Volume 4 Issue 58 May 31 1998



Congress praises, admonishes DOD in 1999 bills

The Relevant IT Plan

Java Makes an Entrance

EDS protests award of DTS contract



Leadership void for national security computing, comm


Small competitive areas limit options during RIFs

CDC Bolsters Public Health Network to Fight E. Coli Illness

Sterling buy improves Army C4I opportunities

Texas Twist

Clinton overlooks the obvious: Y2K

New switch products from GDC, Fore improve ATM bandwidth

Wang unveils Tempest version of Cisco router

AMS to update financial management system

HP adds new model to PC workstation lineup

Deca dumps commissary upgrade plan

Medieval history takes Lipkin on high-tech career path

Computer Sciences garners $131 million contract option

In Milwaukee Partnership, Parents and Kids Learn Together

New Pentium II PCs crank on benchmarks

Virginia's IT Game Plan

Draft report outlines PKI policy

Justice, Microsoft duke it out in cyberspace

Senate wants industry to pay costs of moving spectrum

Reversing a 'Brain Drain' in Green County, Pa.

NPR effort to take flight after USPS folds WINGS

FAA delays STARS rollout

GeoResearch signs R&D deal with Census for mapping tech

Michigan Communities Launch Largest Regional GIS

Committee plans to publicize geographic privacy policy

RMS joins forces with Intellisource

Designing the Virtual Statehouse

Commercial PCs take to the field

Vendors line up for NASA ODIN deal

Customs improves system to track drug smugglers

A new angle on network management

Tune Up Your Site With Web Server Monitoring

Bill targets logistics outsourcing

Feds mount telemed expedition on Everest

California East

Companies Trim Sails for E-Rate Trade

BLM moves land records to Web

INS plans to award two more pacts for records management

Remote Windows NT, 95 features flawed

New Y2K Supplier Audit Services

DOD launches high-tech command post project

Active Software expands integration offering

Making the case for performance-based service contracting

Intellisource, RMS merge operations

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