10/31/1999

Volume 5 Issue 212 October 31 1999


Magazine

The fire next time


Letters to the Editor


Info security tops VA's list


NSF funds innovative IT research


Set-Asides


Integration Broadens Appeal of GIS Data


Agenda


DOD selects MCI for $4B telecom pact


IT Shops Weigh the Pros and Cons of Linux


A Vote for Ingenuity


USDA announces rural tech grants


OPM drafts vision for work force


On the Virtual Campaign Trail


Hill threatens to cut IT funds


FileMaker good for small workgroups


Feds say funds needed for security


Industry Watch


Federal Bytes


NSA emerges from the shadows


North Carolina Judges CourtFlow a Success


PIII Entry-Level Servers: Great Performance at Great Prices


Breaking the mold


Cable firm wired for federal business


Who is allowed to challenge a sole-source procurement?


Speed to burn: Intel debuts new chips


Federal IT czar position gets boost


LapLink transforms itself into LapLink.com


Intercepts


Officials tackle technology in procurement


Linkbot takes on the enterprise


EEOC answers complaints


Pay now or pay later


Schools Open for Business


Campaign Finance Laws Stifle the Electronic Soapbox


Partnership joins up XML, EDI


Fax over IP: Great expectations


USDA to go mobile


Firm offering free filtering services


Principia's Web Survey competent for basic tasks


GAO finds holes in Y2K efforts


Communities


Desktop OCR market serves up two strong contenders


First streamlining, now the results


State group pushes for broad information sharing


Bloomington, Ind., Webcasting Candidate Forums


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