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Bryant Jordan

SSA: Bill would give cons gains

For a decade, the SSA has pursued jailed SSA benefit recipients to ensure they do not receive benefit checks while in prison keeping hundreds of millions of dollars from prisoners.


FBI revamps anti-porn site

The new database on child pornographers will help investigators draw links between cases and find trends


Putting words into action

Information gap sparks reform at State Department

Cyberattacks down, costs up

Results from an annual survey on computer crime and security show a drop in computer security breaches but the cost of these attacks is rising.

Economic sneeze spares feds

Agencies, vendors say it's business as usual


Company takes State's Spanish calls

TeleTech will route Spanishlanguage inquiries for visa information to a call center in Mexico

Who reigns in 'Wild West' Web?

'Government may not have the biggest guns' when it comes to maintaining law and order


SSA looks for caseload management

Social Security's legal department is shopping for a computer system to better manage its caseload


NASA Spacelink team honored

Pioneering online public library to receive award for aerospace education

Survey: Cybercrime down, costs up

Annual survey shows industry, government about even as victims of computer crime

NTIA report acknowledges interference

But policy recommendations on the use of ultrawideband technologies will have to wait

Machines can translate, within limits

Automated translation technology is useful in technicallanguage applications

Digital Earth lives on

Private sector helps movement keep apace


State buying cyberalert service

Online service would provide workers with news and bulletins related to cyberthreats


DOJ unveils antitrust e-mail

Justice Department to issue an online call for leads involving antitrust violations.


House panel enters 'new world'

House International Relations Committee offers first Webcast of a public hearing

Powell pitches IT revolution

Secretary of State calls for increased funding for IT aimed at revolutionizing diplomacy

SEWP RFP posted?again

NASA opened the proposal process last week, but due to a glitch, put it on hold Monday

Looking for laptops

NASA is shopping for about $5 million in new laptop computers.

IT Modernization

Digital Earth maps county's decision

NASA helped officials of Patrick County, Va., choose between wireless phones and radios for its school bus communication system