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TEAM-ADA  October 1997

TEAM-ADA October 1997

Subject:

DON'T MISS FEDERAL OOTS 97' - SPECIAL DISCOUNT

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Brian Correia <[log in to unmask]>

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Brian Correia <[log in to unmask]>

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Sun, 12 Oct 1997 13:32:59 -0400

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Dear Object Technology Professional:

This is your invitation to attend Federal OOTS.  Federal Object Oriented
Technology Symposium (Fed OOTS '97) ARCHITECTURE FRAMEWORKS FOR DISTRIBUTED
OBJECT COMPUTING AND THE NET.  Register by October 31st to receive special
discounted pricing.  This program sold out last year, so register today!!
SEE THE FED OOTS WEB SITE FOR DETAILED CONFERENCE INFORMATION
www.theotg.com   --  Register Today!!  A registration form is on the bottom
of this e-mail.

As the only Object/Web event dedicated to the Federal Technology
Marketplace.  Fed OOTS will take place on December 8th and 9th at the
Radisson Plaza Hotel in
Alexandria, Virginia.

Fed OOTS will be segmented into three tracks highlighting these key areas:
Defense Objects - The next evolution of the DII COE
Intel/Geospatial - Moving mountains of data in a secure world
Business Objects - Best of Commercial Practices for Government and Industry

Each of these tracks will be divided in to four steps, each step delivered
in consecutive half day segments:
1.  Enterprise Architecture, Modeling and Design
2.  Enabling Technologies for the new Internet based Client/Server
3.  Distributed Computing Infrastructure
4.  Data Management, Access & Security

This solutions oriented program, now in its third year, is a step-by-step
educational forum that brings the combined experiences of industry's top
practitioners to bear in a two day forum with specifically designed segments
for IT executives and their IS team.

********** Distinguished Speakers and Program Committee *******************
        Albert Gore, Jr., Vice President, The White House (invited)
        Rob Appelbaum, Chief Systems Architect, Expersoft
        Jim Bain, CISA Architecture Directorate, DIA
        Richard Bolton, Program Manager, NIIIP
        A.K. Borough, Deputy CIO, PTO
        Tony Boyle, Wing Commander, UK
        Ron Burns, Chief Architect, NIMA
        Jens Christensen, CTO, Visigenic Software
        Dennis Clem, CIO, DIA
        Craig Cook, Intelligence Community CIO Council Chair, Mitre
        Paul Cormier, Director, Security Engineering, Digital Equipment Corp.
        Lyle Cox, Director Stategic Planning, ANSER
        Jim Davidson, Deputy CIO, DIA
        LtGEN William Donahue, Deputy CIO, USAF HQ
        Joe Duncan, Sr.  VP Collaborative Tools, Oracle
        Don Eddington, Director, ATS DD-JPO
        Jerri Edwards, BEA
        Bob Epstein, Founder and Chairman, Sybase
        Dr. Amjad Farooq, Director of Architecture, UK MoD
        Amir Golshan, Manager, Distributed Computing Group, Ernst and Young
        Richard Goodwin, Chief Scientist, SAIC
        Sam Greenblatt, Sr. VP, Computer Associates
        Linda Gricius, Objective Security Engineer, ICL
Don Harbert, VP Internet Products Business Unit, Digital Equipment Corp.
        Dr. Sridhar Iyengar, Director Advanced Technology, Unisys
        Dr. Douglas Johnson, Sr. Systems Architect, SUN Microsystems
        Dr. Henry Kelly, Associate Director, OSTP, The White House
        Dr. Marvin Langston, CIO, Department of the Navy
        Dr. Andre LeCault, Sr. Vice President, SAIC
        David Lehman, CTO, Mitre Corporation
        Steve Lewis, Director of World Wide Products Advocates, Lotus Development
Corp.
        Steve Lipner, Mitre
        Mike MacKay, VP Architecture, Novell
        Jacqueline McAlexander, Strategic Technologist, SGI
David McKallister, Strategic Technologist, SGI
        Jim Mitchell, VP Technology & Architecture, JAVA Soft
        Dr. Thomas Mowbray, Sr. Scientist, co-author: "The Essential CORBA"
        Bill Mularie, Head, Science and Technology, NIMA
        Annrai O'Toole, CTO, IONA Technologies
        Dr. Frank Perry, Technical Director, J6/JIEO DISA
        Pam Piper, DII SHADE Director, DISA
        Bill Ravkin, former CTO, Sybase,/ President, Silverstream Software
        Mark Ryland, Technical Evangelist, Microsoft
        BGeneral Gary Salisbury, D6/JEIO Director, DISA (invited)
        Sami Saydjari, R. Scientist, DARPA
        Scott Senter, Computer Science Corporation
Dick Schaeffer, PMO Distributed Object Computing Security, NSA
David Schell, President, Open GIS Consortium
        TomSchultz, Development Director, Rational
        Bran Selic, VP, Research and Technology, ObjecTimes, Ltd.
        Dr. David Signori, Deputy Director, DARPA
        Eric Skoog, AF Chief Architect, Mitre
        Chris Sluman, Managing Director, Open-IT (UK) (or alternate)
        Richard Soley, Co-President, OMG (invited)
        Alfred Spector, GM, Transaction Processing Systems, IBM, CEO Transarc
        Martin J.Sprinzen, President and CEO, Forte Software, Inc.
Jacob Stein, Director of Strategic Planning, Sybase
        Chris Stone, OMG Founder and Chairman, VP Corp. Development, Novell
Shell Sutton, OGC rep. to NIMA, Mitre
        John Swainson, EVP, AD/OT, IBM
        Alan Vermeulen, CTO, RogueWave
        Michael Ware, Deputy CIO, NSA (DDI)
        Dan Weiner, VP, Advanced Programs, Unisys
        Charles White, President & Chief Architect, Black & White Software, Inc.
        Michael Zisman, Executive VP, Strategies, Lotus Corporation
        and many more notable leaders......
        (listing as of 10/8

SPONSORS:
IBM, LOTUS, SILICON GRAPHICS
BEA, Computer Associates, Digital Equipment Corporation, Expersoft, Forte,
Novell, Microsoft, Persistence, Rational, SAIC, Sun Microsystems, Unisys,
Select Software, Sybase
Black & White, ICL, Informix, IONA, ObjecTime,
SilverStream, RogueWave, Visigenic,
Object F/X and Objectivity

"You will see a lot of emphasis on the applications of methodology and
process management as real world applications incorporate "objects".   The
OTG's approach to mapping out the software  architecture in a single seminar
should help make objects more digestible for IS,"  stated Ivar Jacobson, VP
Business Engineering, Rational Software Corporation.

***********************************************************
For complete information on this unique program, visit the Federal OOTS web
site at www.theotg.com
or call 1-888-SEE-OOTS (1-888-733-6687).  For E-Mail registration, complete
and return the registration form below.

**********************************************************************
                            Registration Information

 What:  FEDERAL OBJECT ORIENTED TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM
 When:  December 8th and 9th, 1997
 Where: Radisson Plaza Hotel at Mark Center in Alexandria, VA
 How:   Registration: 1.888.SEE.OOTS, or locally 1.703.471.8520 et 201
 WEB:   www.theotg.com
 EMail: [log in to unmask]
 Cost:  Industry:  $795 - two days, all sessions, exhibits   $445 - one day
        Government: $695 two days, all sessions, exhibits  $395 - one day

Lunch will be provided each day for pre-registrants
Register by October 31st to receive the $200 discount on full conference
registrations.
$50 discount for single day registrations if registered by October 31st.

 Great Group discounts:
 1) 25% discount for groups of 5 or more,
 2) 50% discount for groups of 10 or more

Discount hotel rates for all registrants of $130.00 (regularly $175.00)
at Radisson Plaza Hotel.  Hotel registration number is 703-845-1010
and request "FEDERAL OOTS".

*******************  E-mail Registration  ****************************

 Name:                                  Title:

 Company:

 Address:

 City, State, Zip:

 Telephone:             Facsimile:              E-mail:

 For registration fee please bill my:

 American Express  _____  Mastercard  _____  VISA  _____

 Check Enclosed  ______

 Credit Card #  _____________________________  Exp. Date  ___________

 Name on Credit Card  ____________________________

 Signature _______________________________________

 (Signature not required if sending via the internet)

E-MAIL to: [log in to unmask],
FAX to 703-904-8523
CALL: 703-471-8520 ext 201 or 1-888-SEE-OOTS
WEB: www.theotg.com



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