Round Two

Federal Computer Week incorrectly reported in the Sept. 22 issue the agency that developed the EnviroFacts World Wide Web page. The Environmental Protection Agency developed the site.

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Due to a copy editing error statements in the last three paragraphs of the article "GSA: Regional offices mismanaged FAST" [FCW Oct. 6] were incorrectly attributed to Bob Woods commissioner of the General Services Administration's Federal Technology Service. Those statements should have been attributed to a source at GSA's regional office in Kansas City Mo. We regret any confusion caused by the error. The correct version of the story can be found on our Web site located at www.fcw.com.

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