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01/13/2003

Volume 22 Issue 1 January 13 2003


GCN_Lab_Review

GCN Lab rates 802.11a wireless access points


The lowdown on integrated development environments


New developments: integrated development environments


GCN_News

Computer theft prompts reward offer


Chiefs resign, PCs 'lost' at Energy lab


State and local IT projects face serious budget pinch


108th Congress will focus on oversight


Possible war, terrorist threats shape Defense IT agenda


Navy can put 100,000 more seats on NMCI


GSA to put governmentwide contracts under FSS


Houston continues with citywide e-mail plan, despite controversy


GAO: E-gov projects don't make their case


Fledgling HSD pecks at its shell


Game Time: Can Bush's playbook deliver results?


CEO: Federal networks need security service


GAO: Check INS buys


FedCIRC fields free patch service


GCN_Commentary

Unscramble: GPEA's Paper Shredder


Packet Rat: Worst scenarios come in by the case


Editorial Cartoon


Significa


Another View: Hill makes welcome changes to MAS


From here ahead


Mission Control: Imagine - an agency getting a Baldrige


GCN_TechBriefs

Filters block porn sites'federal sites, too


Out with the old name, in with MPC


IRS begins to move e-learning courses online


Mississippi puts the Internet in every classroom


NASA orders partial freeze on IT purchases


Special Ops group awards IT support pact


NIH adds single sign-on to its one-stop portal


NARA: Digital tape, FTP are OK for records


GCN_TechReports

Pop-up messages relay alarms at Bureau of Land Management


Comptroller pulls agency's numbers together


If snitched, Va. notebooks phone home


Network security monitors go enterprisewide, analyze events


Queens D.A. monitors cases like airlines track their flights


Compact tape library packs data in at 3.4T


@Info.Policy: Are e-gov act's privacy reviews a hollow demand?


VA watches over servers as well as patients


The Air Force's FIRST rule: Keep outsourcing flexible


Fujitsu RAID systems scale up to 13.7T


Cyber Eye: Error guidelines raise hackles


What's New Now


GCN_TopStories

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