Washington, D.C.'s Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center recently celebrated its fourth birthday, and no doubt meeting planners with high-tech events are tipping their hats. The General Services Administration — owned building, two blocks from the White House, is home to a conference center whose technical infrastructure is comprehensive, to say the least. The short list of communications features includes its voice and high-speed (up to T1) Internet access at individual desktop locations in any of the meeting rooms, LAN networking within and between all rooms, ISDN service for videoconferencing, rooftop satellite antennae, and its closed-circuit television system. The conference center has 65,000 square feet of meeting space, including a 625-seat amphitheater (with built-in translation facilities), 11,000 square feet of exhibit space, two ballrooms, and 15 meeting rooms. Visit www.itcdc.com.