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  • On Page 28 of the portable storage review in this week's issue, the photograph of the Seagate 100G portable hard drive is incorrect. The product in the photo is actually the Seagate 400G external hard drive.
  • A profile of Paul Rosenzweig in the June 6 issue of Federal Computer Week incorrectly identified Jim Dempsey as a member of the Homeland Security Department's Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee. Dempsey is executive director of the Center for Democracy and Technology.
  • In the June 6 issue of FCW, the winner of the Government Choice Award for best e-government solution, announced at FCW Events' Web-Enabled Government Conference, listed an incorrect agency affiliation. The winning application, the Provider Graphical User Interface, was developed by the Tricare Management Activity's Resources Information Technology Program Office.
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