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Fwd: RE: room at E-Gov for W3C Accessibility presentation

From: Tim Boland <frederick.boland@nist.gov>
Date: Mon, 12 May 2003 14:00:14 -0500
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To: w3c-wai-au@w3.org

fyi - what does the group think?  This was concerning one of my action 
items from last telecon.
Tim Boland NIST


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>From: Helen Ortel <Helen@e-gov.com>
>To: "'Tim Boland'" <frederick.boland@nist.gov>
>Subject: RE: room at E-Gov for W3C Accessibility presentation
>Date: Mon, 12 May 2003 11:23:28 -0400
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>Tim,
>
>I have been speaking with my colleagues about this opportunity and E-Gov
>2003 will feature a variety of Section 508 Solution Providers and the
>Section 508 Executive Steering Committee is being honored with the
>Government Solutions Center Explorer Award.  This Explorer Award is being
>given to recognize the guidance and interpretation available to all agencies
>as they implement Section 508 legislation.  The solution will be featured at
>the Government Solution Center and display their 508 solution at the E-Gov
>Exposition.  In addition several industry leaders will showcase 508
>solutions on the Exhibit Floor they include:
>
>Company                                                          Booth #
>Aquilent, Inc.                                                     548
>Brio Software, Inc.                                               1030
>Cardiff Software                                                  1025
>Computer Sciences Corporation                                      607
>Corda Technologies, Inc.                                           649
>Deque Systems                                                     1112
>Documentum, Inc.                                                  1221
>FileNet                                                           1011
>Human Factors International                                        417
>Managed Objects                                                    749
>McDonald Bradley, Inc.                                             661
>Software Performance Systems, Inc. (SPS)                           420
>VERTEX Solutions, Inc.                                            1020
>
>
>I would like to see if in exchange for the room if you would be able to
>assist us by offering a guided tour of these 508 solutions?  I think this
>would be a valuable way to draw people to your meeting and offer a real
>networking opportunity -  How about a room at 10 or am on Wed. June 11 - and
>you can do a tour immediately following your meeting -
>
>Let me know what you think - I am happy to send brochures your way - can
>have them couriered if that helps -
>
>Helen
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Tim Boland [mailto:frederick.boland@nist.gov]
>Sent: Thursday, May 08, 2003 11:01 AM
>To: helen@e-gov.com
>Subject: room at E-Gov for W3C Accessibility presentation
>
>
>It was a pleasure speaking to you this morning about getting a room at
>E-Gov for a W3C accessibility presentation.    I have spoken to a NIST
>colleague, and we would be happy to get E-Gov brochures and distribute them
>at NIST; also he would be happy to put out a note publicizing E-Gov on
>several NIST-hosted mailing lists he runs.  I would even be happy to come
>get the brochures myself.  In terms of what W3C could do to promote E-Gov,
>I will send a message to W3C contact regarding the matter.   NIST already
>promotes E-Gov through a variety of technical initiatives (CIO Council,
>Voting, Registry, etc.).
>
>Please let me know if this is acceptable to you, or what else I can do.
>
>Best wishes, Tim Boland NIST
>
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