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07/24/1997


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Congress Pushes Year 2000 Fixes


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Agency IT Spending Has Ups and DownsBy Robert Deller Contributing WriterThe Office of Management and Budget recently reported that informationtechnology spending levels in the federal governme


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States to Take Another Crack At Uniform Licensing LawBy Jonathan T. CainContributing WriterRepresentatives of the 50 state legislatures meet in Sacramento July 25 to again consider a draft of a p


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Utah Powers Up Its IT Infrastructure


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Internet Taxes Pit States Against Industry


State and Local Business Moves Front and Center


"PC" Means IBM-CompatibleWith reference to Mr. Ver Hoef's letter to the editor, "PC" could apply to Mac clones, too (WT, June 26). Only a Macintosh user would make this distinction. The many millio


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"PC" Means IBM-CompatibleWith reference to Mr. Ver Hoef's letter to the editor, "PC" could apply to Mac clones, too (WT, June 26). Only a Macintosh user would make this distinction. The many millio


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HTML 4.0 Strives to Make the Web More AccessibleBy John MakulowichContributing WriterLike all else on the Internet, proposed standards are in a constant state of flux, in development or under re


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N.J. Blueprint Bolsters Business, Efficiency


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Justice Department Readies New 8(a) Rules


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Agency IT Spending Has Ups and DownsBy Robert Deller Contributing WriterThe Office of Management and Budget recently reported that informationtechnology spending levels in the federal governme


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