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09/23/2002

Volume 21 Issue 29 September 23 2002


GCN_Lab_Review

Satellites route e-mail'and spam'through space easily


WinBook J4 packs a desktop-full of power


Heads are turning for SpinScape digital photos


Electronic CRM offers a range of new contact technologies


The lowdown on CRM


CRM for citizens


GCN_News

Most agencies on track for competition goals


OMB's revised A-76 is nearly ready


INS in holding pattern on entry app


Interior's IT woes worsen; Norton found in contempt


Florida will analyze polling site IT


DOD sifts 600 antiterrorism proposals to nine


DISA plans bandwidth expansion to 10 Gbps


DOD expects industry to help it achieve net-centricity


Clarke unveils security strategy


NASA pulls plug on new launch system


Agencies must pick new payroll shops soon


Can DOD transform itself?


NIST and NSA scurry to draft new security guide for IT


System helps FAA see skies more clearly


Next year, tax forms will talk


USAID site helps companies go global


GCN_Commentary

Find a word: Systems modernization


PACKET RAT: Bada Bing! Rat's nodes get whacked


'Did you hear...'


Editorial Cartoon


By the numbers


Another View: Don't let cybersecurity bug you


OMB-centric world


GCN_TechBriefs

EPA gets IT assist


Study uncovers more security on Web sites


Scientists to set standards for digital evidence


OMB seeks new temporary chief for architect post


DOD signs deal for McAfee antivirus suite


FBI is deploying biometrics app for war on terror


DOJ, Treasury award $3 billion radio contracts


CDC sets a deal for nationwide health network


GCN_TechReports

Webcasting software invites the audience


Dell speeds up two of its server lines


R.I. retirement system retires folders


Unisys debuts storage management in a box


@Info Policy: NARA makes another half-hearted attempt at policy


IM-Age apps audit instant messages


Cyber Eye: A digital Pearl Harbor might not be so easy


Speaking medicine