Running to stand still Telecom managers in companies and agencies are struggling to adjust to shifting Networx timelines
Visionaries neededAgencies are facing a telecom revolution with few big thinkers to lead
Decrying secrecy, citizen groups fight back
More federal agencies are taking data off the Web, while citizens seek ways to restore public access
Army stuck in a WIN-T quandary
Program and funding issues could impede future communications system
Feds secretly reclassify data
Alliant makes jump to video
Comings and goings
Editorial: The dangers of secrecy A representative democracy only works when the actions of individuals and the operations of institutions are transparent
Kelman: Let’s promote the IT Exchange
Perlowitz: Ease growing pains
Welles: Don’t leave yet, but if you must…
Feds cope with the ‘greener
Some CIOs make a career of jumping the fence and, in many ways, are richer for doing it
USPS finds six ways
to cut costs, not services
Unfurling wireless mesh
New gear expands coverage of wireless networks, but proprietary products prevail
Who’s knocking on your
You don’t need a weatherman…
GTSI shakeup signals
renewed services push
Struggling to succeed, GTSI has brought in a new leader in an effort to shift focus
Energy A-76 competition could
serve as model — but should it?
Companies cope with tight
Another post-Katrina problem: What happened to the street?
Hurricane response highlighted the need to standardize digital maps
E-file goal too ambitious
USPS opposes bill
to restructure mail service
Bush budget squeezes
Ouch! Brain cramp!
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