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08/21/2000

Volume 19 Issue 24 August 21 2000


GCN_Lab_Review

Microsoft Exchange 2000 takes groupware to the next level


Slim PCs pare down functions but not performance


E-mail & groupware


LAB NOTES


Gigahertz chips give PCs super power


GCN_News

Library of Congress is now adrift in a sea of digital data


Army group adds XML to its repertoire


Corel makes shifting from Windows to Linux a snap


IPv4 runs out of room


Linux vendors plot a penguin invasion of government agencies


Data from classified system fuels legal debate in Wen Ho Lee case


GAO to INS: Revise architecture plan


Senate report calls for improved reporting of GPRA information


Congress revisits GPRA's use within government


Federal law officers tap database to help find missing children


GSA honors Federal Technology Service workers


Education aims to bolster security after criticism from IG, GAO


FBI will upgrade NICS for better efficiency, uptime


Benefits administration wants to embrace thin-client computing


Patient records system to connect DOD, VA and IHS


Veterans Affairs aims to integrate its services


Justice will have university review Carnivore


IG calls Space Station notebook code faulty


DISA certifies SGI Irix system under DII COE


DLA awards $389.8m modernization contract


GCN_Commentary

@INFO.POLICY: Robert Gellman


FEDERAL CONTRACT LAW: Joseph J. Petrillo


ANOTHER VIEW: Herbert Schorr


EDITORIAL


GCN_TechBriefs

Army names new DMS chief


Itanium OSes get ready to roll


Clinton signs DOD funding bill


DOT awards e-mail contracts


Census inks support contract


Compaq sets server OS plans


DEA center gains support


FirstGov team gets under way


GSA's ready to roll out replacement for16-year-old HR system


Agency tinkers with e-buying


INTERVIEW: CIO sets sights on standard IT


GCN_Tech Trends

COMMUNICATIONS: NEW PRODUCT


Online marketing to feds gets creative


New software protects Microsoft Web server app


Court adds video via phones


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