Feds define the pieces of the Web-enabled puzzle

Energy Department CIO Karen Evans leads a session on government Web services.

J. Adam Fenster

Martin Kwapinski of FirstGov defines some of the key principles for federal Web sites.

Charlie Grymes, Dana Hallman, and George Thomas

The elements of Web-enabled government'from cross-agency collaboration to designing Extensible Markup Language documents to managing content'were broken down and reassembled this month at the FedWeb Spring 2003 conference.
The three-day gathering at George Mason University's Arlington, Va., campus offered tutorials, workshops and exhibits designed to give a how-to view of e-government from the front lines.

Pictures from the event:
Charlie Grymes of Recreation.gov talks about cross-agency collaboration in a session subtitled, 'When Does It Quit Hurting So Much and Start to Pay Dividends?'
The General Services Administration's Dana Hallman describes how to evaluate vendors of content management software.

GSA's George Thomas conducts a workshop on using component-based architectures with Web services.


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