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Following are responses to an FCW.com poll question that asked: "What is at the top of your holiday IT wish list?"

I wish there were a resource available that would help small businesses "really" learn how to do business with federal, state and local governments.

My IT wish list = a contract.

Matrell Hawkins TelConsult Inc.

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My wish is that I can find a personal digital assistant that has full or mini Microsoft Corp. Office capability, a wireless or high-speed modem included, a screen that occupies the full PDA size, full graffiti handwriting recognition, a screen choice of graffiti or keyboard, a size not to exceed 4 inches by 7 inches, and extended battery life similar to the Nokia cell phones.

H.W. Huyler

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