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The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)'s Coastal and Marine Geology Program, Woods Hole Field Center, and the Special Emphasis Program Advisory Committee sponsored Glynn Williams' trip to the Blacks in Government (BIG) National Training Conference held in Denver, CO, August 25-29, 2003.
The 25th annual BIG conference was exciting and informative, packed with employee-development, technical, and financial workshops, covering such topics as information technology (IT) and investment planning.
There were insightful and revealing discussions of diversity issues, job enhancement, retirement preparation, and government-spending concerns.
Some of the distinguished panelists included BIG President Greg Reeves, other executive BIG members, and local government officials, including Colorado Governor Bill Owens and newly elected Denver Mayor John W. Hickenlooper.
Greg Reeve's first-year opening conference speech as BIG president was impressive and demonstrated his preparedness for the challenges ahead.
A Webcast of the opening session is available at the BIG conference Web site.
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