04/05/1998

Volume 4 Issue 24 April 5 1998


Magazine

Taking reform efforts to school


New rules address Y2K worker shortage


Set-Asides


Fedwire


Switched Ethernet emerges as high-speed LAN favorite


Industry Watch


HP slashes technical workstation prices


Hill proposes $200M more for Year 2000 fix


Gauss lays out IT plans for Spawar


New Federal Program to Respond to Mass-Destruction Threats


Letters to the Editor


Compaq enters Gigabit Ethernet switch market


Net Sentinel offers to file agencies' archiving woes


FAA, industry team on LAAS


FTS chief stands strong on services


Asymetrix ships course management software


Audit mess tied to schedule woes


IRS rightly slams misuse of information


Senate establishes special Y2K committee


Agencies ramping up outreach programs


Federal Bytes


McKeever fine-tunes AT&T org


Contract success sparks thoughts for MAIQ follow-on


Corrections


New satellite signals improve civilian use


Intercepts


Army awards three BPAs for PC wares


CA adds remote-control technology options


Notebooks from Digital, Toshiba feature mobile-ready Pentium IIs


Roster


Agencies, industry slow to embrace commercial practices


GAO: Financial information at risk


USPS unveils first online postage software, more to come


Fastlane steers AF base network traffic analysis


CBD Watch


HUD halts IT maintenance work to support Year 2000


Interagency office to respond to weapons of mass destruction


Locate GPS info on Coast Guard site


IRS wants flexibility in modernization effort


NSA report details risks of key-recovery technology


Army picks three vendors to provide peripherals, software products


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