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1. Electronic Grants
2. FEDWEB
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1. Electronic Grants
Question on Electronic Grants, especially those programs that do the whole
process electronically: request, acceptance of proposals, reports, reviews,
requests for reimbursements etc:
Feds: Please help us identify which agencies have the biggest success with
electronic grants?
Others:  Those of you with experience with of participating in a good
electronic grant program, please let us know about it.
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2. FedWeb
FedWeb Fall Registration Open

Internet Government is here, and web technologies are the primary mechanism
for agencies delivering 24x7 services to their targeted audiences. The
rising expectations of the American public for enhanced government
electronic services will result in high volume demand for immediate
information and agency responsiveness.

FEDWEB FALL'01: The Promise of Internet Government:  Serving Everyone 24 x 7
Natcher Center, NIH, Bethesda, MD
September 20, 2001

Attend this practical workshop and learn solutions to the pressing issues
facing government professionals responsible for planning and implementing
their agency web-based communications.  Receive information that you an use
now to create and maintain a successful web site.

Growing from Prototype to National Production -
Deborah Diaz, First Gov;
Laura Knapp, IBM; and
Tom Temin, Government Computer News
Guided Tour of Current and Emerging Mark up Languages - Gary Nair, WestLake
Internet Training

How XML Is Being Implemented in Government - Patrick Cooper, WestLake
Internet Training

Coding for Section 508 Compliance - Walt Houser, VA

Architecture Software Overview - Larry Dusold, FDA

Creating Winning Web Sites with Databases - Peter Lombardo, USDA and Dennis
Courtney, IADB

Electronic Forms - Blending Convenience with Privacy - John Moore, GSA and

Chris Niedermeyer, USDA

A Manager's Toolbox and Quick Reference - Basil White, VA and Rob Garr, PEC
Solutions

Content Management:  What It Is, Issues, Scalability and Tools - Paul
Jesukiewicz, Jerry West and George Koch, ADL Co Laboratory, Dept. of Labor

Enhancing Web Site Performance - Laura Knapp, IBM and Mark Kaprow, GSA

Usability and Accessibility:  Keys to Citizen-Centric Web Sites - Janice
Nall, National Cancer Institute, NIH

Web Sites and Citizen Emails - Surviving the Avalanche - Tim Sprehe, SIMA

Section 508 Overview and Adobe 5.0 Demo - Terry Weaver, GSA and Gregory
Pisoxky, Adobe

FedWeb has expanded to our second annual training program to meet the
increased demand of government professionals to understand technology
developments and the opportunities and challenges they present.  You can't
wait for Spring!

Program and registration at www.fedweb.org.  For registration assistance,
please call 202-624-1746.



Glynis D. Long
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