Volume 5 Issue 140 July 25 1999


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


OmniPage Web bridges gap between paper, the Web

Feds mull approaches to stop spam

Program managers find budget process 'flawed'


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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