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Items of interest from State Sen. Charles Horn (Ohio)
- Subject: Items of interest from State Sen. Charles Horn (Ohio)
- From: Christine Manninen <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 24 Sep 1998 13:58:27 -0400
- List-Name: GLIN-Announce
- Organization: Great Lakes Commission
InfoTech Comes to Dayton
October 20-22, Dayton Convention Center
A brief Message from the Dayton-Wright Chapter President, Pamela B.
This year's event will be held at the Dayton Convention Center, October
20-22. InfoTech '98 will feature distinguished speakers discussing key
policy and acquisition issues, and more than 90 companies exhibiting new
information technologies designed to meet private and public business
InfoTech '98 also represents a real opportunity for professional
development by promoting an important variety of economic and
professional outcomes for users of Information Technology. Included will
* A program of distinguished speakers presenting critically
important policy, programmatic, and acquisition information.
* A trade show featuring outstanding companies and government
activities. The Show will demonstrate proven and threshold information
technologies and services designed to enable continuous improvement of
business performance and combat capability.
* Ethical dialogue between senior government and industry leaders
that will let us better understand each other's positions and
concerns-and in the process, be more innovative and creative. This
dialogue will also help us develop win-win, public-private approaches to
achieve sustained national defense capabilities and preeminent economic
Besides the valuable Conference Program and Trade Show, InfoTech '98
will feature a gala Reception and Banquet on the 21st. Brigadier
General David Herrelko, Vice Commander of the Aeronautical Systems
Center, will be Banquet Master of Ceremonies, and General George
Babbitt, Commander, Air Force Materiel Command, will be our featured
speaker. During this evening of fun and fellowship, we will also honor
the presidents and scholarship recipients from those colleges and
universities participating in the Chapter's extensive Technical
Education Assistance Awards Program.
Horn to Speak at World Regions Conference in Brussels
COLUMBUS -- The Conference of World Regions has invited State Senator
Charles Horn (R -- Centerville) to speak at its annual meeting and
Regional Leaders Forum at Brussels, Belgium September 26 through 29.
Senator Horn, chair of the Conference's Science and Technology
Committee, will speak on economic regions based upon technology-sharing
networks. Multinational companies and various international government
agencies sponsor the conference. Its current presiding officer is Alan
J. Donnelly, M.E.P. United Kingdom.
The Conference will deal with a variety of issues concerning
intellectual property, technology utilization and sharing, university,
research, environmental and other issues in a changing global economy
focusing on regional aspects.
A conference agenda is available upon request. Proceedings will be