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April 21-25

CONFERENCE: National Small Business Week 2008, at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Washington. Contact Ellena
Talbott at (202) 401-8214, ellena.talbott@sba.gov; Susan Walthall at (202) 205-6830, susan.Walthall@
sba.gov; or visit http://www.sba.gov.




April 24

CONFERENCE: Input's sixth annual Federal MarketView 2008, at the Sheraton Premiere, Vienna, Va. Contact
Input at (888) 994-6788, events@input.com or visit http://www.input.com.




April 25

WORKSHOP: International Assessment of Research and Development in Simulation-Based Engineering and
Science Worldwide, at the National Science Foundation, Arlington, Va. Contact Patricia Foland at (410) 467-
9832, ext. 17, pfoland@scienceus.org or visit http://www.wtec.org/sbes.




April 28-29

CONFERENCE: Ninth annual Knowledge Management Conference and Exhibition, with keynote speaker Jeffrey
Taylor, founder of Monster.com and Eons. To be held at the Ronald Reagan Building, Washington. Contact
Federal Computer Week at (800) 746-0099, FCWEvents@fcw.com or visit http://www.e-gov.com.




April 28-May 1

Symposium: Open Standards 2008: Composability within SOA Symposium, exploring technical and business aspects of composability in service-oriented architecture. To be held at the Santa Clara Marriott, Santa Clara, Calif. Contact Jane Harnad at (978) 667-5115, jane.harnad@oasis-open.org or visit events.oasis-open.org.




April 29

Breakfast: GSA Expo highlights with Aronson and Co.'s government contract solutions group, to be held at the Tower Club, Vienna, Va. Contact Miriam at (301) 231-6200, info@aronsoncompany.com or visit http://www.aronsoncompany.com.




April 30-May 1

Conference: NASCIO 2008 Midyear Conference with keynote speaker Vance Hitch, Justice Department chief information officer, at the Marriott Westfields Washington Dulles, Chantilly, Va. Contact Shawn Karrick at (859) 514-9156, s.karrick@AMRms.com or visit http://www.nasio.org.




May 6-7

Conference: Defeating Improvised Explosive Devices, identifying needs and requirements for future counter-IED development. To be held at the Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites, Alexandria Historic District, Alexandria, Va. Contact Ken Hood at (310) 563-1223, hoodk@ttcus.com or visit http://www.ttcus.com.




May 12

Conference: Excellence in Government 2008, focusing on key workforce issues in federal management. To be held at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington. Contact Lauren Taylor at (202) 266-7466, ltaylor@govexec.com or visit http://www.goveexec.com.




May 17

Conference: Toward the Electronic Patient Record to be held at the Broward County Convention Center, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Contact Megan Maguire at (617) 964-3023, megan@medrecinst.com or visit http://www.medrecinst.com.

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