Government Executive October 2000 Vol.32, No.12

Pressure to Grow
The next President won't be able to keep a lid on the true size of government.

Netting Lost Billions
Federal agencies overpay contractors billions of dollars every year-and have little incentive not to. If some lawmakers have their way, that will soon change.

Virtual Learning
The Internet is changing the way agencies train employees. But the technology also poses many problems for human resources professionals.

No Sanctuary
The United States fears that the growing success of international war crimes tribunals could lead to the prosecution of American troops.

Following the Money
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network's efforts to track dirty money are winning plaudits from law enforcement agencies, but bringing protests from privacy advocates.

Federal Travel Guide 2000
Winning ideas are speeding the way.

Managing Technology: Data Mining Taps the Trends
Personal Technology: Talk to Me
Management: Rounding the Learning Curve
Management: Sowing Seeds of Change
Marketplace: Innovative Incentives
Travel: Federal Travel Guide 2000

Editor's Notebook: E-Government
Political World: Business and Government
The Last Word: VP Choice is a Safe Bet

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