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Indus Corp.

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Conferences, Seminars & MeetingsJuly 6-10The National Institute of Standards and Technology and other agencies sponsor the Conference on Precision Electromagnetic Measurements at the Washington

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Range of Roles, Promise


Leto Steers Treev Toward Profitability

Timeplex Signals Bolder ATM Strategy



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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

ObjectSoft Giveaways Tempt Kiosk Market

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Government Micro Resources Inc.

Washington Technology Online Capital Round-up

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Discussion Groups: An Underused Resource

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View from the West Coast

IBM, Wisconsin Team on Tax System



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Exploring the Depths of Discussion Groups

Micron Plan Targets Government Growth

Work Force Shortage Spurs Training Initiatives, Innovations

Pulsar Data Systems

Taxing Government Storage Systems

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PRC's Pomata: Acquisitions 'Part of Our Plans for the Future'

CAIS Expects to Check in with Hotel Deals

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Compaq, GTSI Partner on Contracts

Deja Vu All Over AgainBy Jon B. KutlerThe titans of industry consolidate at a rapid pace. Age-old definitions of critical mass are recalculated monthly as larger and larger competitors are created.

Finding Things on the Internet: Part IIBy John MakulowichSenior WriterIn my last column, I promised to describe the general approach I adopt as a trade journalist in doing research on the Interne

Camber Corp.

N.J. Blueprint Bolsters Business, Efficiency

Industry Heavyweights Await Tennessee's Call

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J.D. Edwards Has Eye on Federal Opportunities


Convergence and New Technologies Change the Landscape

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Work Force Shortage Spurs Training Initiatives, Innovations

Privacy Policy on the Fly

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Merisel Courts Government Customers

Year 2000 Problems Get International Attention



Sterling, Va. Company Charts Its Plans for Growth


Business Process Re-engineering and Beyond

Missouri Takes Lead With 'Electronic Courthouse'

Vredenburg Hopes Cyber Law Opens Door to Infotech Business

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Washington Technology Online Contracts

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Systems Security Industry Confronts Corporate Demands, Government Policies

Time Is Running Out for Internet Self-Regulation

Finding Things on the Internet: Part II

Taiwan Takes World Congress Baton

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Digicon Corp.

Pathnet Raises Profile With IPO Plan

Canadian Company Offers Year 2000 Giveaway

Discussion Groups: Accessing An Underused Internet Resource

Come On In, Have Some Shares

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Pulsar Data Systems


Rossotti Adds Can-Do Spirit to Taxed IRS

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Tips for Navigating Your Way Through the Internet

SAP Public Sector Expands Washington Unit

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Discussion Groups: An Underused Resource

Encrypting Messages for Privacy

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HTML 4.0 Now Virtual Standard for Internet Community

Online Gaming Firm Attracts Fans

They Came, They Saw ... They Have Mixed Reviews

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