Government Executive June 2000 Vol.32, No.6


E-Invasion
Dot.coms swarm into the government market.

Defending U.S.
Protecting Americans from terrorist attack on their home turf is an immensely complicated affair-legally, technologically and organizationally.

Science and Diplomacy
The State Department is on a mission to upgrade its science and technology capabilities.

Undersupply of Oversight
Congress is falling years behind in reviewing and reauthorizing key federal programs.

Winning Compliance
Regulatory agencies are shifting from going after those who break the rules to encouraging voluntary compliance.

Special Report: Financial Management
A special report on federal agencies' finances.
Making Change
A decade after Congress strengthened the hand of federal financial managers, CFOs are still struggling to get a grip on their agencies' finances.
The Human Factor
It's getting harder for agencies to attract and keep financial managers.
Meet the CFOs
Biographies of the chief financial officers at the major departments and agencies.

Departments
Letters
Managing Technology: Cleaning Up Your E-Mail
Personal Technology: Presenting Smaller, Lighter Projectors
Management: Job Satisfaction Has Market Value
Federal Marketplace: Investing in People
Federal Marketplace: Small Business Programs
Travel: Breaking Down Travel Barriers
Thinking Ahead: Logical Logistics
Viewpoint: Keep on Measuring Customer Satisfaction

Columns
Editor's Notebook: In Pursuit of Excellence
Political World: Defending Public Service
The Last Word: Lost in the Swamps

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