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Volume 19 Issue 4 February 21 2000


Finally, you can have color in the Palm of your hand

Okipage's price and output are well-balanced

Fast printers

Flexible text editor still takes too much memory

Norton AntiVirus 6 for Mac stays on guard

There's little need to rush to upgrade from NT to Win 2000

OS upgrades across multiple platforms prove successful


As you like it? Here are some good and bad points of successor to NT

Learn how to take control of Win 2000


GSA, NSA test app to bridge the gap between agency PKIs

Feds eye systems that could host pesky attack code

IT is key to most budget priorities

Energy confronts the human side of security issue

Industry wary of new security laws

Feds on guard against Feb. 29 code glitches

GITS Board to come under CIO Council

Defense forces demand more data than voice links on the battlefield

AF signs records management BPAs

IT initiatives top DOD's budget list, from security to signal data

Filling IT jobs is top concern, federal chiefs says

OCC launches an extranet site for national banks

IRS systems employees receive plaudits for IT efforts and service

USPS customer needs should drive systems solutions, tech officer says

Treasury begins refining its systems architecture

Navy begins reviewing bids for its intranet services contract

Commerce unveils plan to remake itself as all-digital department

Justice questions basis of archiving lawsuit

Customs calls a halt to its modernization pilot

Navy's No. 2 official upbraids Microsoft

IRS retreats from plan to begin modernization




Security above all


Letters to the Editor


GSA seeks Trail Boss alumni

FAA awards, extends contracts

GSA adds satellite offerings

DISA upgrades ATM nets

Veterans agency names CIO

USPS gets PostalOne funding

GSA: Study backs depot plan

Army to buy PCs for vehicles

Marine Online draws few users among Corps' work force

Marines speed modernization

Interview: Brig. Gen. Robert M. Shea

GCN_Tech Trends

MiTAC enters the telephony server market

Automated planning via Web is one of many new federal conference services

One card is key to many nets