03/14/1999

Volume 5 Issue 49 March 14 1999


Magazine

Reno launches public/private security partnership


Reform empowers Air Force, Navy


Fedwire Briefs


Misdeeds deserve demotion


MCI apparent winner of DOD telecom prize


OMB issues draft electronic guidelines


Federal Bytes


Coast Guard launches search/rescue site


Bill proposes farm forms go digital


Report: Cyberattacks, computer abuse still rising


FAA's next Y2K hurdle: Reinstalling compliant systems


Entrust to secure PeopleSoft ERP solutions


DOD upgrades system for tracking donated blood


Intercepts


GSA will refresh online ordering through Advantage


Urban warfare tech may alter Corps


OMB tags ITOP contract for special treatment


Finding success in security


The skinny on thin-client technology


Feds, states team on Y2K backup plans


NetManage introduces host access suite


Microsoft confirms Windows NT security flaw


Logicon's IT services portfolio has Northrop flying high


Navy tests virtual medical command center


Bell Atlantic adds voice recognition tech


Air Force speeds awards for PCs, add-ons


Senate ready to dole out more Y2K money to feds


New Compaq server targets data centers


Agencies team on biodata project


AF awards final round of BPAs


Roster Change


GTSI beefs up Web presence


BMC to add New Dimension to product offerings


Dual Pentium IIs pack power into servers


Customs regroups its info tech staff


Elliptic Curve Cryptography wins more converts


U.S. must fight cyberterror aggressively


Preference cutoff handcuffs DOD


GSA preps security pacts


Society supports electronic mapping system


FAA puts maintenance system in holding pattern


Local officials deal another blow to Marine high-tech exercise


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