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09/03/2001

Volume 7 Issue 32 September 3 2001


Magazine

City borrows newspaper tool


VA eyes vendors for IT follow-on


Battle lines form over red-light cameras


Prediction precision


NMCI helps pare legacy systems


Intercepts


Who you gonna call?


The missing piece


Big deal, new strategy


Drivers favor cameras


Buyer's guide


Feds put bite on vampire devices


Library patches its copyright search


DOD's 18-month ambition


Requests snowball for E-Rate


Quicker network lies in wait for House


Tallahassee ingenuity


GSA deal will track acquisition worker skills


Recipe for new leaders


NAPA eyes HR reform


What's the point?


Security added to SEWP


Let the Navy do its work


Navy, DOD agree on NMCI testing


What's in a name?


Network gives neighbors variety of access


The Circuit


The facts on eFACTS


DOE lab gets results with Web-based survey


Problem drivers on a short leash


Letters to the editor


PKI: A necessary evil


Focus on five


Ruling favors FAA unit for IT pay raise


Out of bounds


Acrobat performs new tricks


E-signatures battle 'fear factor'


Education mismanagement


City's creativity brings in revenue


Campaigning for tech


Government at the grass roots


Fedwire


Network to link quake researchers


SEWP's on


Bush management agenda wins nods


Help in a dangerous world


Money flows in to flood site


Northrop lands mine deal


What the orders include


Thinking big


How it works


Florida site tracks world criminals


Workforce changes in store


Defense CIO: Systems fill info gap


City continues Internet freebie


Illinois throws line to small hospitals


NSF gets outside help


High-performance horse race


Global grid gets DOD nod


Just the eFACTS


Marketplace


DOD defends Web site shutdown


States premature on e-procurement


Vendor contact list


Training's resource


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