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FedWeb 99 - Full Program (Tutorial and Workshops)
Monday, April 26, 1999 - Thursday, April 29, 1999
Cost: $450

Monday, April 26, 1999
8:30am 12:00pm FrontPage presented by EEI Communications XML presented by EEI Communications JavaScript I presented by Westlake Internet Training Securing a Public Web Server presented by Federal Incident Response Capability Additional Tutorial Sessions Added Daily - Check back for more tutorial selections Designing Accessible Websites with HTML 4.0 (Part 1 of 2)
1:00pm 4:30pm PhotoShop presented by EEI Communications Cold Fusion presented by EEI Communications JavaScript II presented by Westlake Internet Training On-Line Writing: Email and the Internet presented by E-Write Processes and tools used in the creation of, or migration to, a Web environment presented by LMI Continuation of Designing Accessible Websites with HTML 4.0 (Part 2 of 2)

Tuesday, April 27, 1999 Security/ Privacy/ E-Commerce Web as Learning Environment Web Tools: Design and Management Universal Access Building Website A to Z Building Websites A to Z Cutting Edge Research Partnerships Forum Lunch
8:30am 9:30am Plenary Session Keynote Speaker - Katie Herning, NPR: The Web Doorway to Government Service
9:45am 11:15am Fedcirc I: Introduction for Managers and Web Masters Today's Learning Environment on the Web How GSA Uses Andromedia's ARIA Web Site Activity Analysis Software to Manage Products & Services A Guided Journey Through an Accessible Collaborative Website Security Overview for Managers Designing Useable Web Sites 9:45 - Visualization, 10:45 - Portals BOF
11:30am 12:45pm Incident Response Trends Change from Within: How Agencies Are Collaborating to Deliver Training and Knowledge Digital Certificate Case Studies - Security in On-Line Government Services Acceptance Criteria and Design Requirements for the Statement of Work Public Policy Affecting Content Why a Website Creating an Effective Environment for Distributed Knowledge Processes Early Lunch 11:30-12:45
12:45pm 2:00pm PDD63-CIAO: Critical Infrastructure Protection Case Study Case Study Addressing Accessibility Issues: NT, JAVA and JavaScript Basic Web Management: Design Considerations That Will Make Managing Your Web Site Easier Developing and Delivering Government Services on the WWW 12:45 - GIS I, 1:25 - GIS II Later Lunch 12:45-2:00
2:00pm 3:00pm EXHIBITS - Special Plenary Session: Beyond Technology - Savvy Strategies to Meet Customer Needs, Kathleen deLaski, AOL
3:00pm 4:30pm NIPC: Law Enforcement for Infrastructure Protection Case Study QuickTime Technology Update Making Websites Accessible through Cascading Style Sheets Portals Issues and Methods in Evaluating Federal Websites Knowledge Networks BOF

Wednesday, April 28, 1999 Security/ Privacy/ E-Commerce Web as Learning Environment Web Tools: Design and Management Universal Access Building Website A to Z Building Websites A to Z Cutting Edge Research Partnerships Forum Lunch
8:30am 9:30am Plenary Session Keynote Speaker - Alan Paller, SANS Institute: CyberTerrorism - A Reality Check
9:45am 11:15am Federal Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Issues Case Study Ensuring the Success of Web-Based Applications Enhancing Customer Service through Universal Access Dollars and Cents of Running a Web Site Secret Weapons to Success on the Web: Right Policies, People, Processes, Infrastructure & Technology 9:45-NPACI Technologies & the Government, 10:30-Internet Traffic Management & Analysis BOF
11:30am 12:45pm Government Paperwork Elimination Act: What This Means to You Case Study Case Study Collaborative Technologies (It's Possible! Accessible, Real-Time Conferencing) Marketing Your Home Page Strategizing Your Site for Selling Your Agency's Products and Services *Mining of Large-Scale Social Science Data,*ADEPT, *Inter-realm Authentication in WANs Early Lunch 11:30-12:45
12:45pm 2:00pm NIST PKI Lab Research on Web-Based PKI Prototype How to Get the Most from Your Web-Based Training Developer Case Study Information Technology Accommodation Research: Opening a Door to Universal Access Web Based Audio & Video Production and Delivery to the Desktop The US Senate's Web Site: Recreating All Elements of a Large Site in 90 Days 1:00 Crisis Management in Bays and Estuaries, 1:30 Collaborative Visualization Later Lunch 12:45-2:00
3:00pm 4:30pm Internet 2/NGI: What's Ahead How to Create Web Content That Is Educationally and Technically Sound Web Publishing with Middleware: Practical Applications Accessibility Retrofit Case Study: Applying the W3C Guidelines Proposed Principles for Managing World Wide Web Records Technical Security Overview 3:00 Managing Dist. Metadata, 3:30 Mediating Spatiotemporal Info, 4:00 Creating & Managing Archives BOF

Thursday, April 29, 1999 Security/ Privacy/ E-Commerce Web as Learning Environment Web Tools: Design and Management Universal Access Building Website A to Z Building Websites A to Z Cutting Edge Research Partnerships Forum Lunch
8:30am 9:30am Plenary Session Keynote Speaker - David Eisner, AOL: The Digital Divide
9:45am 11:15am Legal and Criminal Issues in Operating a Government Website Collaborative Workspace/Virtual Conferencing Models Measuring Openness in Government Web Operations: Criteria, Findings & Prospects for E-Commerce Designing Accessible Curriculum Marketing Your Web Site Managing Change in the Web Environment Digital Government: A Primer--How to shape Government Information Services in the 21st Century" BOF
11:30am 12:45pm GSA E-Commerce PMO Policies Tax Interactive, an Internet Learning Lab for Teens American FactFinder Toolkit and Usability Analysis Assistive Technology Solutions for the Web WebSite and Application Development Using Software Configuration Management Accessing and Migrating Legacy Data Digital Government's Role in Creating a National Statistical Information Infrastructure Early Lunch 11:30-12:45
12:45pm 2:00pm Building a Secure Online Catalog Federal Web Guidelines & Best Practices - A Roundtable Discussion Case Study Case Study: Achieving Agency-Wide Website Accessibility at ED & FCC Managing Multi-Agency Sites & Keeping Them Fresh An Introduction to Lotus Notes/Domino Crisis Management Applications Later Lunch 12:45-2:00
2:15pm 4:15pm Case Study Management Tools Case Study Assistive Technology Lab Capability Maturity Model - SEI Web Site Development and Management Getting Agency Buy-In for Your Internet Project BOF

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