12/01/2002

Volume 8 Issue 48 December 1 2002


Magazine

A look at future homeland security technology


Quick thinking


Health net gets badly needed booster


Milwaukee makes fast response


Looking for an industry assist


Cautionary tales


It's all about program management


Standards are crucial for reporting system


Industry leaders weigh in on local priorities


New opportunities for NIST


Group urges air traffic upgrades


Navy's Porter retires


Assessing our goals


Making architectures work


Standards are crucial for reporting system


Called up for duty


Pacom commander demands more of IT


Back to school


Feds spark high-end computing resurgence


Comdex 2002 goes mobile


Privacy made simple for high-tech minds


Good news, bad news for GIS managers


Air Force piloting secure portal


Program management gets second look


New forays into PDA market


Looking for an industry assist


Coast Guard turns HR helm over to vendor


Bill pushes security, but no money so far


New tool monitors cancer rates


Web-based system lowers energy costs


Designing Web pages for accessibility


FBI struggles with data management


Too much at stake to wait


Cautionary tales


Health net gets badly needed booster


TSA preps smart ID pilot programs


Evans heads CIO Council


E-gov agenda takes shape


Local role getting short shrift, critics say


Feds as publishers


GSA's center of activity


Intercepts


Horn: Feds still fail security


Mapping a response


OMB finds security leverage


Lessons from AKO


Web collaboration: No bad options


GIS politics may be tougher than technology


Homeland agency charged with outreach


Grid vendor opens fed unit


Infiltrating agency ops


It's all about program management


Long live contract bundling


Greg Woods, 59, dies


Milwaukee makes fast response


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