To our readers

At this time of national mourning, our hearts go out to all federal, state and local government employees.

On behalf of the employees at Federal Computer Week, Government E-Business and the E-Gov conferences, our condolences go out to the families of those who have died, and we pray for the recovery of those injured during the Sept. 11 attacks against the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

Those terrorist acts do not define our nation's character. Rather, we at FCW Government Technology have seen public servants display this nation's true character as they put the nation's business ahead of their personal safety—both immediately after the buildings were hit and as government offices are reopened for routine operations.

Your commitment and your patriotism show that the United States remains the greatest country in the world.

Gene Pritchard President FCW Media Group

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