Government Executive August 2000 Vol.32, No.9

Gore in Charge
Al Gore likes governing more than politics which tells us a lot about the kind of President he'd make.

Burning Issue
A devastating fire near Los Alamos, N.M., in May has sparked demands for increased controlled burning in the West.

High-Tech Hiring
Technology is revolutionizing the way government recruits and hires employees.

High Flyer
The Navy transformed a Cold War relic into a fighter with a future. But the legendary F-14 still will be retired early.

Hidden Treasures
Agencies take the soft-sell approach with unique tours and museums.

Information Overload
The National Technical Information Service struggles to keep shrinking revenues and e-government from putting it out of business.

Special Report: Office Products Guide 2000
New products and trends for the government workplace.

Overhauling the Pentagon
Office Machines for Everyone

Managing Technology: Missing the Boat
Personal Technology: The Future on Display
Management: Oversight Needs Overhaul
Management: The Case for Project Management
Travel: Gadgets Galore, and More
Federal Marketplace: Building a Flexible Workforce
Careers: NASA Pilot Launches Second Careers

Editor's Notebook: Fighting for Relevance
Political World: Choose Your Target
The Last Word: Richardson Redux

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