Calendar

January 16

Conference: Software as a Service/Gov 2008 with keynote speaker Karen Evans, administrator of E-Government and Information Technology, Office of Management and Budget. To be held at the Ritz-Carlton, Washington. Free to government IT purchasers. Contact Becki Lake at blake@siia.net, Input Inc. at (703) 707-3698, events@input.com or visit http://www.input.com.

January 17

Forum: AeA's Quarterly Government-Industry Executive Interchange for federal government chief information officers, chief procurement and acquisition officers, and private-sector executives to discuss their similar experiences, share insights and exchange best practices. At AeA headquarters in Washington. Contact Goldy Kamali at (202) 682-4432, goldy_kamali@aeanet.org or visit http://www.aeanet.org.

January 17

Breakfast: Washington Breakfast Club with guest speaker Lt. Gen. Jeffrey Sorenson, the Army's chief information officer and deputy chief of staff. To be held at the Tower Club at Tysons Corner, Vienna, Va. Contact Margaret Timberlake at (410) 381-7378, info@theasbc.org or visit http://events.theasbc.org.

January 22-23

Conference: Asset Management Conference and Expo at the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel in Atlanta. Contact Carri Czyzewski at (800) 560-1980, carri@xroadsweb.com or visit http://www.assetexpo.com.

January 30

Expo: Tech Expo Top Secret Career Fair at the Doubletree Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colo. Active security clearance required. Details at http://www.techexpoUSA.com/index_wty.cfm. Contact Chelsea D'Amico at (212) 655-4505, cdamico@techexpousa.com or visit http://www.techexpoUSA.com.

January 30-31

Seminar: World of Government Contracting, introductory course. Learn about case treatment concepts, theory of indirect rates, how to read the Federal Acquisition Regulation, major regulatory compliance requirements and the audits that arise from them. To be held at the Center for Innovative Technology in Herndon, Va. Contact Lee Bennett at (703) 993-4800, abenneta@gmu.edu or visit http://www.ocpe.gmu.edu.

February 11-14

Conference: Performance Measurement for Government, focusing on measuring and monitoring your strategic plan to ensure innovative, efficient government practices. To be held at the Doubletree Hotel Crystal City, Arlington, Va. Contact Kelly Flynn at (773) 695-9400 ext. 18, kelly@aliconferences.com or visit http://www.aliconferences.com.

February 13

Seminar: IPv6: The Future for Dynamic Networks with guest speaker Peter Tseronis, chairman of the Federal IPv6 Working Group, focusing on federal agencies' move to IPv6 by June. To be held at the Grand Hyatt in Washington. Contact Federal Computer Week at (800) 746-0099, fcwevents@fcw.com or visit http://www.e-gov.com.

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