Government Executive August 2000 Vol.32, No.9
- August 1, 2000
Gore in Charge
Al Gore likes governing more than politics which tells us a lot about the kind of President he'd make.
A devastating fire near Los Alamos, N.M., in May has sparked demands for increased controlled burning in the West.
Technology is revolutionizing the way government recruits and hires employees.
The Navy transformed a Cold War relic into a fighter with a future. But the legendary F-14 still will be retired early.
Agencies take the soft-sell approach with unique tours and museums.
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.
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