Volume 4 Issue 28 April 12 1998


Giving Up on the Silver Bullet

Funding and spectrum conflicts threaten GPS civilian expansion

More taxpayers using electronic filing

Spare-parts problems threaten commercial buying gains

Rogue transmitter knocks out GPS signals

DOD eyes buying, personnel reforms (Part 1)

Vehicle-Tracking Program Helps Cops Watch Their Backs


NIH reorganizes, refocuses IT offices

Oakland Fights Poverty with Network PCs

Judge says agencies must follow new policy

Senate moves to form Year 2000 committee

Transportation readies $10B ITOP follow-on procurement

New Federal Program to Respond to Mass-Destruction Threats

DOD eyes buying, personnel reforms (Part 2)

DOD considers extending life of aging Autodin

Chicago Police Cast a Wide Web

Feds, states consider Army training network

Microsoft ups software accessibility

Fingerprint scan brings access control to Windows

Silanis captures new federal customers

Software helps pilots avoid trouble

Education puts docs on agency intranet

Lost in space? Click here to find Mars


SAIC joins growing roster of NATO suppliers

Pitfalls of Public Safety Integration

SEI tapped for Bureau of Indian Affairs financial system

Porting tools ease migration to Windows NT

Round Two

Editorial: OPM innovation promises dividends


DOD adopts COTS wares to protect supercomputers

Applicants sought for IT scholarships

Comm expert brings IT to 'hot spots'

GSA promises faster payment if vendors go electronic


GSA awards $222M support services pact

Arming Beat Cops With GIS Weapons

Internet High School

Federal Bytes

Rehiring buyout recipients doesn't make sense

Industry watch

Judge orders NARA to stop destruction of electronic docs

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