Volume 7 Issue 6 March 4 2001



Digital Earth maps county's decision

Telecom report due out soon

FEMA maps need flood of money


Federal CIO to head e-gov

Buy or rent?

GOP senators vow support for high-tech industry

How the House divides

The Circuit

Arula launches serial remote control

Bush's '02 blueprint pushes e-gov fund

Fingerprint readers enhance notebook security

Firm snaps up smart bus license

Internet to go


Miller: Education's new recruit

Power in numbers

Know thyself

The psychology of software

Is it over for transaction fees?

All together now

New Nashville portal will put people first

Ten years after

Cyberdefense students rely on PKI

Air Force won't follow NMCI lead

Lack of federal PKI hinders progress on e-purchasing

Letters to the editor

Rights of the disabled

Phoenix: a conduit for telecom

Street smart

Don't think twice, IT's all right

Magic bus

Iowa digs for data gold

E-commerce vendor nets Pentagon's deputy CIO

A czar by any other name

Cashing in on IT

Idaho earns best in show

The infancy of e-taxes

Coping with the security puzzle

Florida melds simplicity with high technology

Preserving e-history for all

DOD 'tail' needs a trim

A new generation of laws

NSF forms cyber panel

Creating a virtual medical market

CIOs get high-level face time

Data-rights reform needed

Workforce a priority for Accenture

Alaska asks for E-Rate exception

OPM readies new IT job series

New SEC site built for speed

With thin servers, you can pay as you grow

System monitors flood-prone creeks

Does Lotus have a future with DMS?

Directory assistance

Privacy vs. access

Jewel in the Middle East

Defense Wire

Two states choose NIC for e-procurement

Making sense of a mixed-up market

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