WASHINGTON TECHNOLOGY -- FEBRUARY 6, 1997
WORLD WIDE WEB: THE HOT NEW DELIVERY SERVICE
Distributors are moving beyond information-only sites to transaction-based pages that let customers order products and track their purchases.
BUSINESS PROCESS RE-ENGINEERING
Companies strive for increased functionality while balancing cost-cutting and revenue-enhancing capabilities.
A slew of contract opportunities with the Justice Department and other agencies promise to spread money around to large and small contractors.
WALL STREET REVIEW
SPOTLIGHT ON PROCUREMENT Federal agencies could save millions by investing in wireless technologies. INFOTECH and THE LAW Past performance reviews are gaining popularity in federal government procurement but may not be an ideal measuring stick.
INFOTECH and THE LAW
IN THE NETPLEX
WHO'S ON FIRST
American Management Systems Inc., Fairfax, VA and DynCorp, Reston, Va., were awarded a fly-off contract worth $3.3 million in August 1996 for the Defense Department's Standard Procurement System (WT, Jan. 23). Plans call for a winner to be selected and awarded a contract worth hundreds of millions of dollars over the next nine years.
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