10/02/2000

Volume 6 Issue 76 October 2 2000


Magazine

An e-business agenda


Preparing for inevitable threats to security


Ala. pilots virtual high school


DOD rolls out smart cards


County marries Webcasts to weddings


A how-to for reducing agency paper


Shopping network boosts local government clout


New way to get archives


Hey, private sector, it takes two to partner


A law anything but uniform


Web mining: The next big thing


Puerto Rico plugs in populace


DFAS mulls outsourcing pay system


CDs play well in Florida crises


Shadowing cyberslackers


Configuration data: Go figure


Study: E-gov can't stop now


Navy open for e-business


States sign CSC to prevent fraud


Risky Business


The Circuit


Elements of the Automated Intrusion Detection Capability


A case of arrested development


Outsourcing: Read between the lines


Balancing act


Alaskan tribes launch Web site


Internet use guidelines


From FIDNet to AIDC


More low-income people discovering the Net


'A nice turnaround'


Racing the Olympic clock


Digging for data treasure


Going for the gold


W.Va. equipping elderly with computers


Quick tips for accessible Web sites


Audit scorches DOT security


E-government's hidden gem


Pennsylvania streamlines contracting procedures


A 'real-life' perspective on e-government


Net transactions: A style guide


Match game: Teachers, schools meet online


Election season heats up e-mail debates


E-mail lists taking off in Wash.


Family-unfriendly


DOT firewall can't take the heat


Poll reveals Americans' e-government agenda


Taking a mulligan on PC setups


NetVault 6


Guide to online learning


Companies sign on for e-tax filing service


Citizens wield power through technology


Security: Who should be in charge?


Letters to the Editor


SSA gives customers some TLC


Enabling the disabled


Site speeds answers to farmers


Pentagon bolsters net mandate


Key components of UDDI


Which intrusion is worse?


New Jersey taking hard look at computer crime


GSA uploads offices for new president


Schools supplied


Idaho lawmakers go to boot camp


Military mines for golden technology


Intercepts


Energy wires Web portal to fuel easy user access


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