Government Executive Vol. 36 No.21
December 1, 2004
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A face-off over snowmobiles could change the course of the National Park Service. Showdown at Yellowstone
By Denise Kersten
The shortage of flu vaccine bodes ill for thousands of Americans. Viral Time Bomb
By Katherine McIntire Peters
Human resources technology is yielding great benefits, but there are risks. Processing People
By Shawn Zeller
How military managers can prepare for base closures. Open To Closure
By George Cahlink
New U.S. space exploration goals bring NASA and Defense closer. Taking the High Ground
By Beth Dickey
The winners of the 2004 Government Technology Leadership Awards.
Chilly? Your work probably is suffering. Cold Comfort By Shawn Zeller
Should the Virgin Islands get more federal emergency response funds per capita than New York? Terrorism Risk vs. Reward By Amelia Gruber
In Iraq, the U.S. government struggles with grisly terrorist propaganda. Message Control By Shane Harris
EEOC officials choose a company to answer customers' questions. Calling for Contractors By Amelia Gruber
Pentagon task force chief targets sexual harassment policy. On the Case By Daniel Pulliam
Managers must stress positive feedback and employee development. The Best and the Rest By Shawn Zeller
The CIA's top terrorist hunter says people, not agencies, failed to stop 9/11. Anonymous No More By Shane Harris
Air Force procurement problems prompt reviews and reorganization. Getting Buyers in Line By George Cahlink
GIS helped Florida officials brace for this year's hurricanes. Portals in the Storm By Karen D. Schwartz
Serving the government customer isn't as simple as it sounds. It Takes a Bureaucracy By Brian Friel
After the campaign. What's Next By C. Morgan Kinghorn and William Shields Jr.
The immigration debate promises to heat up in Congress. Border Clash By Charles Mahtesian
IN EVERY ISSUE
Technology leadership awards celebrate bright ideas and what we do with them.
Howard Stern and the FCC chief, score cards going green, healthier bureaucrats, and federal heroes on TV.
A recently retired SES veteran looks to pro sports for his next career. Executive Recruitment By Timothy B. Clark
All together now: Welcome back, big government! Outlook By Tom Shoop
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