Government Executive April 1998 Vol.30, No.4

Space Wars
A booming commercial space market is raising questions about U.S. space policy. The answers will be critical to national security.

Over the Border
An interagency team is trying to pull together the international trade systems at work in 70 agencies.

In the International Year of the Ocean, a movement is afoot to restructure the government's approach to marine management.

Major Dads
Agencies, especially in the Defense Department, are taking on a new role: promoting fatherhood.

Special Section: Revamping Reinvention
On its fifth anniversary, the National Performance Review is changing its name, vision and focus. But can the realignment revitalize reinvention? The NPR has many answers to government's management problems, but so far it has failed to grasp the real questions.

Editor's Notebook
Defense Beat: Unique Partnership Yields Results
Management: Courage Under Fire
Managing Technology: Plugging in from the Field, The Art of Project Management
Marketplace: Teamwork Makes a Difference
Thinking Ahead: IRS Commissioner Charles Rossotti
Travel: More Services are in the Cards
Viewpoint: Presidential Management Interns Respond

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