04/03/2000

Volume 6 Issue 29 April 3 2000


Magazine

DOD charts GPS path


FAA telecom bids in jeopardy


Vendors open data centers for hire


Changing the Rules of the Game


Study Finds Florida Should Hone IT Use


Oracle Launches E-gov Initiative


Homeward Bound


Commerce commits to outsourcing


Measuring success


FreeMarkets, AMS Focus on Public Sector


Making business sense


Building a blueprint for agency CIOs


Leaders Must Embrace Information Age


A driving force at FTS


Mapping out potential GPS threats


iVillage.com Tries E-registration


HCFA moves cautiously toward financial fix


Calling all Cars


USDA competes with private data centers


Air Force considers contracting shuffle


IBM Netfinity servers get top-shelf makeover


D.C. tries to SOAR


Tool Trains Teachers to Handle Violence


Governing by Hand


Kansas State Tries Internet Election


Fedwire


AOL Attacks Digital Divide


Hill shies from technology


Galaxy 755: One step up from entry-level videoconferencing


USDA to beef up online security


Making Workflow a Breeze


GPRA out of grasp


NASA starts at ground level


Utah Stakes Privacy Position


Study: DMV Online Services are Slim


Breaking down privacy policies


NSF puts IT work force under the microscope


Regional Links Could Multiply CopLink's Crime-Fighting Power


Access regs too pricey?


A bumpy landing?


Intel Hopes Kids go 'Clubbing'


Polycom ViewStation SP


VTEL Galaxy 725 MT


IP videoconferencing arrives


Doing e-gov homework


Evening the Odds


Maine Proposes Laptops for Students


More States Join MissingMoney.com


ScanMail broadens virus fight


Data center selling points


Think before you mail


Intel TeamStation System From PictureTel


Connecticut Follows Every Dollar


Measuring agency performance: Out of reach


Reform scores big with feds


The FAA Networks


Reaching the Poor Via High Tech


Network access made simple, secure


HP storage devices offer relief


Results Act reality check


Ga. Trying for Quicker Twister Warnings


Pa. Project to Overhaul Policing


SBA turns eye on Navy


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