Government Executive January 2000 Vol.32, No.1

Results Rule
Following a decade of downsizing, budget balancing and management reform, the pressure is on federal executives to deliver results in the new millennium.

The New Public Service
The federal government is struggling to compete for today's talent with recruiting tools designed for yesterday's workforce.

Being a Bureaupreneur
Some advice for the class of '00 on where to look for work in the 21st-century government.

Relentless Reinvention
The term "reinventing government" may not survive the Clinton administration, but the effort to keep improving federal operations will.

Making Change
Why change occurs in federal organizations-and why its pace is likely to increase in the new millennium.

Force is the Issue
The United States needs to decide just what kind of military force it wants in the coming years.

Lessons From Abroad
For a sneak preview of the American government of the 21st century, look overseas.

Realizing Reform
The year 2000 may finally bring a long-awaited overhaul of the federal civil service system.

Beyond Government
Government's golden age is over. But that's not such a bad thing.

Editor's Notebook
Managing Technology: Finding the Weak Links in Security
Travel: In Sickness and in Health
Management: Restore the Human Touch
Thinking Ahead: Communicating Results
Marketplace: DoD Bridging Gap Between Eras

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