2003
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Egov OpenSource and
SecurE-biz Executive Summit
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  1. "Point and Click" Desktop Linux Demonstration
  2. 100 Million Reasons Why Architecture Matters
  3. Actionable Architectures: Out of the Box with Smart Practices
  4. Advanced technology for dynamic sites
  5. Adversarial Behavior of Closed-Source Software Suppliers
  6. An Open Source ebXML Registry for eGov
  7. An OPen Source Implementation In Department of Navy
  8. Apache Cocoon: XML publishing framework
  9. Architecture for Global PKI Interoperability
  10. Asterisk Open Source PBX
  11. Bastille Linux - Proactive Host Security
  12. Building the Global VistA Community
  13. Business Cases: Open Source Software and TEI
  14. Business Line Challenges: Strategic Approach and Business Line Implementation
  15. Challenges and Lessons in Developing a Security Framework
  16. Challenges and Suggested Strategies for Growth of Open Source HIT
  17. CHLCare: An Open Source Electronic Medical Record System
  18. Click here to start
  19. Closed Verses Open Systems in Converged Information Warfare
  20. Closed Verses Open Systems in Converged Information Warfare
  21. Cognitive Topic Map Web Sites: Aggregating Information Across Individual Agencies and E-Gov Initiatives
  22. Collaborative Software Development, Open Source, and Co-sourcing
  23. Creating Applications with Mozilla
  24. Custom Monitoring and Open Source; How to Reduce Costs
  25. Cybernetics Oriented Programming (CYBOP) in Res Medicinae
  26. Cybersecurity Concerns and E-Technology Potentials
  27. Dell's Open Source Software Philosophy
  28. Demonstration of open source, open architecture medical surveillance
  29. Deployable Security Tools (That Work...)
  30. Developing Enterprise Portals with Open Source and Jakarta Jetspeed
  31. Domain Independent Ontology Based Intelligence Vetting
  32. E-Forms for e-Gov: The Use of XML Standards-based Applications
  33. E-gov services for the blind
  34. E-Government: Creating a Government that Delivers Results
  35. E-Govt for Citizen
  36. Enterprise Architecture - an Enabler of Secure E-Government
  37. Enterprise Architecture Driven E-Government with XML Web Services: Open Collaboration with Open Standards
  38. Enterprise Authentication & Authorization
  39. Enterprise Java Development on a Budget
  40. ESSENCE: An Example of a Non-Traditional Electronic Infectious Diseases ...
  41. Examples of Open Source Technologies in Government and Enterprise
  42. FEA
  43. Federal Enterprise Architecture
  44. Financial Management Modernization Program
  45. FMMP
  46. FOSS and eGovernment in the Knowledge Society
  47. Goose 1.0: The Open Source, RESTful Topic Map Server
  48. Government Software Preferences -- Survey and Critical Assessment
  49. Government to Citizen interaction using Open Souce software
  50. Government to Citizen interaction using Open Souce software
  51. Guide to choosing and using libre software licences
  52. Homeland Security: Leveraging open source development processes
  53. How Open Source Bridges the technology gap between wealthy and developing countries
  54. How Topic Maps Enable Electronic Conversation in Electronic Government
  55. Implementation of US DVA VistA in a state hospital
  56. Implementing Open Standards and Open Source Software
  57. Information Interoperability Challenges: Strategic Approach and Federated Data Management
  58. Institutionalizing an Open Source Software Delopement Process
  59. Integrated software environment for all medical tasks based on Debian-Med
  60. Integrating OS and Windows desktops in schools
  61. Is Open Source Security Really Free?
  62. Is Open-Source Software Better for Security than Proprietary?
  63. Japanese e-Government Strategy and Open Source Policy
  64. Joint Staff IT Business Process and Role of Enterprise Architecture
  65. Learning Content Standards and OSS - Opening Minds
  66. Leveraging Open Source and Collaborative Development Processes
  67. Libre software policies at European level
  68. LinEx- An Alternative on OSS
  69. Linux Integrates into Government Strategy
  70. Linux Security - What's now? What's next?
  71. Linux-Based Forward Area Portable Forensics System
  72. Mac OS X: The Open Alternative
  73. Managing EAMS As An Open Source Project
  74. Managing Open Source and Proprietary in one Organization
  75. Migrating legacy Windows apps
  76. MUSCLE, Movement for the Use of Smart Cards in a Linux Environment
  77. MySQL, The Commercial OpenSource Database
  78. National Information Assurance Program -- Common Criteria Evaluation and Validation Scheme
  79. NSA's Security-enhanced Linux
  80. O-STEP: Transiting the Software Industry to Open Source
  81. OIO: Open Infrastructure for Outcomes
  82. Open Development in Education and Research Institutions
  83. Open or Closed Source Dilemma For E-Governance
  84. Open Source at Merrill Lynch: "Free" as in "Market"
  85. Open Source Confidentiality Methods
  86. Open Source Development Makes Applications More Secure
  87. Open Source Electronic Health Record
  88. Open Source GIS and the Development of a National Spatial Data Infrastructure
  89. Open Source in Computer Forensics
  90. Open Source in Distance Education - Ukrainian Case
  91. Open source in syndromic surveillance for bioterrorism and public health
  92. Open Source is the executable Open Specification enabling rapid ...
  93. Open Source media creation and playback
  94. Open Source Security for the Federal Government
  95. Open Source Software and Open Government
  96. Open Source Software in Simulation and Training
  97. Open Source Software Legal Issues
  98. Open Source Solutions for Medical Practices
  99. Open Source Tools for Mapping and Spatial Data
  100. Open Source &Open Standard : A Challenge for Nigeria's Nascent d
  101. Open Source &Open Standard : A Challenge for Nigeria's Nascent d
  102. Open Source, Free Standards
  103. Open Source: A Case for e-African-Government
  104. Open Source: A New Management Paradigm
  105. Open Source: Good for Users; Dangerous for Developers
  106. Open Web Services Demonstration and Geospatial One-Stop Portal E-Gov Initiative
  107. Open-Source Licensing Issues: Legal Infrastructure and National Security
  108. OpenSource Software, Government and Industry
  109. OpenVista
  110. Overarching Systems Framework for Homeland Defense
  111. Overcoming Barriers to Disparate Data Systems
  112. Patents and Open Source
  113. Political Perspectives of Free Software
  114. PostgreSQL: Past, Present, and Future
  115. Promoting Inter-Agency Collaboration With Open Source Software
  116. Public Policy Issues in the Use of Free/Open Source Software
  117. Python, Twisted and EAI
  118. Quantitative assessment of public web sites' accessibility
  119. Re-Thinking Standards Organization Policies to support Open Source
  120. Real World Egov Solutions: Internet Architecture, XML, and Open Source
  121. Real-Time and Embedded Linux for Manufacturing and Robotics
  122. Real-Time and Embedded Linux for Manufacturing and Robotics
  123. Realizing the Benefits of an Open Source Integration Engine
  124. Realizing the Benefits of an Open Source Integration Engine
  125. Rethinking the Linux desktop: Linux as platform, not product
  126. Risks and Issues Relevant to the Business Case for Free/Open-Source
  127. Secure Database using Mozilla
  128. Secure E-Business Executive Summit
  129. Secure E-Business: AA Blueprints E-Government Solution Architecture CSF
  130. Securing Open Source Software: Advantages and Challenges
  131. Security and Privacy Architecture integrated with Enterprise Architecture
  132. Security Assurance for Software
  133. Security Evaluations and Open Source Software / Free Software
  134. Security in a Carrier Network
  135. Security: Built-In, Not Bolted On!
  136. SETECS PKI
  137. Shared Source and Open Source
  138. Shared Source: The Microsoft Perspective
  139. Should Developers Be Preferred Service Providers
  140. SINAPSE: Virtually Raising the Bar for Higher Education
  141. Software Architecture: Key to System Quality
  142. Software licensing
  143. Software Purchasing Policies for Government and Industry
  144. Standards : bridging the generation gap between Linux and Unix
  145. Standards Based Architecture for Federated Information Management
  146. StarOffice and OpenOffice.org: Changing the Ecology of Software
  147. State of the Mozilla Project
  148. Sun ONE Desktop - (Madhatter) - Shaping the Future in Desktop
  149. Supporting E-Democracy
  150. Technology Transfer of Open Source VistA
  151. The Apache Experience
  152. The Brazilian National Health Card Project: from design to implementation
  153. The Business and Economics of Linux and Open Source
  154. The Challenge of OSS for Small Businesses, Small Agencies
  155. The Challenge of Reaching the People
  156. The Digital Notebook - A success case on the Public Educational System
  157. The Enterprise Linux Desktop: Addressing Corporate Needs
  158. The Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA)
  159. The Federal Enterprise Architecture - Program Management Office - Accomplishments and Next Steps
  160. The Federal Enterprise Architecture - Program Management Office - Accomplishments and Next Steps
  161. The Integrating Role of Finance-Financial Management Enterprise Architecture
  162. The Microsoft Global XML Web Services Architecture (GXA)
  163. The Open Communities Project (oc4 project)
  164. The open source approach to IT education
  165. The Open Source Work Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism
  166. The OpenEAI Project: Open Source Enterprise Application Integration Software and Methodology
  167. The Potential Of Semantic Technologies for e-Government
  168. The Transparency Project
  169. The XML Collaborator-Industry Standards Interoperability and Applicability to E-Gov Initiatives
  170. Towards a development of libre softwares thanks to publicfunds.
  171. Traffic Spikes on a Government Website
  172. Transforming Government: IT as an Enabler of Enhanced Mission Accomplishment
  173. TrustedBSD: Applying Trusted Operating System Elements
  174. UCLA/AAMC Health Open Source Collaboratory Initiative
  175. Understanding the Potential for Open Government
  176. UNESCO and Free/Open Source Software
  177. Unleashing Open Source Software in Healthcare: A Systematic Approach
  178. Use of Free and Open Source Software in the U.S. Department of Defense
  179. Using EA to Improve Healthcare Delivery and Build Better Information Systems
  180. Using Open Source Software in Public Projects
  181. Using the SRM to Succeed with Component-Based Architectures
  182. VistA & HealthePeople
  183. Web Programming with PHP
  184. Web Service Development for Electronic Healthcare Claims
  185. What went wrong with PKI?
  186. Why OSS/FS? Look at the Numbers!
  187. Why Software Choice Is Necessary For Free Trade
  188. Windows XP Shows the Direction Microsoft is Going.
  189. Wine: Not just good for your health
  190. Workshop to Discuss Enterprise Architecture Documentation
  191. XML Registries: The OASIS/ebXML Registry
  192. XML Web Services Working Group Pilot Projects: Business Cases, Architectures, and Demonstrations
  193. Zope