02/07/1999

Volume 5 Issue 25 February 7 1999


Magazine

Looking at the big picture


GSA gives employees Seat preview


Y2K, financial management woes plague DOD


Federal Bytes


Public data at SSA not secure


Y2K could hamper State's visa application process


Customs seeks quick $12M to fix slowdown


HUD remodels, simplifies home page


GAO faults USDA's telecom and service center efforts


GSA kicks off key security contract


Fax servers lower costs, ease administration


Old systems, missing data put EPA at risk


CrossPad captures written notes


IT weaknesses hinder Interior's management of trust accounts, ALMRS


Twisters test FEMA system


Industry, feds team to tackle interoperability


Vendors display converged net technology


DOJ suffers from financial management problems


Intercepts


DOD to send Y2K team to Russia


GAO highlights access, Y2K concerns at HHS


Fedwire


High costs afflict FAA air traffic control modernization


Commerce taps CACI for procurement system


Roster Change


GAO's 'High Risk' reports target fed vulnerabilities


Education gets low grade for Y2K, integration


Industry Watch


Inaccurate IT systems waste billions at HUD


Y2K threatens Postal Service


For creative ideas, ask front-line IT workers


CEO dies in plane crash


GSA rethinks IT personal use


IRS still lacks skills to modernize systems


Clinton budget links IT, results


Y2K puts USAID computers at risk of failure


CSC on USPS payroll


DOD maintains stake in key IT programs


Videoconferencing gets its day in court


NASA lacks IT for procurement oversight


IBM upgrades SP server


Letters to the Editor


VA needs more data


Lack of counsel hurts employees


SGI fashions plan for Intel-based servers


Weather Service modernization lagging


MCI rings up $1B+ telecom pact


FTS 2001 caveat emptor


CSC wins $21 million engineering pact


Navy officer in Gulf communicates with family via the Web


ACS to run GSA solutions center


17 High-risk Agencies


Oakland, Alameda welcome Marine high-tech exercise


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