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CORRECTION Because of a production error, a chart in the July 10 issue on page14 depicting the growth of information technology spending among federal agencies incorrectly showed spending going down from 1997 to 2002. The color key for the bar graph chart was reversed. The color shown representing 1997 actually was for 2002, and vice versa. Also, the company name was inadvertently dropped from Lockheed and Martin chief executive Norman Augustine's photo caption of the same issue. Washington Technology reserves this space to correct errors of fact and interpretation. Call (703) 848-2800 ext.108
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