House boosts info security funding
House panel axes ATP funds
Millions of dollars OK'd for crime-fighting IT
Delay keeps Customs funding in question
Cyber Services, new tech suffer
GPRA a focus of funding
"The 2001 budget" [Feb. 21, 2000]
Breaking news on the 2001 budget proposal [Feb. 2, 2000]
"Lost at sea" [May 8, 2000]
"Wanted: Digital defenders" [Jan. 24, 2000]
The U.S. government's fiscal 2000 budget documents
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