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04/26/2004

Volume 23 Issue 9 April 26 2004


GCN_Lab_Review

Black and white does all right


The lowdown on e-records management


Managing the deluge


GCN_News

GSA seeks vendor input for next set of e-gov projects


Interagency radio pilot hits airwaves in Seattle


Iraq war shows 'the need for speed' in software deployment


DOD considers creation of a national high-assurance lab for software security


At last, Defense issues wireless rules


GSA offers few details on Networx, its successor to FTS 2001


BIA bolsters security with new network center


FAA slows down display system deployment


Lack of funding grounds IT upgrades at TSA


Army warns soldiers about pesky diploma mills


Hill sets plans for confronting diploma mill problem


Need for hierarchies makes taxonomy an essential ingredient in content management


Think of content like laundry


Capturing Content


DOD to shelve GCCS, roll out new system


GCN_Commentary

Personal space: Flagger


Packet Rat: Rat scurries to survive patch madness


Editorial Cartoon


Significa


Another View: Not so fast with Recruitment One-Stop


Et tu, Mac?


GCN_TechBriefs

Yellowstone cams aim for low-impact access


Project Safecom going nowhere fast, GAO says


DISA adds fiber vendors to the GIG-BE program


Study reveals more contract ills at GSA


Basic is better, new IT security report says


Agencies get more time to list their software


GAO: Workers have no role in A-76 protests


GCN_TechReports

Some NASA software could soon be open-source


@Info.Policy: Protecting data about infrastructures could be too big a task


Federal law hasn't stopped spammers from spamming


Popkin's System Architect follows federal EA model


FAA considers commercial satellites for traffic control


Cyber Eye: Educated users are still the best defense


Siren central