Corrections

The story "Toshiba gives new look to Equium line" [FCW, March 16] included an incorrect estimate for the time it takes to put memory or change the motherboard in the Toshiba Equium 7000S and 7000D. The correct amount is 10 seconds to add memory and 30 seconds to change the motherboard.

In the March 30 FCW supplement "Mission Accomplished," Richard Mandelbaum's title was inadvertently omitted. He is the chief executive officer of Applied Theory Communications, a Great Neck, N.Y.-based Internet service provider. In the same supplement, Sen. John Rockefeller should have been identified as representing West Virginia.

Elliptic curve encryption technology is being used in the Financial Management Service's electronic check pilot for exchanging keys between the government and check recipients, not to sign the checks themselves, as may have been implied in the March 30 story "FMS launches trial for digital checks.''

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