Volume 4 Issue 16 March 22 1998




Report shows how to creatively fund info tech projects

Legislation not Year 2000 solution

GAO offers guidelines for contingency plans

Cyberattacks spur new warning system

Compaq increases effort to leverage federal channels

Eastman, Microsoft team on Exchange-based workflow

Senators consider creating separate Y2K committee

Judge's ruling on storage of digital files expected this week

EIA changes name, broadens focus

Federal Bytes

GAO: Feds ignoring Clinger-Cohen rules

Dell to bundle OpenNT free with Workstation 400

MCI networks congressional House offices to district offices

Open market & schedules win PC buyers' business

Users await results of Tera road test

Microsoft, Wang expand partnership


PC workstations


HCFA to Fund Telemedicine Networks

House, Senate to begin hearings on public/private competition

Agencies start to wield past-performance club

Small Business Administration gets it wrong on GSA schedules

PC vendors question future of Energy Star

GSA's Barram overrules SBA; releases sked

DOD draft shifts ASD/C3I focus/mission

Fed Reserve gets translation software

Former BTG execs join IntelliSys Tech

GPO's Web site muscles up on links to federal documents

Marine Corps' Decker relies on IT to complete missions

Peacekeeping battalion crafts comm support

Administration ignores federal salary legislation

NASA's Price dies at age 55

Big savings sway USDA to switch to GSA pact

Gore report seeks more IT reliance

Cyberattacks spur new DOD warning system

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