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03/04/2001

Volume 7 Issue 6 March 4 2001


Magazine

Digital Earth maps county's decision


Briefs


Federal CIO to head e-gov


Is it over for transaction fees?


Ten years after


Don't think twice, IT's all right


Iowa digs for data gold


Preserving e-history for all


Creating a virtual medical market


GOP senators vow support for high-tech industry


Intercepts


Power in numbers


Phoenix: a conduit for telecom


FEMA maps need flood of money


Arula launches serial remote control


Bush's '02 blueprint pushes e-gov fund


Internet to go


All together now


New Nashville portal will put people first


Letters to the editor


E-commerce vendor nets Pentagon's deputy CIO


Idaho earns best in show


DOD 'tail' needs a trim


Alaska asks for E-Rate exception


New SEC site built for speed


How the House divides


Miller: Education's new recruit


Know thyself


The psychology of software


Cyberdefense students rely on PKI


Air Force won't follow NMCI lead


Rights of the disabled


Magic bus


A czar by any other name


NSF forms cyber panel


Does Lotus have a future with DMS?


Privacy vs. access


Telecom report due out soon


The infancy of e-taxes


Florida melds simplicity with high technology


With thin servers, you can pay as you grow


System monitors flood-prone creeks


Directory assistance


Defense Wire


The Circuit


Fingerprint readers enhance notebook security


Workforce a priority for Accenture


Jewel in the Middle East


Two states choose NIC for e-procurement


Making sense of a mixed-up market


Fedwire


Buy or rent?


Firm snaps up smart bus license


Lack of federal PKI hinders progress on e-purchasing


Street smart


Cashing in on IT


Coping with the security puzzle


A new generation of laws


CIOs get high-level face time


Data-rights reform needed


OPM readies new IT job series


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