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Up to their ears in issues
There's no shortage of work for chief privacy officers.

Privacy in a post-Sept. 11 world
There's no shortage of work for chief privacy officers.

European Union charts a new course for data privacy
United Kingdom makes plans for identity registry and national ID card.

Voice over IP exposed
VOIP can lower telecom costs and help with network consolidation — and cause security problems if not handled right.


President pulls the plug on PITAC
Failure to renew the IT advisory committee raises concerns about research budgets

IT's musical chairs

E-gov faces budget cuts



Comings and goings


Editorial: The need for privacy officers

Welles: Summer winds of change

Sprehe: FBI gets it right

Kelman: Purchase cards: Priceless


Growing government program managers
VA created in-house training program to fill a talent shortage.

Telework tango


Five steps to managing risk
Experts recommend going on the offensive to deal with vulnerabilities.

Hands on: In search of the perfect notebook PC

The Pipeline

The data reference model gets real


Adobe looks to add Flash
Macromedia’s Flash Platform enables building of Web applications.

Lose the file cabinets


California bill would restrict RFID use
State could be sending signal that data privacy matters.

Auditors highlight patent automation problems

NSF seeks broad Internet research agenda

Lawmakers debate merits of fingerprints

Extreme makeover for financial management?


  • Congress
    U.S. Capitol (Photo by M DOGAN / Shutterstock)

    Funding bill clears Congress, heads for president's desk

    The $1.3 trillion spending package passed the House of Representatives on March 22 and the Senate in the early hours of March 23. President Trump is expected to sign the bill, securing government funding for the remainder of fiscal year 2018.

  • 2018 Fed 100

    The 2018 Federal 100

    This year's Fed 100 winners show just how much committed and talented individuals can accomplish in federal IT. Read their profiles to learn more!

  • Census
    How tech can save money for 2020 census

    Trump campaign taps census question as a fund-raising tool

    A fundraising email for the Trump-Pence reelection campaign is trying to get supporters behind a controversial change to the census -- asking respondents whether or not they are U.S. citizens.

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