06/05/2000

Volume 6 Issue 48 June 5 2000


Magazine

Clinton: Keep work force study going


NYC agency finds digital maps worth the wait


Snail mail to cyberspace


Web publishing simplified


Calif. surplus items up for bid on eBay


Gathering IT intelligence


Web activism on the rise


High-tech work force growing


Microsoft embraces biometrics


Just wait 'til next year


Biometrics: More than a helping hand


Briefs


Senate shores up DOD security


Illusionary automation


E-lusive


GSA makes auction bid


Rethinking 'public' docs


Diagnosing errors at VA


N.C. companies join to bring Internet to all


NEA: Schools need $53.7 billion in technology


Earthquake Web site to the rescue


Intergraph expands GIS options


The Circuit


GAO drafts IT guide


Denver tracks vaccinations


Ready or not, the dot-coms have arrived


San Jose building permits online


Washington coalition attacks Internet crime


Procurement portal gathers support


At a glance


Rules of the road


Signature squabbles


USPS: Address unknown?


Ark. IT employees to telework


OFPP legislative changes


How PKI Works


Industry tackles 508 regs


The New Road Rage


Lining up for e-gov


Information access for all


Live video to aid L.A. rescuers


Making Web meetings a snap


Oracle makes grand play for data


Web expands boundaries of GIS


Conn. simplifies tech buying


HR services Web-enabled


Playing hard to get


IT departments must evolve to remain competitive


Cities populating World Wide Web


Marketing 101


Marketing ideas for promoting e-government


States struggle with welfare reform


N.C. revamps Commerce site


Software AG debuts XML database


How to make FTS 2001 work


Pentagon seeing 2020


USPS: Fighting for survival


How will the Patient Safety Reporting System work?


Grants will help build tech centers


Agarwal takes post at NIC


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