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10/09/1997


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Proxicom Turns Customized Internet Solutions Into Products


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Year 2000 Lawsuits BeginBy David M. Nadler and Kendrick C. FongContributing WritersAs the year 2000 approaches, industry analysts and experts predict that beleaguered businesses and disgruntled s


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INS Win Reinforces Wang Turnaround


OMB, Congress Push Year 2000 Solutions


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Crypto Controversy Rages On


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U.S. Defense Electronics Spending on the Rise


Online Education Spawns Business, Politics


Encrypting Messages for Privacy


GTE Bolsters Government Systems Unit


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Targeting Opportunities in State and Local Government


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Committee Tops Welfare Reform Proposals


Crime Pays for State, Local Law Enforcement System Developers


State Year 2000 Hiring Crisis Looms


Worker Training Gains Political Momentum


Landmark Turns its Attention to Wall Street


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North Carolina Infotech Chief Executes New Technology Framework


Panasonic Partnership Boosts Federal Sales


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SAIC Won't Let Go of Network Solutions


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DynCorp to Go on Shopping Spree


The Procurement Pendulum


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Year 2000 Lawsuits Begin


PSINet Bets the Ranch


Next-Generation Internet Plan Downgraded in Congress


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Government Reform Act Unites, Divides Parties


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Encrypting Messages for Privacy By John MakulowichContributing Writer From what I've observed, most people shy away from learning and using public key cryptography tools, such as Philip Zimmerman's PGP, for Pretty Good Privacy


Targeting Opportunities in State and Local Government


Industry Pushes Tech Worker Issue


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