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WASHINGTON TECHNOLOGY -- July 2, 1998



High Tech Crime Fighters

State and local law enforcement agencies benefit from the latest information technology thanks to falling equipment costs, federal grants and a desire to stay a step ahead of lawbreakers.

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SAP Public Sector Expands Washington Unit

The fledgling subsidiary of SAP AG adds a software center to bolster its government business.

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DynCorp Tightens Acquisition Strategy

Paul Lombardi, chief executive officer, and DynCorp are trying a shift in strategy, focusing on the government sector.

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Knowledge Management

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