Government Executive November 2001 Vol.33, No.14

Intelligence Crisis
By Gregory Treverton
Old sources and methods must be reshaped to deal with a host of new threats, especially a new kind of terrorism.

The War At Home
By Katherine McIntire Peters
Federal agencies are badly organized to protect Americans against terrorism.

Beyond E-Government
By Christopher Hoenig
Building the next generation of public services.

Phoenix Rising
By Jerry Hagstrom
Foreign Service Director General Ruth Davis hopes to lift the diplomatic corps out of the doldrums.

To Restore and Renew
By Paul Light
Now is the time to rebuild the federal public service.


Managing Technology: When Mobility Matters
By Joshua Dean
Wireless networks a snap in setting up disaster field offices.

Managing Technology: FirstGov Falling Short
By Roger Baker
After a year in business, FirstGov is a far cry from government's most popular Web sites.

Personal Technology: Laptops in Space
Astronauts rely on laptops in space; tee time for the digital caddy.

Travel: Business Travel After Sept. 11
By Lauren R. Taylor
Coming back in the wake of the Sept. 11; frequent flier keepers one step closer on Hill.

Marketplace: The Pentagon's People Person
By Allan V. Burman
Defense personnel chief David S. Chu brings years of acquisition insight to the Pentagon.

The Media: Goodbye To All That
By William Powers
As military forces sprang into action, the battleship that turned around most quickly was the American media.


Editor's Notebook: The War Ahead
Political World: Mission Impossible?
The Last Word: Preparing a Workforce for War

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