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Greg Langlois

Education reform taps IT

The Education Department released a plan designed to correct long-standing management problems


Teleworking group logs on

A software consortium of government and private organizations launched a group that will evaluate how to make teleworking a reality

NASA: Simulation proves its worth

NASA announced last month that it had completed its first real-time simulation of a major hub airport

IT key to Education reform

New blueprint to fix longtime mismanagement sets timetable for new financial system, other IT plans


Telework group logs on

New consortium will develop best practices, sing teleworking's praises


Bill targets workforce 'crisis'

Senator calls for agency 'chief human capital officers'


Bill aimed at workforce 'crisis'

Sen. Voinovich wants agencies to have management tools to reverse 'human capital crisis'

Coordination urged on cyberterror

Feds, states, industry need to work together to confront potential attacks, Virginia governor says

Education unveils Web redesign

New site adds personalization, reorganizes information and improves searches


FAA appeals pay decision

The FAA has appealed an arbitrator's decision ordering the agency to give computer specialists the governmentwide IT pay raise

FAA urged to boost baggage tech

Inspector general says high-tech explosives detectors could be used much more

More cybersecurity study 'crucial'

Too few researchers are focusing on cybersecurity, putting the U.S. at risk, experts say


FAA appeals pay decision

Agency appeals arbitrator's decision to give computer specialists the governmentwide IT pay raise

Tech key to terror response

Local officials tell Congress that all levels of government need to be on the same wavelength

USDA picks GIS standard

Department will use ESRI products across all agencies under new five-year pact

Keys called target for terrorists

Third-party encryption keys would only put institutions at more risk, congressmen and panelists say

Data determining Free Flight future

GAO says there will be enough information to decide on deployment for one air traffic system


Spawning spread of knowledge

New Web database lets managers track disease-carrying fish

Honoring a colleague online

One agency used the Web to honor one of its own who died Sept. 11

Facing the need for biometrics

The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks have sparked interest in using biometric technology to strengthen aviation security