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02/04/2001

Volume 7 Issue 3 February 4 2001


Magazine

Telecom wares unveiled at ComNet


A life-changing connection


USPS chief plans his exit


Introduction


Where it began


XML security fix in the works


Intercepts


Internet taxes: Stalemate as status quo


Boeing plan brings nod


Vendor ethics rule halted -- for now


Cures for the workforce blues


Panel maps info reform


GovWorks sells off key tech, files for Chapter 11


Letter to the editor


Alaska glitches leave FAA in a fix


What a lousy reception


Energy strikes it rich with knowledge portal


Crossed wires


Tackling privacy, security on the Web


Horn retains IT oversight


Software development: rethinking reuse


Retooling the economic engine


Computers and our continuing education


And forgive us our trespasses


CyberCop blows the whistle on networks


Federal Web sites: half-cocked snapshots


Gateway adds global tech support


State makes job application easier


Election reform gathers momentum


The art of persuasion


Industry raps Pentagon PKI


Two FAA systems, a single cause


Soldiers take e-university by storm


Making the most of a golden opportunity


California's photo finish


Alabama interaction automated


Memphis takes plunge into IT outsourcing


Sharing the wealth


Senators raise stakes on election reform


In his wake


ProDX's resolution: E-gov business


Becoming a true World Wide Web


Bids flow to GSA auction Web site


Prison keeps eye on inmate computer use


A visible search for high-volume traffic


Agencies fill IT pay gaps


DOD rapped on Web tracking


Procurement council to unveil strategy


Massachusetts shines IT spotlight on capital assets management


Keeping records clean


Cheney associate to take key OMB job


Tucson's intern program gets the job done


Still no revolving door


NIMA 'inadequate' in analyzing spy data


Bay area communities get smarter


New York wiring money to IT


IT rules


The Circuit


Company soups up traffic simulator


San Diego aims to speed police work


CIOs see growth in stature, challenges


USPS inks computer deal


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