at Brooks AFB Wins Hammer for Internet-Based "Writing Tutor"
which includes private sector consultants and local high school
teachers, developed skills training software in math, writing, and
science. This led to intranet-based versions now in use in some
Job Corps Centers and 40 high schools nationwide. Now there's an
Internet-based version of the plain language writing tutor that
has a promising future.
Register Your Trademark
Let's see now.
You want to register your trademark for WidgetsPlus. Do you (1)
head for a lawyer or (2) go straight to the Trademark Electronic
Application System (TEAS) developed by the United States Patent
and Trademark Office? Try TEAS.
You can submit your application and graphic file online and pay
the filing fee by credit card. You'll save time and money!
Cards Carry All
All of us who use ATM and credit cards know how
smart a little plastic card with a magnetic stripe can be. But plastic
cards are getting smarter. A smart card contains an integrated circuit
chip with a microprocessor and memory. They are portable databases
that government workers can use to work better and faster. The General
Services Administration, in partnership with Navy, opened a Smart
Card Technology Center in Washington, DC, in September 1998. The
Center demonstrates one card storing everything from "cash" to fingerprints
to medical and dental records.
President Gore Announces Access America Online Magazine
It's official! Access America Online Magazine moves
from prototype to prime time. We have more than 100 stories so far--stories
and links showing how government workers are using information technology
and telecommunications to serve our customers and improve our productivity.
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