Government Executive November 1998 Vol.30, No.11

A House Divided
The Immigration and Naturalization Service is supposed to welcome some immigrants and keep others out. It's failing at both jobs.

Lean Green Fighting Machine
The Defense Department is learning to balance military missions with requirements to protect the environment.

Seeking Safety
OSHA wants authority to fine agencies whose worker safety records don't measure up.

Back to School
A broad range of educational institutions are competing to offer training courses for federal executives.

Hot Spot
A new $500 million complex in Naples, Italy, has become the hub of the U.S. military's busiest theater of operations.

Special Section: Federal Travel Guide
From the new flexible travel card to plain English travel regs, this year brought many changes for federal travelers that promise to make their trips easier. Also, the winners of the 1998 Travel Managers of the Year awards and our picks of the best travel Web sites.

Departments
Editor's Notebook
Managing Technology: Run Your Network Over the Internet; Overseas Overlooked
Defense Beat: Savings Can Have a High Price
Thinking Ahead: Federal Y2K czar John Koskinen
Marketplace: Attention Web Site Shoppers

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