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DECEMBER 3-4, 2001

"CDM: Data Acquisition for the Sustainment Environment" Symposium

Event #2010

Marriott Bay Point Resort & Conference Center

Panama City, FL

Regular Fees:

Member               $420
Non-Member           $465
Government/Academia  $345

This symposium will yield valuable insight into managing lifecycle data and data products. Explore issues that have a major impact on the way that government and industry do business! If you are a government or industry Configuration Management or Data Management practitioner, a project or program manager, or an information technology professional, this is a "don't-miss" event!

A CDM Certification Preparation course and Examination will follow the symposium for a separate fee.

DECEMBER 10-12, 2001

Chemical Biological Defense Industrial Base Symposium

Event #2030

Little Rock/Pine Bluff, AR

Regular Fees:


Member                    $355
Non-Member                $385
U.S. Government/Academia  $275

The objective of this conference is to establish dialogue for government and industry to discuss Industrial Preparedness, Readiness and Sustainment for CB Defense, identify challenges for maintaining a viable CB industrial base in the future, and to promote avenues of partnering opportunities with Industry.

JANUARY 27-29, 2002

Tactical Wheeled Vehicles Conference

Event # 2530

Monterey, CA

Regular Fees

Member           $545
Non-Member       $600
U.S. Government  $315

This annual seminar historically has brought the military service, industry, prime contractors, subcontractors, and their suppliers together to discuss present and future wheeled vehicle requirements for all services. It has afforded an atmosphere for open discussions between the customers and the suppliers based on the needs of the military users.

FEBRUARY 5-7, 2002

Science and Engineering Technology/DOD Tech Expo

Event #2720

Charleston, SC

Regular Fees

Member           $525
Non-Member       $555
U.S. Government  $395

The continued technological superiority of the U.S. will depend on rapidly exploiting critical commercial technology for military purposes This conference will cover ways the S&T and R&D communities work together to rapidly assimilate developments in techno1ogy into the military infrastructure. …

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