Government Executive February 2000 Vol.32, No.2

Kicking Glass
Women are breaking through barriers all across government.

Feeling the Byte
Internet-oriented firms are nipping at the heels of the U.S. Postal Service, pushing it into the e-commerce frontier.

Moving Violation
Never mind the long hours, low pay and threat of being wounded or killed in battle. It's moving that really gets military service members down.

Patent Progress
Patent and Trademark Office Commissioner Q. Todd Dickinson has won the freedom to lead a "performance-based organization."

The Cyberforce
Agencies combat online crime with a new brand of Internet police.

Immigration Overload
A strange thing happened when the INS stopped raiding factories in the Midwest. The agency got busier than ever.

Managing Technology: Calling In for Your Data
Personal Technology: The Red Carpet
Management: Handling Doomed Employees
Personal Business: Do You Need Liability Insurance?
Marketplace: The Winding Paths of Reform
Defense Beat: Separate Definitions Hobble 'Joint' Forces
Travel: Women on the Move
Thinking Ahead: The Future of the SES
Viewpoint: Survey Provides Map to Better Service

Editor's Notebook: A True Public Servant
Political World: Making Incumbents Uneasy
The Last Word: Which Customer is Right?

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