Volume 5 Issue 125 July 4 1999


USGS to replace CIO with GIO

Examining the Lessons of a Regional Partnership

Federal Bytes

Tadpole-RDI offers a 'luggable' Unix


Sun to offer Java-based remote access

IT helps protect endangered whale

Office 2000: Looking sharp and ready to go

Health Passport


Growing Your Own Skilled IT Work Force

Managing through the stacks

DOD receives low marks for IT training tools

OPM flub threatens fed's refund

Digital Commerce

Security, smart card tools take center stage at E-Gov

Small firm wins Army MTS pact

Senate adopts advanced mail management

Roster Change

DOD begins FTS 2001 switch

Unix choices up, prices down


AF postpones software strategy

DOD advances e-business plans

USPS site gives direct mail help

Fedwire Briefs

IRS expands TeleFile options to lure more users

B-2 soars, proving report wrong

Open-Source Movement Hits GIS Market

Selling Cities on the Web

E-bookmaker makes fed push

Navy takes common-sense tack

StorageTek offers data outsourcing

Senate OKs bill to restrict public access to chemical-risk info

DOD Health Affairs awards Lot IV of D/SIDDOMS II

Proposed agency no threat to DOE research

Vendors team on certificate management

Commerce makes commitment to small biz

We haven't achieved acquisition nirvana

Live Video Is Coming to a Local Government Site Near You

Most agencies not complying with Results Act, officials say

Building consensus

Commerce taps 29 for small-biz IT work

Army jump-starts $1B global services buy

Storage-Area Networks

DOD attacks encryption bill

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