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01/24/2000

Volume 19 Issue 2 January 24 2000


GCN_Lab_Review

Cookie tags help by supplying log file analyses with user-session data


WebTrends server keeps tabs on all the action at a big site


Visio 2000 tools are right in step with Office 2000


Get ready for the next big thing: XML


Your network technology will influence router selection


ROUTER


GCN_News

Defense pilot will pave way for departmentwide PKI use


Desktop PCs and notebooks meet in the middle


This little projector may be portable, but it's not so handy


Pentagon sets DMS deadline


Clinton seeks $2.03 billion for IT security next year


Corel files a lawsuit against Labor contract awarded to Microsoft


Protest over Army contract award fails to materialize


FAA systems problems hold up flights in the East


In wake of attack on Thomas site, library evaluates its online security practices


In many IT shops, jobs roll over with new year and new projects


FTS shifts its focus from contracts to solving IT problems for agencies


Defense: Spy system is only major Y2K failure


The lesson of Y2K: IT makes federal agencies tick


ATF finishes migration to new financial system


GCN_Commentary

THE BELTWAY AND BEYOND


THE VIEW FROM INSIDE


ANOTHER VIEW


GCN_TechBriefs

Outsourcing lists are issued


FBI, ATF create ballistics net


GSA supply depots await fate


Federal Reserve upgrades net


CorelDraw 8 for Mac is free


NASA outsources PCs at HQ


PubMed Central will go live


DOD readies global project


Labor cuts work with enhanced document tracking system


VETS gets help with GPRA aims


Interview: Patricia Lattimore


GCN_Tech Trends

Can you separate convergence fact from fiction?


Satellites expand comm possibilities, but even the sky has limits


Smith gets Office Anywhere moving


Build bigger bandwidth for your network backbone five ways


Despite promise, voice over IP is still in the talking stage


Bluetooth is ready for a leap toward wireless environment


VA medical center puts wireless LAN to the test


Comm alternatives


On-demand bandwidth service bills by the minute


This e-mail will self-destruct without a mess


Braille books get online outlet


INTERNAUT