07/25/1999

Volume 5 Issue 140 July 25 1999


Magazine

Industry Watch


IBM ups e-commerce offerings, partnerships


Federal Bytes


FBI fingerprint system ready


USGS to track training via Web


Study calls for reserve virtual IT warfare unit


Dedication is the best defense


Rethinking critical infrastructure security


Telecom war brews in federal market


Study: Electronic food-stamp costs lower than expected


CacheFlow puts Web tech on GSA sked


Cellular to come to schedule


E-signature hits Hill


FlexScan L66: A sound choice in flat-panel displays


Links in the crime-fighting chain (Part I)


Tool speeds info to vehicles


Links in the crime-fighting chain (Part II)


DOD prioritizes Y2K problems


FBI to link 17 criminal databases


Iomega provides a better way to handle floppies


New Sun Solaris positioned for NT users


Roster Change


Microsoft agrees to low-cost Office access


Auctions the next tool for the federal buyer


Sophos makes anti-virus protection more manageable


Navy launches PC, laptop lease


FTS to offer financial management systems help


Set-Asides


OmniPage Web bridges gap between paper, the Web


Feds mull approaches to stop spam


Program managers find budget process 'flawed'


Intercepts


Labor upgrades work-related legal advice site


Pilots lack weather data, Hill told


Gateway presents a sleek Profile


DOD: Some nuclear systems not ready for Year 2000


With new Y2K grade, State feels vindicated


COs as chief judge and jury


Study may help lower barrier to EBT


Agencies fall prey to software-license fraud


HTML Transit makes Web work a snap


Census puts tracking app on Web


Expanding federal investment options


Nashville OKs incentive for Dell plant


Fedwire Briefs


NASA JPL hooks into SuperNet


Americorps plans $2.2 million in tech projects


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