, to be
held at the Performance Institute, Arlington, Va. Contact Zac Auger at 703-
894-0481, auger@instituteWeb.org or visit http://www.performanceweb.org.

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