05/01/2000

Volume 6 Issue 37 May 1 2000


Magazine

Fedwire


Oklahoma Invites Students to Play Games


Exabyte rounds out library line


Intercepts


Del. Court Internet Site More Than E-Forms


The Open Access Debate


Public services get a hand


E-Mall's Open: Will Shoppers Come?


NASA demos space Net


NIMA charts new course


Bush to fight back with e-gov plan


Making Web meetings a snap


Cable Vision


Setting satellites to network time


Environmental Violations in Delaware Spotlight


NetClerk Offers Contractors Do-it-Yourself Permits


Training managers online


Software Helps Job Seekers


Web publishing simplified


Clinton casts safety net


EPA pushes for deeper paper cuts


Companies Will Reward GIS/GPS Project Ideas


Debugging Telework


The new IT leaders


Net tax report in, but issue isn't over


Breaking the Language Barrier


Gore: Been there, done that


State CIOs Climb the Ranks


Internet for Everyone: Georgia City Finds a Way


Palm-sizing the scheduler


Internet Use Spikes Across Borders


Unisys ships 32-way server


'John Hancock' Goes Digital


For Success, the Top-Down Approach Isn't Enough


Cisco Names New State/Local Government Manager


Portals New Starting Point for Service


Performance is agency's trademark


Beware of rotten apples


Oklahoma Tech Center Connects Talent


E-recruitment


In Brief


Investing Site a Draw in Wash.


Operating at tech's pace


Paperwork reduction scam


NOAA unveils Linux 'Jet' stream


NASA's new "spacecraft" ideal for small families


Juggling act


The Need for Speed


Seattle Measures its Digital Divide


IT and politics a bad mix


Tech Companies Team to Target Gov


Consensus Key to Oregon E-Commerce Pilots


Ariz. Residents Have Say on State Web Site


Fed brain trust formed


The right stuff


Sprint services added to the General Services Administration's FTS 2001 contract:


Building an agency metadirectory


Recipe for PBO


Commerce taps mapmaker


Postmarking e-mail


Kentucky Awards Radio Contract


GovHost.com Moves Local Govs Online


Army enlists Tinseltown


N.C. Launches Site That's Not Just for Citizens


The Circuit


Bringing outsourcing back home


Tivoli smoothes file sharing


MCI, Sprint juice up FTS 2001


Whoops! War plans online


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