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02/22/1999

Volume 18 Issue 4 February 22 1999


GCN_News

His warehouse wows USDA managers


IT-21 supplies smooth sailing


Cascade server app lets users mesh Unix and NT platforms


NASA IG looks into Internet services buy


BREAKING NEWS


Patience is a virtue when building data warehouses


Power User sings praises of a few of his favorite things


Data visualization tools give form to the content


Software changes delay rollout of FAA satellite navigation system


The new CIO in town must gain credibility


Tech Refresh


GSA expects its first Seat task order to provide better service—invisibly


NIH opens mainframe access


Data mining prospects for diamonds in the rough


Some feds can't live without handhelds


USPS hands mail supervisors Windows CE on handheld PCs


The Rat finds millions of good reasons not to fix faulty date code


IBM's Microdrive, world's smallest drive, stores up to 340M of data


Briefing Book


Group plans satellite network to tap virtual data warehouses


Customs asks: Can ports work if computers fail?


House reform committee drops 'oversight' from its name only


Product Reviews


Reports tie IT weaknesses to agencies' problems | GCN


Data warehousing tools


GSA official to naysayers: Federal EC is here


No risk, no gain


Seven Interior employees honored for work in systems development


Army prepares to open ordering on Infrastructure Support 1 buy


This data warehouse creates a virtual Noah's Ark


Energy, Intel collaborate on space-ready Pentium CPU


Supercomputing's next frontier strains software


Air Force drops Desktop IDIQs


Ohio VA centers call on videoconferencing system


Learn to speak the language of this blossoming technology field


Navy finds place for ATM and Gigabit Ethernet on nets


Compaq, releasing Version 7.2, signals support for OpenVMS


Is a competitive Postal Service good business?


Study reveals that IT is key to agencies' performance


NerveCenter quiets alarms, tackles problems


NWS vet will get systems up to speed


Library goes online bit by bit


Mainframes are easier to fix than LANs | Interview with Chris Weiss, Y2Ktechnologist


Replicator will let you daisychain CD-Rs to copy hundreds of CD-ROMs at a time


USPS gains lots of knowledge, if not sales, as smart-card pilot concludes


Vinca OffSite Archive for NetWare can run on a standalone or standby server


VirusScan now handles hostile Java applets


Network printer specifications


The search is on for ways to navigate invisible Web sites


Letters to the editor


Trinium servers execute up to 3,200 MIPS


For now, SSA will keep issuing PEBES off line


State's globe-trotting employees will get wired, IT chieftain vows


STARS stores reports on tape, saves money


Consortium team are the real People of the Year


Buzz Lightyear, you have mail


With pcTelecommute, you really can work at home


High-bandwidth backbone handles Texas-size Internet traffic


NARA: Agencies must set own records policies


USPS inks preferred vendor agreement for open-ended payroll systems support


Data warehousing and the Web