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Volume 19 Issue 10a May 8 2000


With Revo, Psion crosses the pond on third wave


EServer is easy to install but difficult to configure

Deep Paint, a Photoshop plug-in, can act like an art simulator

Perfection 1200U is sharp on images, but its OCR falls short


Altec Lansing delivers power, clarity for a price, but Labtec's $80 four-speaker system rings true

Did you hear the one about sound coming out of a computer? It's a good one and getting better


NeoTrace tracks packets as they travel the Net

Agencies find scorecard use a balancing act

New NOAA supercomputer boasts a Linux architecture

FBI, INS plan a match on IDs

White House calls for global VPN

CIO Council on track, members say

GSA awards 21 Millennia Lite contracts for high-end IT, mission-support services

After 30-year government career, Veterans Affairs' Gracey to retire

House lawmakers propose privacy commission to monitor use on Net

By year's end, Justice plans to issue RFP for office automation upgrade

Forest Service uses Web to lure short-term workers

Commerce Department zeros in on digital effort's hurdles

USPS rolls out handheld data collection system

IRS gets the go-ahead to spend $148.4 million on modernization

FBI supertechs gather evidence for service-denial hacking case

To draw users, FTS 2001 contractors keep adding new services

NMCI could hit snag without DISA agreement

Basic steps would shore up security, officer says

CIO Council is ready to start study on IT pay

OMB pushes agencies to make online attempt


ANOTHER VIEW: Wallace O. Keene




Letters to the Editor


SAIC sets up ODIN help desk

IT-21 co-creator gets new post

AID hosts virtual conference

BLS: Stress injuries decline

Compaq names federal chief

Lab earns computing kudos

GSA awards more MAA pacts

NIST's Wakid jumps to NWS

For overseas posts, State merges five e-mail systems into one

IT capital plan guides spending

Interview: State IT moves to front office

GCN_Tech Trends

Energy extends two-way system into remote area


Tumbleweed Communications opens secure inbox for messages

Unix client-server can replace that old PBX

Cisco says government users are early adopters of IP phones

QOSWorks lives on network edge to maximize Ethernet bandwidth

Distance learning receives high-level backing

FTS finds itself in vendor role at Dallas conference

Net conference server runs under Linux

Tripwire Inc. adds control module to its intrusion detection program

Naval center keeps defensive eye on its network

FCC gives nod to transverter for wireless links

Protect your net with a filter