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Complimentary Event Brings Together Industry Leaders to Discuss How XML is Revolutionizing Information Access in Government

SAN CARLOS, CA — February 18, 2009 — MarkLogic Corporation, a leading provider of infrastructure software for information applications, today announced that it will host the seminar “Extreme Information Management Powered by XML” to be held March 3, 2009 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Washington, DC. This complimentary one-day seminar showcases a diverse line-up of thought leaders from across government and technology. These luminaries will provide their insights and hands-on experiences in utilizing XML as a solution to effectively access, reuse, and deliver timely, accurate information.


  • Mike Krieger, deputy CIO/G-6, U.S Army
  • Shawn McCarthy, director, research, government vendor programs, IDC Government Insights
  • Tom Zelibor, RADM, USM (Ret); CEO, Flatirons; former deputy CIO, U.S. Navy
  • Dan Doney, senior director, intelligence solutions, SE Solutions
  • Betty Harvey, president, Electronic Commerce Connection
  • Glenda Hayes Ph.D., principal info systems engineer, The MITRE Corp.
  • Marcel Jemio, chief XML architect, financial management service, Dept. of Treasury

In the afternoon, MarkLogic will provide a free luncheon, where attendees can learn how government organizations are solving critical information access and sharing challenges with MarkLogic Server. Senior technical staff from MarkLogic will discuss the advantages of MarkLogic Server over traditional technologies and methods; advantages like massive scalability, superior performance, and reduced TCO. The company will also demonstrate key capabilities including geospatial support, SharePoint connectivity, and alerting. In addition, attendees will receive in-depth descriptions of live government applications built on MarkLogic Server.

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