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Short Take: E-commerce project wins U.S. contract

The U.S. Department of Commerce has awarded a $5 million contract to CommerceNet, CN Group, Tesserae Information Systems, and Stanford-based BizBot to extend CommerceNet's eCo System--an object-oriented framework to combine Web services and resources for e-commerce. The project seeks to let Internet commerce software interoperate with EDI (electronic data interchange), OBI (Open Buying on the Internet), OMG's Common Business Objects, and Microsoft's value chain initiative.

The U.S. Department of Commerce has awarded a $5 million contract to CommerceNet, CN Group, Tesserae Information Systems, and Stanford-based BizBot to extend CommerceNet's eCo System--an object-oriented framework to combine Web services and resources for e-commerce. The project seeks to let Internet commerce software interoperate with EDI (electronic data interchange), OBI (Open Buying on the Internet), OMG's Common Business Objects, and Microsoft's value chain initiative.