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Byline: J. BONASIA
While most of tech suffers through bleak times, tech services companies that cater to government got a sudden lift from an unfortunate source: the war on terror.
President Bush's plan to enhance homeland security with a new Cabinet-level office likely will prompt more spending for tech products. Services will be needed to link computer systems and communications networks. This will help security teams and immigration agents quickly share data about terrorists.
"Computer service stocks offer a safe haven for investors," said Stephen McClellan of Merrill Lynch & Co.
Some analysts and vendors don't expect commercial tech …