01/07/2001

Volume 7 Issue 1 January 7 2001


Magazine

May its bad manners RIP


How to choose the best format


Congress may renew contract bundling fight


FedWire


Access Board standards out


Washington boasts digital trust


The myth of digital opportunity, the reality of the divide


Refining the FirstGov map


Air Force rivals to join on e-buying


Army boosts e-learning


Extra space means extra money


Familiar IT issues confront new Congress


Tauzin to lead key House panel


Army office transforms customer service


NetClerk streamlines online permits


NIC gets room to operate in Montana


Workforce Investment Act: Hard labor


Netgov.com going to court


Mixed messages


Let the sun shine in


Small biz key to CIO-SP 2


Distance learning without distance charges


California city tracks complaints


The big push for Mr. Bush


GSA lines up better DSL offerings


2001 At A Glance


DOD pushes performance


Internet voting gains new appeal


Unwanted ad dogs Buffalo site


Tale of the tape


Lincoln has progress in hand


School boards to create online dialogue


Facts about the U.S. Army Reserve Personnel Command


Online collaboration finally hits its stride


Pay raise spells trouble


Verizon teams with San Diego


One stop, but myriad problems


How filters work to keep surfing clean


Taking nothing for e-granted


Net storage gets serious


A supporting role


FCC paves way for new radios


The Circuit


Virtual vendor opens DOD shop


Calling Civic 50 award nominations


XML explained


IT 101 in Oregon


FDIC simplifies publishing with XML


But can NAS do databases?


Delaware court OKs CD filings


Net woes hit fed market


Cosgrave to depart IRS


Intercepts


DOJ distills e-gov tips


Much ado about filtering


Future electronic records archives bet on XML


DOT CIO gains responsibility, clout


Vegas' deal with gambling site folds


New and improved


Training anytime, anywhere


Make vendors accountable


A setup for savings


Feds clarify rule on bonuses


E-gov changes the courting rituals


BizWire


National Library of Medicine prescribes XML


The XML files


GSA steers toward a single IT architecture


Ohio takes a commercial break


Civic sites target young people


XML project centralizes agency stats


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