GCN/State & Local starts millennium with a new look

GCN/State & Local starts millennium with a new look

You are looking at a transformed GCN/State & Local, our first major redesign.

Readers will notice the changes beginning with the front page. It sports a new logo and page design, reflecting a fresh approach to how GCN/State & Local covers government information technology and the people who buy and deploy it.

In upcoming issues our writers and editors will more closely focus on electronic government, IT employee recruitment and retention, security, communications and networking, outsourcing, IT policies and other emerging topics, ranging from wireless to knowledge management, that extensive research has shown to be of utmost importance to readers,' editorial director Thomas R. Temin said.

GCN/State & Local will continue to be a tabloid-size newspaper, with upgraded graphics, photography and typefaces. Sections have been reorganized to reflect the new focus on content, Temin said.

'While we will still be the reliable GCN/State & Local, with the redesign the newspaper will be more contemporary and more reflective of the pressures government IT and program managers face in 2001,' he said. 'One thing that won't change is GCN/State & Local's commitment to providing readers with the most timely, relevant technology and community news, reviews and analysis.'

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