Volume 7 Issue 2 January 21 2001


How it works

NPR hits end of the road

Securing the final frontier

Y2K: Only the grin remains

GAO details IT program risks

Going the distance for career growth

GAO focuses on EPA info management


Indian trust fund management targeted

Service-level agreements defined

SBA plan addresses GAO concerns

A Supreme effort

Education schooled on IT controls

Make people matter

IRS investment eyes many returns

Defense CIO office stands fast

VHA workers get back pay

Enrollment headaches

VA must address IT strategy

Agencies' people problems

Report recommends INS restraint

Navy builds virtual community

DOD to streamline export licensing

Bush's Texas legacy: E-gov

The Circuit

Future workload is SSA's greatest challenge

No weak links for FirstGov

Keep outsourcing apolitical

USPS unveils certified e-mail

Postal Service forecast grim

A simple twist of fate

Bush's Brand

DOD e-commerce strategy knocked

Whither go the CIOs?

Back to the future with the whiteboard

HUD hailed, but still has high risk

Commerce makes progress on modernization

OMB unveils security guidance

IT firms join to share security information

State needs to shore up security

Navy lifts sights on NMCI

Workforce woes make GAO's high-risk list

DOD eyes cyberspy exec

IRS, Customs targeted at Treasury

XML: New formula for e-learning

HCFA spinning wheels in IT efforts

FAA office to get help on easing crowded skies

Who will be the federal CIO?

Labor has to work on one-stop system

DOT facing familiar criticism

Looking for a better fit


DOE contract management, security targeted

Maintaining a sense of history

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