IPv6 looms on the horizon The Social Security Administration is ahead of the pack as agencies get ready for the transition
Stops along the IPv6 road After drawing the map comes the hands-on work
Where the road leads Applications to ride the IPv6 highway are slow to emerge
What ever happened to IPv5? On the road to IPv6, everyone seems to have overlooked a mile marker
Army machine stalls as Congress plays politics
Military leaders, lawmakers say funding cuts will damage readiness and modernization
VA drops PCHS for SEWP
Army requires security hardware for all PCs
Editorial: Purchase cards: Priceless It is easy to forget the hoops that government employees had to jump through to make smaller purchases a decade ago
Aronie: The profit margin
Springer wants OPM to lead by example
Director says an employee-developed strategic plan now guides the agency
Fed executive salaries shrink
DOD arms soldiers, allies with information
Multilateral exercise puts Web-based document management to the test
Office 2007: Microsoft offers a work space for everyone
SBA critics ask: When is large small?
Major companies continue to win big contracts set aside for small business
PTAP spells how-to for small biz
DOD report urges adoption of open source
Sharing code and standards could speed development and lower software costs
Holt decries loss of science advice
Security policies proliferate in wake of data thefts
ITES-2S on hold again
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