Volume 6 Issue 82 November 5 2000


NASA rethinks biz plan

Congress gives nod to nanotechnology

Key IP telephony standards

Weighing the options

Hill delivers ? some ? security funding

Navy restricts IT buys

Racing the Olympic clock

EBay pledges aid to seniors

Govolution partner to add local appeal

The security glass is half full

Invention, the mother of profit

GSA, Gateway settle dispute

DOD database to battle cybercrime

DOD plans big IT grid

The big payoff

Sorting keys to reform

Of fish and funding

Web sites, CDs attempt to curb school violence

Plug and play: Power computing grids

Army scouts biometrics

TRAC should be derailed

BlackBerry pushes a sweet solution

Building a global web

Going for the gold

The lure of money

Governments struggle with e-gov savings

The Circuit

IT needs more funding

NSF invites cybergrants

Chicago police offer citizens a way to track local crime

How IT projects add up in Iowa

Taking aim at gun issues

State and local eyes focused on Iowa's test

Florida cracks down on stolen goods

IT workers to receive pay hike

Seattle fired up over new Web feature

How it works

Tracking IT funding

State laws win over E-Sign

The Dara Murray File

Take two on taxing

E-taxes: A long way to go

Maine warms to new Web site

Communities split millions to fight digital divide

CIO Council serving 'cookies' guide

'Everyone in death is equal'

ISP starts storm service

Groups still fall through the Net

Data on demand

Actions speak louder than words

Configuration data: Go figure

Beware industry 'principles'


Lights years ahead

Military on NMCI watch

Taking security up a notch

An ounce of prevention

IRS presses its paperless project

Cold feet on e-commerce

Three lines into voice over IP

Bit-by-bit strategy works in dot-com world

Public goods, personal use

Florida ports seeing STARS

More access, yet divide persists

Poll: Public hopes e-gov leads to accountability

Wireless brings the Web to the palm

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