Volume 7 Issue 1 January 7 2001


May its bad manners RIP

How to choose the best format

Congress may renew contract bundling fight


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


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


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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