Government Executive May 1999 Vol.31, No.5

Down To The Core
Paring back to essentials, the Pentagon targets 230,000 jobs for auction to the lowest bidder.

Logistics Logjam
The Army wants to reform a key logistics system by privatizing it.

As federal Internet usage grows, so do concerns about where to draw the line on employee use of the Net.

Fair Game
Not everyone likes their decisions, but Merit Systems Protection Board members and their legal team play a critical role in protecting the rights of employees and managers alike.

Big Apple Blues
Agencies in and around New York City are finding it difficult to attract and retain quality employees.

Broadcast News
A new agency with a bold mission is set to boost America's broadcast efforts overseas.

The Green Guru
George Frampton Jr. talks about his return to government to serve as the Clinton administration's point man on the environment.

Marketplace : Procurement Chief On Top of her Game
Travel: Top Gripes About Government Trips
Thinking Ahead: Chief Energizer
Managing Technology: Video to the
Desktop: Are We There Yet?
Geographic Information Spans Borders

Editor's Notebook
The Public Service: All's Not Always FAIR
Congress: Supply and Demand
The Media: It's A Scandal

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