Volume 5 Issue 35 February 21 1999


Andersen Consulting carves out federal strategy

Fedwire Briefs

Gates, Cohen agree to work closer on technology, security

Federal Bytes

Compaq expands net services initiative


DOD reconsiders Java strategy

Silence of protesters' bark signals new era

Feds await new Pentium

California Governor Fills Top Tech Post

Finding the right handheld computer


Software snafu slowed key data during Iraq raid

Bill seeks to double FY 2000 budget to fight child porn

For insurance, only signed forms count

HDS introduces high-endfault-tolerant mainframes

Popularity a mixed blessing at Education site

Vendor to offer training via Internet

Web bridges Gulf for families, troops

GSA online training targets contract staff

It's time to set boundaries on info warfare

Adobe enriches Acrobat for workflow apps

Horn reports feds make headway on Y2K

BTG and GTSI one year later

Treasury HQ eyes Seat Management

Interior picks MCI for telecom

VA switches network business to FTS 2001

White House shifts Y2K focus to states

Census OKs Web filing test

NOAA finalizes nine BPAs

White House: Paperwork bill may confuse

Roster Change

Round Two

Air Force BPA strategy draws fire

Feds face reality with new rule

Letters to the Editor

Sprint, Qwest contend for Treasury traffic

What is share in savings?

VBA taps two for training support

PeopleSoft, SAP approved for financial sked

Milking CIO role for success

SBA issues draft rules to curb bundling

IRS, CSC taking care to avoid past mistakes

Library puts history online

NSC to lead national security initiative

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