Face recognition is emerging as a viable tool for verifying identities.
How women in IT make it to the top
Is a glass ceiling holding them down? Most don't think so.
Industry group draws scrutiny
Davis, CIO Council reassess involvement in CISO Exchange.
Cooper out of the frying pan
Report cards often hide the true picture
Comings and goings
Editorial: Demonstrating results
Welles: Who's in the kitchen?
Suss: Building a better GSA
The records keeper
Archivist vows records will be open and online.
State and local officials look to outsourcing.
FEMA tests digital alert system
Technology will send messages to wireless devices, radio, TV and the Internet.
Documentation spec makes DOD inroads
Quick look: Treo 650 has pizzazz
Microsoft's new market
Software giant wants a piece of DOD interoperability dollars.
PWC returns to federal fray
SGI, Northrop join forces
On the circuit
Draft proposals stir interest
Vendors scrutinize Alliant RFPs.
Secure Flight hits turbulence from feds
Task force studies WMD threats
The need for privacy
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