'04 on the floor

The exhibit hall, always a main FOSE attraction, showcased hundreds of products for government.

Henrik G. deGyor

Trade show puts hottest hardware, software and IT issues on display

Thousands of feds and other government IT officials gathered at the Washington Convention Center last month for the three days of FOSE, the nation's largest government IT trade show.

In addition to displays and demonstrations of the latest technologies, sessions at FOSE, owned by PostNewsweek Tech Media, tackled many of government's most challenging issues, from security and procurement methods to workforce and cross-government online services.

Photo gallery of FOSE 2004

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