CIOs meet the press

E-gov sessions look inside XML

E-government aficionados took an in-depth look at the role of Extensible Markup Language at a recent conference in Washington presented by the Government XML Working Group.

Group co-chairman Owen Ambur, right, who moderated the day's events, talks during a break with Lockheed Martin Corp.'s Henry Breton.

Several federal IT leaders ventured into the Fourth Estate recently at the National Press Club in Washington to conduct a lively session on[IMGCAP(1)] government IT.

The panel discussion, part of the press club's CyberCocktail Lecture Series (the cyber comes first; cocktails are afterward), ranged from e-government and security issues to the future of federal systems.

Environmental Protection Agency CIO Kim Nelson elaborates on IT security issues during her remarks.


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After the panel discussion, the Defense Department's Ed Banka, left, and Tri M. Phan of Trusted Integration Inc. digest the issues.

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