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07/13/1998

Volume 17 Issue 17 July 13 1998


GCN_News

BDM will modernize EDGAR for $49 million


DESKTOP COMPUTING | New Products


ENTERPRISE COMPUTING | Beat the Clock


INS moves into Phase 2 of its modernization effort


State, local IT moves quickly


Power users, meet your systems matches


Some cookies leave a bad taste; be careful if you nibble on the Net


ENTERPRISE COMPUTING


Armada 7800, Solo 5100XL serve well as weapons for road warriors | GCN BuyersGUIDE


High-end notebooks offer a smorgasbord of features


Commerce innovates to recruit systems workers


Major HUD Programs


Choose SurfSaver if you need to save Web pages for reference


Online or off, DropChute tells you when a file is waiting


Education replaces 386 and 486 PCs as part of year 2000 effort


Potential WITS bidders get extra comment time


State's systems are vulnerable


Education office smokes out its stovepipe systems


HUD reroutes organizational flow chart to mirror changed mission


House lawmakers feud over date code monies


Television-quality Web display is possible, but browsers must catch up


Clean up Net files before they are demanded


Two offices TRIM archiving


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


COMMUNICATIONS


Handkey fingerprint reader lets in authorized, keeps out riffraff


LanRover Access Switch DPS has dual power supplies, cooling feature


News Roundup


Date code fix bollixes predictions on federal IT budgets, analysts say


Tool kit keeps mobile notebook PC users on the ball


All synonomous reform programs are not the same


Twelve HHS systems professionals win recognition


Defense and Treasury run e-check pilot


Compaq and Digital will launch a federal subsidiary


DOD COMPUTING


It's show time for GSA's Seat Management


SCSI, IDE or Extended IDE—it is your choice, so don't get mixed up


IBM to optimize DB2 Universal Database management system for Starfire servers


Gen. Hartzog, digital battlefield backer, to retire


Software will test PCs, servers for 2000 readiness


Today, everything comes down to the same thing: Are you ready for 2000?


Electronic software distribution is a hit at Defense


Graphics monitors put on masks for crisper color


PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR


DropChute+ is quirky but useful for file exchange


LAB NOTES


CIO strength is in ideas


Faxes are low on Army's priorities list


VA creates new chief information post


Martin takes over as Air Force CIO; Muellner retires


Army tests a new hospital net | GCN


DLA swats at E-Mall's bugs


This $150 contact database maximizes your limited time


SNAPSHOT


First servers with Xeon chips wear Dell label


Carl's Cartoon


Software glitches leave Navy Smart Ship dead in the water


Army makes new BPAs for leasing PCs open to all government buyers


High-end notebooks BUYERS GUIDE


NFC's ready to 'take on' 2000


Daniel R. Young: veteran fed reseller


Who's in charge? Major HUD Programs


Verification system sniffs out false subsidy claims