Magazine article National Defense

E-Commerce Solutions Draw Flies to the Web

Magazine article National Defense

E-Commerce Solutions Draw Flies to the Web

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As more and more people flock to the Internet to purchase goods and services, not only does the rate of web traffic increase, but so does the number of interlopers who may be waiting to stick their meat-hooks into any juicy tidbit of classified informationbe it government documents, financial transactions, or credit card numbers.

Despite the increasing risk of network tampering, government and commercial organizations, hoping to find a faster, easier and cheaper way to do business, are jumping on the electric commerce bandwagon. They are developing software that, they believe, allow for more secure business transactions. Several companies introduced their electronic commerce technologies at the Defense Department's recent Electronic Commerce Day, which was sponsored by the Defense Logistics Agency's Joint Electronic Commerce Program Office and the Association For Enterprise Integration.

eGOV.NET, in a joint venture with Loren Data Corporation, Marina del Rey, California, will unveil the Procurement SuperSearch Agent this Summer at http://www.egov.net. This search engine is a free service for organizations seeking federal, state and local selling opportunities. …

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