Government Executive May 1998 Vol.30, No.5

The managers of the U.S. nuclear weapons complex struggle to adjust to life after the arms race.

The Wonder Years
As federal web sites enter their adolescence, agencies are trying to turn their awkard online experiments into mature, useful sites.

Oversight Overkill
What will it take to fix mismanagement at the IRS? Not yet another oversight body, say former agency officials and public administration experts.

Ruling the Regulators
Some lawmakers want agencies to put their rules through more rigorous analysis. But critics worry that more procedure will only hold up an already slow process.

Parks in Peril
With a tourist explosion producing gridlock in many national parks, the Park Service is considering radical moves to protect the nation's crown jewels.

Time for a Change
After high-profile stints at the Tennessee Valley Authority and the Postal Service, Marvin Runyon is moving back to the private sector. He looks back on a decade of federal service.

Editor's Notebook
Managing Technology: Mix and Match Your Data,
IT Managers Missing Their Cue
Marketplace: Let Industry Take the Stage
Thinking Ahead: Texas CIO Carolyn Purcell
Travel: A Trip on the High-Tech Highway
Viewpoint: War College Needs More Diplomats

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