Getting the dish on e-security

Getting the dish on e-security

SAY WHAT?



size="2">'All businesses have problems, but not of our level.'


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size="2">'I have serious concerns about the Metropolitan Area Acquisition program, the status of that transition, the fees charged by GSA and the impact on crossover.'

'Rep. Tom Davis (R-Va.) [Page 7]


Government and industry executives converged on a common interest, electronic commerce, this month at the Secure E-Business Executive Summit in Arlington, Va., presented by the Interoperability Clearinghouse.

At top left, James Golden, left, chief of systems modernization for the Postal Service's Office of Procurement, compares notes with USPS' Otis Corzine, center, and Ronald Sable, vice president of the public sector division of Guardent Inc. of Alexandria, Va.

Bottom left, Capt. Edward J. Case of the Defense Logistics Agency talks with the Navy's Jerri Bitner during a break between sessions.

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