Telcos and integrators anticipate revenues coming from the integration of voice, data and Internet networks.
Year 2000 Review
The government's estimate to fix the year 2000 conversion problem is on the rise
Federal programs could be canceled if agencies dip into IT budgets to make year 2000 fixes
Over half of state and local agencies are still in the planning stage of making year 2000 software updates
Government and commercial entities in the United Kingdom rush to solve their $10 billion year 2000 conversion headache
Government should put its own house in order before competing with industry.
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Encryption debates rage on between the White House and Congress.
Republicans try to undermine new White House regulations that preserve 8(a) and other minority contracting programs.
Washington Consulting Group takes on Lockheed Martin for a $1.3 billion FAA contract.
Wayne Shelton of Hughes Information Systems is poised to pass the torch to his successor at the $2.5 billion division.
WALL STREET REVIEW
INFOTECH and THE LAW
State courts determine legal ramifications of Internet companies' cyberlocation versus geographic location.
Local 8(a) company IDP is named a new prime contractor on the Air Force's Desktop V contract.
A Web site reviews the more popular HTML editors.
The Defense Department's Anthony Valletta discusses new IT programs in a wide-ranging interview.
STATE & LOCAL
State corrections officials warm up to videoconferencing for court appearances, parole hearings and doctor visits.
Oregon officials plan to launch a statewide communications network for a handful of its agencies.
Lockheed Martin Corp. takes an aggressive approach to its work force shortage problem.
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