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'We're managing a finite resource, and we're pressing up against the finiteness.'

'Nancy J. Victory, assistant secretary of Commerce and head of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, referring to spectrum capacity [Page 45]

'GovNet, presented to us as the government's first-line response post-9-11, may turn into a shaggy dog story rather than a real opportunity.'

'Warren Suss, president of Suss Consulting of Jenkintown, Pa. [Page 9]

'The government can create needs and standards, but it cannot create solutions.'

'Omid Omidvar, manager of NIST's Advanced Technology Program, on the development of biometric security applications

Delia Davis and Wilbert Kelley of the General Services Administration's Office of Electronic Government were honored last month for their work on GSA's FedBizOpps Program.

Davis heads the office's Electronic Acquisition Systems Division, and Kelley is program analyst for FedBizOpps, the government's portal for listing and finding solicitations.

Angela Styles, administrator for the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, gave Davis and Kelley awards at a ceremony to mark FedBizOpps' success.

Director of Defense Procurement Deidre A. Lee has named Mark E. Krzysko to be deputy director for electronic business. Krzysko comes from the Naval Air Systems Team, where he was division director for electronic commerce solutions.

Susan Jackson of Igenium Corp., who has worked as program manager for Walter Reed Army Medical Center's Digital Services Program and Learning Management System, has been promoted to director of health care operations for the Upper Marlboro, Md., company.

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