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From the Editor's Desk Trish Williams

Washington Technology Launches Bold, New Look

With this issue of Washington Technology, we unveil exciting changes in the newspaper's design to provide more insight to our valued readers.

  • First, there's the new look of our publication. The fresh cover design features more eye-popping photographs and graphics and a guide to hot stories inside our newspaper. We've added new colors and fonts to each of our sections, making the newspaper easier to read and more lively.

  • The table of contents page has been redesigned to help you quickly identify must-read stories about the technologies, agencies and people driving this dynamic IT sector.

  • We have also made section changes to mirror our coverage of the business, partnering and policy developments affecting companies pursuing IT work across the entire government spectrum.

  • The expanded business section, which will chart the growth and performance of key integrators and distributors, has shifted to the front of the newspaper. A new TechTicker column will track the stock activity of these companies and their strategic partners. In this issue, we also launch the Market Share column where business writer Bob Starzynski analyzes company strategies and other market trends to help readers keep their competitive edge. And you'll continue to find Internet tips from senior technologyy writer John Makulowich, in his newly named column, Net Log.

  • Our Federal and State & Local sections will continue to profile companies forging new market opportunities in the government information technology marketplace. In-depth stories on myriad topics such as outsourcing and open systems/Unix (both featured in this issue) will be spotlighted in future issues under the banner Tech Features in the Federal and State & Local sections. Nearly 50 topics ranging from systems security, year 2000, data warehousing and mobile computing are in the pipeline for future issues of Washington Technology.

  • As the systems integration community's profile rises, so too does the level of interest in movers and shakers shaping the industry. Check out coming issues of Washington Technology for one-on-one interviews with industry executives and government officials at the forefront of innovation.

We welcome your feedback on our new look and our coverage of the vast opportunities in this exciting marketplace.

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