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FACE TIME: LOCAL TECH EVENTS

By Face Time: Local Tech Events
Monday, April 18, 2005; Page E05

Tuesday, April 19, Getting Started in the Government Marketplace. Seminar covering key points in getting started in the government marketplace.

6 to 8:30 p.m., Eastern Loudoun Regional Library, 21030 Whitfield Place, Sterling. Sponsor: Loudoun County Small Business Development Center. No charge. Registration is required. Contact: 703-430-7222, sbdc@loudounsbdc.org.

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Wednesday, April 20, Input Federal Executive Breakfast. Seminar on information technology happenings at the Commerce Department. Speaker: Tom Pyke, chief information officer.

7 to 9 a.m., Fairview Park Marriott, 3111 Fairview Park Dr., Falls Church. Sponsor: Input. Cost: Input clients $50; non-clients $65; Walk-ins $75. For registration contact: 703-707-3500. Event Web site: pyke.input.com.

Wednesday, April 20, Small and Medium Companies & Business Start-Ups Achieving Success via Online Auction and E-Commerce Offerings. Seminar will discuss auctions and how business owners can receive valuable services and assistance from a variety of state agencies.

6 to 8 p.m., Auction Safari, 9051 Red Branch Rd., Suite K, Columbia. Sponsors: Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development, Gary Van Hoven and Auction Safari. No charge. Registration is required. Contact: 410-884-2861.

Wednesday, April 20, Marketing on the Internet. Learn how to create a Web identity for your business and effectively use search engines and e-mail marketing.

6 to 8 p.m., the South Fairfax Small Business Development Center at the Community Business Partnership, 7001 Loisdale Rd., second floor, Springfield. Sponsor: the Community Business Partnership. Cost: $35. Contact: Jesse Patton, 703-768-1440. Event Web site: www.cbponline.org.

Thursday, April 21, 21st Century Computer Security & Information Assurance Symposium. Information security experts will discuss cyber challenges including threats to national security, incidents of personal identity theft, and the potential for compromised privacy.

7 p.m., Marymount University's Ballston Campus, 1000 North Glebe Road, Arlington. Sponsor: Marymount University. No charge. Contact: Jami Hill-Smith, 703-284-5902. Event Web site: www.marymount.edu.

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