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October 20, 2006

HLS in DC, Oct. 23-27, 2006

Filed under: Events — by Christian Beckner on October 20, 2006

Below is a list of homeland security policy events in the DC area next week (as well as the occasional listing outside of DC). Please note that many events require prior invitations and/or RSVPs.

Of special note, I’ll be speaking next Thursday on a panel session at the Global Security Challenge conference in London, an event put together by a number of London Business School students that is the culmination of a business plan contest focused on new ideas about homeland security technology. It should be a very interesting event; hopefully I’ll have time to report from it.

On to this week’s list:

10/23: CQ Forum on “The Business of Homeland Security.” 101 Constitution Ave NW, 8:30am. E-mail to cqforum@dittus.com for more info.
10/23: Jamestown Institute event on “The Next Stage in Counterterrorism: Analyzing Jihadi Radicalization on the Web.” 1111 16th St NW, 7th Floor, 9:30am.
10/23: Catholic University speech by former Rep. and 9/11 Commissioner Tim Roemer, on “Safeguarding America: National Security in the 21st Century.” Pryzbyla University Center, Catholic University, 620 Michigan Ave, NE. 4pm.
10/24-10/25: IDGA’s 2nd Annual Border Management Summit. Reagan Building, 1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW.
10/24-10/25: Information Security Conference & Expo (ISC East). Javits Center, NYC.
10/24: US Army War College and GWU colloquium on transnational crime. Duques Hall Suite 451, GWU, 10am.
10/24: Equity International’s 2007 Homeland Security Outlook Conference. National Press Club, 529 14th St NW, 1pm.
10/25: SPSS seminar on “Data and Text Mining for More Effective Government.” 2000 N 14th St, Suite 320, Arlington, VA. 9am.
10/25: Homeland Security Council of New York State meeting. Albany, NY. 1pm.
10/27: Heritage Foundation event on “Biotechnology: Empowering the Long War.” 214 Massachusetts Ave NE, 11am.

(Please e-mail me if you have suggestions about additions to this list for this week, or future weeks).

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