Government Executive February 2002 Vol.34, No.2

Bold Government
By Tom Shoop
America has regained its love of big government. But can the romance last?

Systems Failure
By Joshua Dean
The Bush administration has intensified its efforts to protect the nation's transportation, communications, banking, power and water systems.

Stand and Deliver
By Matthew Weinstock
John Potter is determined to restore confidence in the nation's mail system and get the Postal Service back in the black after attacks on its livelihood.

Disrupt and Dismantle
By Shane Harris
Marcy Forman and the government's top financial crimes investigators take on terrorists by focusing on their funding.

Army of Contractors
By George Cahlink
The Army is increasingly relying on service contractors to support battlefield operations.

Hire Power
By Brian Friel
Technology vendors challenge the sacred rituals of federal hiring.



Managing Technology: E-Sign on the Dotted Line
By Joshua Dean
E-signatures lighten the paperwork load for students seeking financial aid.

Travel: Frequent Fliers Land Perks
By Lauren R. Taylor
Federal travelers are finally allowed to hang on to their frequent flier miles.


Editor's Notebook: New Chapter, Same Verse
The Last Word: Getting it Right

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