Government Executive June 2001 Vol.33, No.7
- June 1, 2001
The Powell Leadership Doctrine
By Brian Friel
Secretary of State Colin Powell is setting the rules of engagement for a battle against bureaucracy and low morale in the foreign affairs establishment.
By George Cahlink
The Air Force is trying to operate its repair depots more efficiently by forging partnerships with contractors.
By Shane Harris
The Federal Trade Commission is leading a federal posse that's purging the Internet of swindlers and schemers.
By Cyril T. Zaneski
Critics say the Environmental Protection Agency's scientific efforts are contaminated by mismanagement and red tape.
By Matthew Weinstock
By using commercial business practices, the Defense Supply Center Philadelphia is leading the way in logistics reform.
Privacy and security challenges endanger electronic government.
Managing Technology: The Super Web Site
By Shane Harris
Internet portals make it easier for employees to home in on the information they need.
Personal Technology: Getting Rid of Meeting Jitters
By Joshua Dean
New twist takes the jitters out of video-conferencing; LCD monitors are getting cheaper; good news for Apple users.
Travel: Taking the Torment out of Conference Travel
By Lauren R. Taylor
Changes are taking the torment out of conference travel.
Federal Marketplace: IGs Brave the New World
By Allan V. Burman
Government's dependence on technology has changed the way inspectors general operate.
Public Management: The Power of Performance Measures
By Steven Kelman
Kennedy School of Government calls on the new administration to use performance management for more than budget cutting.
Management: Big Changes Start With Day-to-Day Actions
By David M. Klaus
New political appointees must focus on day-to-day managing if they hope to achieve sweeping reform.