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Volume 7 Issue 3 February 4 2001


Telecom wares unveiled at ComNet

A life-changing connection

USPS chief plans his exit


Where it began

XML security fix in the works


Internet taxes: Stalemate as status quo

Boeing plan brings nod

Vendor ethics rule halted -- for now

Cures for the workforce blues

Panel maps info reform

GovWorks sells off key tech, files for Chapter 11

Letter to the editor

Alaska glitches leave FAA in a fix

And forgive us our trespasses

CyberCop blows the whistle on networks

Federal Web sites: half-cocked snapshots

Gateway adds global tech support

State makes job application easier

Election reform gathers momentum

The art of persuasion

Industry raps Pentagon PKI

Becoming a true World Wide Web

Bids flow to GSA auction Web site

Prison keeps eye on inmate computer use

A visible search for high-volume traffic

Agencies fill IT pay gaps

DOD rapped on Web tracking

Procurement council to unveil strategy

Massachusetts shines IT spotlight on capital assets management

What a lousy reception

Energy strikes it rich with knowledge portal

Crossed wires

Tackling privacy, security on the Web

Horn retains IT oversight

Software development: rethinking reuse

Retooling the economic engine

Computers and our continuing education

Two FAA systems, a single cause

Soldiers take e-university by storm

Making the most of a golden opportunity

California's photo finish

Alabama interaction automated

Memphis takes plunge into IT outsourcing

Sharing the wealth

Senators raise stakes on election reform

In his wake

ProDX's resolution: E-gov business

Keeping records clean

Cheney associate to take key OMB job

Tucson's intern program gets the job done

Still no revolving door

NIMA 'inadequate' in analyzing spy data

Bay area communities get smarter

New York wiring money to IT

IT rules

The Circuit

Company soups up traffic simulator

San Diego aims to speed police work

CIOs see growth in stature, challenges

USPS inks computer deal

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