07/03/2000

Volume 6 Issue 55 July 3 2000


Magazine

When the 'cookie' crumbles


Letters to the Editor


SGI delivers higher 'octane'


'My N.C.' on the way for citizens


Cyberspace can improve our living space


ANSWER roles


VPN: Light at the end of the tunnel


FAA tackles runway hazards


Netgov.com joins e-fray


Conditions of the FirstGov brand


Partnerships shape IT work force literacy


Portal will help e-gov click


Avoiding a logistics death spiral


Building onto the system


Countdown to national missile defense


Who's under the NMD umbrella?


Portable learning


Roads not taken


Va. governor outlines e-gov plan


Conn. public TV gets $2M to go digital


Closing a deadly digital divide


Web notices now the law in Alaska


Intercepts


Commerce starting over with Commits


Financial-flavored XML takes shape


Who's on FirstGov?


A VPN primer


Pa. makes spreading computer viruses illegal


Supercomputer souped up


GAO again fails Energy security


Portal would customize federal info


Michigan to post lesson plans online


Building the Army's confidence in high-tech


Securing home, workplace


Arkansas has ANSWER to the welfare question


VPN glossary


Calif. seeks $10M for e-gov


The Circuit


ERP tips


Championing share-in-savings contracts


Industry Watch


A waste of Thrift Savings


Spreading the word


Navy CIO: Most jobs safe


Report: DOE lax on spies


Hit the mall for free technology access


Betting the planet on IT


Collision-warning radar on course


Tech, gov leaders to debate e-gov privacy


Toshiba revs notebook lines


The perfect forecast


On a collision course


Houston schools spell management success 'ERP'


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