Volume 2 Issue 28 September 15 1996


Bureaucratus should reconsider comments about downsizing

Deskbook should be living document


Panel hopes to integrate federal, state welfare data


Compaq unveils router based on Cisco system

Reform at Defense

Dow Jones affiliate unwraps on-line products for feds

IBM's new S/390 line targets network computing

GCCS, Internet top issues at IT conference

Booz, Allen snares $620M telecom services pact


Federal Bytes

Agencies cite challenges in franchising

Litton/PRC chosen for imaging contract

Census embraces the Internet


New comm equipment causes a buzz at Fort Bragg

JetForm buys Delrina's electronic forms business

Oracle to offer Java applet for deploying Internet apps


Justice joins fray with ITSS award

Hewlett-Packard announces D-class, K-class 64-bit servers

GSA offers up `home page of home pages'

Opportunities blossom as HR moves out of the back room

NTIS uses vendors to help agencies create sites

Reports slam Cyberfile award

Navy to award more BPAs

Oracle chief touts network computer

EVP's success boosts Clinton's record

DIA works on strategy for advanced analysis capabilities

Macs hang on in fed market, but future remains uncertain


NIH advertises with `shock jock'

Proposals for Part 15 released

Analyst teaches old feds new tricks

Digital punches up Windows NT line

Ex-postal worker's case lost in mail

Last-minute bargains lure desktop shoppers

Unisys sets course within crowded services market

Internetworking, firewalls, videoconferencing in demand

Air Force suspends Zenith PC contract

Tracor to buy Cordant

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