Government Executive November 1999 Vol.31, No.11

Tree Enterprise
The Forest Service is growing its own small business-offering a whole new vision for how government work can get done.

Danger Zone
Years of patchwork repairs have triggered safety, health and productivity problems in the aging inventory of federal buildings.

Net Smart
Savvy agencies are learning what works- and what doesn't- on the World Wide Web. But webmasters say funding is falling short of what is needed to create and maintain robust sites.

Power Shift
The EEOC will assume considerable control over agencies under new discrimination complaint rules targeted at processing delays and the excessive number of cases.

Setting Up Shop
Agencies do a brisk business selling most everything from souvenirs to groceries, but being a federal player in the retail world isn't easy.

Federal Travel Guide 2000
A special report on rapidly changing travel regulations and processing systems.

Departments
Marketplace : There's Plenty of Savings to Go Around
Management: The 'Cover Up and Blame' Game
Thinking Ahead: Workplace Wizard
Managing Technology: Liberating the Laptop
Defense Beat: Military Needs Better Cost Data
Viewpoint: Put the Right People in the Right Jobs
Letters

Columns
Editor's Notebook
The Public Service: Worth the Price of Confetti
Congress: Nostalgia Time
The Media: The Pentagon vs. the Press

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