2001 At A Glance

Click on the links below for background about FCW's take on what's in and what's out for 2001. Have a better idea? Send us your suggestions to [email protected].



2001 AT A GLANCE
WHAT'S OUTWHAT'S IN
Security gradesSecurity evaluations
Electronic Pearl HarborElectronic Waterloo
ILOVEYOU virusGovernmentwide cyber-warning strategy
ERP
Agency Web sitesFirstGov
Online toxic dataEPA reading room
IT brain drainIT pay raises
Road rageTelecommuting
Dot-com startupsDot-com layoffs
Closing NTISKeeping NTIS open
Customs modernizationCustoms modernization
USPS.govUSPS.com
CIOsCXOs
Inventor of the Internet
Subpoenas for President Clinton's e-mailReading President Clinton's e-mail at Archives
OMB deputy director of managementFederal CIO
Bill Gormley, Dennis FischerCarolyn Alston, Sandy Bates
Tom BurkeSallie McDonald
Pagers3G wireless
Bic panesDigital signatures
56K modemsDSL
FIDnetAIDC
Information Sharing Initiativee-FBI
e-FBI"technology enhancement program"
HTMLXML
IT-21NMCI
Force XXIArmy transformation
Joint Vision 2010Joint Vision 2020
Reverse engineeringReverse auctions
Web site developmentWeb site monitoring
Customer serviceDenial of service

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