In the wake of terror

Homeland security coverage
from Federal Computer Week
and Government E-Business

Nov. 5-9, 2001
Wireless priority system nears
$1 billion IT fund in the works

Oct. 29-Nov. 2, 2001
Info systems on fast track
Cybersecurity panel to build Web forum
NLM tackles bioterrorism concerns
Myers beats drum for interoperability
Tech to help deter terrorists
DISA backs wireless net
DOD envisions virtual Pentagon

Oct. 22-26, 2001
Anti-terror law expands powers
Forman to industry: Help us share
Feds learning data-sharing lesson
Sharing key to combating threats
Dems propose creating e-Congress
E-gov won't get left behind
Recognizing facial ID possibilities

Oct. 15-19, 2001
Y2K prep helped terror response
Security experts push data sharing
Coordination urged on cyberterror
Bush panel to fight cyberterror
Bill aims at data-sharing gap
Nightmare lesson for CIOs
Terrorism, e-gov mingle
NRC shuts down Web site
IRS seeks more security funding
Tech part of anti-terror plan

Oct. 8-12, 2001

FAA urged to boost baggage tech
INS struggling to track foreigners
Partnership for Peace update postponed
Air Force shifting to classified systems
Emergency wireless net rushed
Clarke seeks immune intranet
More cybersecurity study 'crucial'
Tech key to terror response
Ridge swears by cooperation
Senator proposes cyber Guard
Cybersecurity point man appointed

Oct. 1-5, 2001

DOD picks homeland security chief
Bush to define Homeland office
Forman sees ally in Ridge
Keys called target for terrorists
Cybersecurity R&D 'inadequate'
DOD strategy embraces uncertainty
Human Firewall launches campaign
Facing the need for biometrics
ID card debate resurfaces
Report logs fed IT losses
House gives DOD IT boost
Web sites that worked
Wireless tech goes to work in search for survivors

Sept. 24-28, 2001

NIPC leads cyber sleuthing
E-gov legislation stalls
SEC site offers adviser info
Terrorism report skips USDA

Congress slows surveillance changes
IRS opens e-mail to business
Bill would boost info sharing
Y2K may be model for defense

IT replacement gear streams into Pentagon
IT could play big at security office
Attacks test fed preparedness
The ripple effect

Sept. 21, 2001

Civil liberty warnings raised
Air tech security options floated
FAA gathers ideas, applicants
U.S. not ready for terror

Sept. 18-19, 2001

Info security speeding up
Worm not linked to attacks
DOE tech aids relief efforts
Victims site a 'work in progress'
Pentagon site navigates delays
NIMA postpones outsourcings
County connects Pentagon rescuers

Sept. 17, 2001

A new kind of combat
DOD recovers tech systems
Senate OKs easier use of Carnivore
Government calls get through
Blood-tracking systems fragmented
SSA ready with backups, checks
Denver site posts compassion
Crisis aftermath brings help from IT vendors

Sept. 14, 2001

Tech may tighten air travel
NCS holds emergency nets
Three Booz-Allen workers killed
Navy IT workers missing
HHS relies on low-tech
Command centers in control
FEMA records hits, emotions
NASCIO calls off conference
Virginia guards data centers

Sept. 12-13, 2001

Cybersecurity seriousness escalates
Pay center on alert, on time
FAA dealing with 'bad scenarios'
HHS site carries emergency info

Sept. 11, 2001

Fed sites silent on attacks
Spacecom on alert for cyberattacks
IT vendors open crisis hot lines
HHS activates disaster system
Cities cast emergency web


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