Government Executive July 1998 Vol.30, No.7

High Stakes
Setting goals and measuring results in the drug war is proving to be a bureaucratic and political minefield.

Chronically Impaired
The Social Security Administration is trying to break a historic pattern of waste and abuse in the nation's largest cash welfare program.

To Your Health
The Clinton administration and Congress are set to give the National Institutes of Health the biggest budget increase in the agency's history.

And Justice For All
Agencies must now enforce orders to make sure low-income and minority communities don't bear the brunt of industrial pollution.

Bulletproof Boss
What you can do to avoid becoming a victim of workplace violence.

Departments
Editor's Notebook
Management: The True Financial Manager
Managing Technology: 1,001 Ways to Buy PCs, Eighteen Months and Counting
Marketplace: Competition Benefits Agencies
Thinking Ahead: Defense Secretary William Cohen
Travel: DoD Travel System Takes Off
Viewpoint: Reinvent Rotation Rule

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