B>A Dec. 8 Washington Technology story implied that BTG's acquisition of Delta Research would be dependent upon the success of a forthcoming initial public offering. In fact, BTG completed the acquisition and settled with George Gingerelli and other Delta principals on Nov. 15. James Colker and John Martinson are not individual shareholders of BTG but respectively represent shares owned by the CEO Venture Fund and Edison Fund.

An editing error in the same issue cut a front-page story, "GSA's Future Not So Rosy," off in mid-sentence. The final sentence should have read: "Has (GSA Administrator Roger) Johnson so compromised himself, in the eyes of both legislators and GSA employees, that his authority has been effectively undermined?"

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