Reconstruction in progress
Web technologies outpace accessibility law and require a major rewrite
of 508 standards
DOD portal faces setback
Air Force declares it won’t join Defense Knowledge Online until
at least 2009
program is not an unfunded mandate
deal with Treasury
The devil's details
The SARA panel's report is a good starting point for the debate about
the road map to a next-generation procurement system
Kelman: A missed
crystal ball gets serious
teams are a challenge for CIOs
Latest IT workforce configurations require
extra management attention and oversight
thin clients deserve a fresh look
Cost savings, security and technology
advances make approach more viable
without the guesswork
transport logistics the Toyota way
Transcom imports Japanese automaker’s practices to manage its supply
for their own good
DOD says no
to massive IT acquisitions
Large systems integrators will have a role,
but it won’t be to run proprietary systems
TWIC card, management
costs rise as program gears up
weigh alternatives to GPS
book: CD-ROMs circa 1987
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