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02/07/2005

Volume 24 Issue 3 February 7 2005


GCN_Lab_Review

The lowdown on handheld PCs


Slight of hand, heavy on features


Microsoft takes crack at counter-espionage software


802.11g wireless LANs nowhere near 54 Mbps


GCN_News

Settlement on much-protested deal frees HUD to modernize IT


Bid protest stalls biometric passports


Hill takes a close look at high-risk programs


Uncle Sam cracks down on the use of fake diplomas in government


SAIC sees future for FBI system


NIST lays out new smart-card draft specs


XML excises the Army's ancient forms system


An XML registry is key to sharing data


GSA gets semantic with architecture reference models


The promise of XML


For '06, most agencies' IT budgets will be flat


Congress aims to clear backlog of security clearances


Info sharing can be perilous'just ask Energy and DHS


GCN_Commentary

Packet Rat: The whiskered one tries a new open-source ingredient


Neil Stillman, first CIO of HHS, passes away


Editorial Cartoon


@Info.Policy: Will privacy officers really protect privacy?


EDITOR'S DESK: PC abandonment is no surprise, yet sad


GCN_TechBriefs

People on the Move


NIST puts the word out on security safeguards


Six Quicksilver projects may get e-gov awards


Postal Service to consolidate servers, improve support


Patent office will get continued systems help from CSC


OPM public affairs officer Asher murdered


CIOs faulted for slow crawl toward telework


OPM will track agencies' IT training efforts


Army issues solicitation for portal vendor


Interior taps ESRI for geospatial portal redesign


Lockheed wins $1.9 billion A-76 deal with FAA


GSA studies how to reorganize its services


GCN_TechReports

Power User: More Google power


Cyber Eye: Consumer technologies present fresh headaches for net administrators


Inside UML Version 2.0


System architects get new tool for their EA efforts


New features ease BPM planning


Process makes perfect