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02/24/2003

Volume 22 Issue 4 February 24 2003


GCN_Lab_Review

Personal DBMSes gain power


The lowdown on a NAS server


NAS spells relief from storage woes


GCN_News

Navy gets OK to order more NMCI seats


Army's new logistics system gets ready to roll


Telemedicine gains ground on the battlefield


Shared workspaces keep DOD docs in the know


Congress will watch TIA watch for terrorists


U.S. aims to make war on Iraq's networks


Homeland CIO says architecture plan to be ready by September


Watch the bugs and don't get stung'or complacent


Award shows discrepancies in current system


OFPP makes sure 'small' means small


Congress likes e-gov idea but not the cost


Agencies hesitate to fund e-gov


DOD's grand plan


'Naked' federal sites are open to attack


Administration tunes plan for cybersecurity


Energy awards $409m for seat management


Agencies forge ahead with financial overhauls


GoLearn gets fee-for-service courses


GCN_Commentary

Packet Rat: All orange, all the time


'Did you hear...'


Matchup: Creature feature


Editorial Cartoon


Significa


Another View: Isn't it time you tried online collaboration?


What IT money?


GCN_TechBriefs

Five e-gov winners


NIST: Put faces and fingerprints on visas for ID


Coast Guard's Deepwater is afloat, GAO says


Red Hat Linux Advanced now a COE kernel


IT tools aid in the Columbia investigation


Health care database runs on tablet PCs


Commerce may merge telecom, tech bureaus


GCN_TechReports

AIX 5L dynamically reallocates CPUs


Visual area networking lets users collaborate


Two-way Dell server ready for Gigabit Ethernet


Internaut: To keep up with PKI, agencies need XML, and vice versa


Power User: Speed up remote Net access and slow down attackers


Library of Congress stacks its bar codes three deep for storage


In-Q-Tel gets into storage management


Markle report says antiterror effort should be decentralized


NSA plans high-security smart card


Every bit counts