Stories From The Issue Of » February 10, 2003
Budget shortfalls mean state IT managers and lawmakers face the same tough choices as their private-sector peers
What is technology's ultimate contribution to the world? Here are four people working to shape its social consequences.
- William Schaff Taking Stock: CSC Has A Tough Year Ahead
- Letters To The Editor
- Bob Evans Business Technology: 'Sorrow Is Lonely, But You Are Not Alone'
- Stephanie Stahl Editor's Note: Satisfaction Guaranteed
- Fred Langa Langa Letter: White-Box PCs Revisited
- John Soat IT Confidential: Playing Post Office And Looking For Love
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