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Volume 24 Issue 34 December 12 2005


Cyber eye: And the worst security idea of 2005 was . . .


Turning the tide against spam

The finer points of searches

Program detects dangers that run silent, run deep


The line of network defense shifts again

Status check: 2006 appropriations bills almost complete

FAA forms task force to tackle cybersecurity flaws

CADE to expand tax processing with Form 1040s

IRS takes ownership of modernization projects

CIO Council committee, GPO discuss XML template

BlackBerry injunction not likely to open federal doors for Palm

Despite lawsuit, RIM continues to innovate

BlackBerry users in a jam

DHS looks to new technologies to secure borders

Group devising plan for bulk buys of IT hardware

Defense users will have to wait a little longer for IPv6

For IPv6 transition, 2008 starts now


'Did you hear...'

The Community: Nelson leaves a legacy of success at EPA

PACKET RAT: What's in the cards for 2006? Pods are the talk of the Net

Letters to the editor

Technical Difficulties

Federal contract law: Disaster reveals cracks in procurement process



People on the Move

Guidelines for certification are nearly done

ID card rules will also apply to contractors

DOD will spend $13b to convert legacy systems

Public-private team wins $1b contract at DOE

Science.gov upgrades to Version 3.0


Internaut: Heading into 2006, standards bode well

DHS to help defend networks against the newest threats

Hold the phone

YEAR IN REVIEW: Decisions, decisions: Good ideas grow up