See what you thought was hot, and not, in '04

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Reader survey

Technology trends and governmentwide policies put some sizzle in the GCN Reader Survey this year, providing an interesting glimpse of the government IT landscape.

Hot technologies: Web services, patch management, videoconferencing and wireless.

Hot policies and practices: knowledge management, outsourcing and security.

Hot-and-cold issue: agency performance on the President's Management Agenda.

On a specific program, the Navy-Marine Corps Intranet project took a hit from respondents early in the year, when 72 percent opined that the project wasn't on track. But a plurality cited progress in reducing legacy applications.

Stay tuned for 2005.


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