Government Executive Vol. 36 No.13
Securing the 4,000-mile border between the United States and Canada against terrorists is a formidable challenge.
By Katherine McIntire Peters
Airport of the Future
You're screened down to your bones, but you won't feel a thing.
By Beth Dickey
Playing for Keeps
Terrorists attack a major U.S. city with chemicals and bombs during a SARS outbreak. What do you do?
By Shane Harris
Catch and Release
Short on funds, Homeland Security has begun releasing illegal immigrants in the United States.
By Jason Peckenpaugh
Some federal law enforcement officers are paid well. Others want parity.
By Shawn Zeller
The promise of commercial passenger flights beyond Earth's atmosphere opens a regulatory can of worms. By Beth Dickey
Under pressures of war, the Air Force moves to extend deployments. By George Cahlink
A remarkable breakthrough in anthrax research. By Katherine McIntire Peters
Touching All the Bases
Everyone is seeking an edge in the next round of military base closings. By George Cahlink
Designing a Department
Managing Technology: An architecture for Homeland Security helps managers understand what they do for a living. By Shane Harris
Back to Basics
Management Matters: Don't worry about micromanaging. Worry about under-managing. By Brian Friel
Viewpoint: How the military can hang on to young officers. By Patrick J. Donahoe
In the Know
Viewpoint: Twelve cognitive steps can put managers on the path to team success. By David Noble, Michael Letsky and Steven Shaker
Viewpoint: Leaders must decide which norms to follow and which to break. By Bob Stone
Public Administration: It's more important than ever that all levels of government work more closely. By Carl W. Stenberg
Death by Nit-Picking
Political World: Would your résumé stand up to meticulous scrutiny? By Charles Mahtesian
IN EVERY ISSUE
Security imperatives leave us yearning for the lazy summer days of yore.
Expanded health benefits; skills gaps at the Pentagon; tracking trusted travelers; and a new action hero.
If the Defense Department wants more effective civilian managers, then it's going to have to create them. By Tom Shoop
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