Government Executive February 2001 Vol.33, No.2

By George Cahlink
The Defense Department's debilitating loss of critical workers.

By Matthew Weinstock
Three years after it was privatized, the U.S. Enrichment Corporation may be on the brink of failure.

Power Seekers
By Karen D. Schwartz
Five years after chief information officers arrived on the scene, they're still fighting for power.

Anti-Terror Alliance
By James Kitfield
The CIA, FBI and other agencies are working together in unprecedented ways to combat terrorists around the world.

Paying for Results
By David Osborne
Now that agencies are setting goals for performance, it's time to take the next step by creating rewards and sanctions for employees.



Managing Technology: Outsourcing the ASP Way
By Joshua Dean
Application service providers put a new twist on an old idea.

Personal Technology: Doom and Gloom
By Joshua Dean
Computer experts forecast doom and gloom for unprotected data.

Management: Sensitivity Training Can Strike a Nerve
By David Hornestay
Breaking down cultural barriers within government's diverse workforce.

Travel: A Traveler's-Eye View By Lauren R. Taylor
Federal travelers reveal their ups and downs in a Government Executive survey.

Marketplace: A-76: The Program Everyone Loves to Hate
By Allan V. Burman
A-76 is the outsourcing program everyone loves to hate.

Defense Beat: A Strong Military Needs a Strong Vision
By M. Thomas Davis
President Bush faces major defense issues, including national security, the budget, programs, personnel and defense management.


Editor's Notebook: For the Common Good
Political World: An Uncommon Challenge
The Last Word: Requiem for Reinvention

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