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02/23/2004

Volume 23 Issue 4 February 23 2004


GCN_Lab_Review

Database dressing: Find a program tailored for you


The lowdown on a blade server


A cut above


GCN_News

Online extra: States weigh offshore outsourcing limits


IRS turns up pressure on main contractor


VA scampers to stay ahead of viruses


Web portal, other initiatives lie ahead


NMCI leaders point to progress ...


Census data could change affirmative action plans


New law will curb offshoring of federal IT work


Davis: Use Ed. rules to spot bogus degrees


On-the-fly systems pass first real test in Senate


DHS cybersecurity czar sees some progress in preparing for attacks


OMB snaps purse closed for new IT


Putting play to work: Agencies find creative new uses for online games


Army discipline applied to rules


VPN pays off for Army


GCN_Commentary

Personal space: Road warrior


Packet Rat: The Rat seeks shelter from the storm


'Did you hear...'


Editorial Cartoon


Another View: IT exchange program has potential for payoff


Limitations of IT


GCN_TechBriefs

Online extra: Contractors assemble U.S. Visit teams


Space panel seeks Web input


DOD pulls plug on Internet voting overseas


DHS will be shopping at DOD's EMall


Seattle settles on Gateway PCs as its standard


EDS halts all HITS transition work for HUD


Day care info mistakenly posted on Web


DHS unveils its top eight 2004 IT priorities


USDA brews up plan for coffee trade e-receipts


GCN_TechReports

Agencies rescue camper with aid of satellite beacon


FedSource replaces travel with e-meetings


Forman touts IT as commodity


Systems chiefs praise EA focus


GAO: Agencies could fight fires better with shared architecture


Congress mulls more help for wireless E911


Global registry of product ID numbers serves the military and private sectors


Tag, you're it: Defense pushes RFID to vendors


Rights management needs policies


Internaut: What's WiMax? Wireless with a 30-mile range


TIGER app tames paper


Power User: Prime-time wireless for small offices? Not quite


Park Service turns to animation in the flash