Government Executive Vol. 37 No.1
January 1, 2005
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The virtual world offers a low-cost, no-impact learning environment for soldiers, first responders and, increasingly, other employees. Training Games
By Shawn Zeller
Since Sept. 11, controlling what and who passes between two countries requires unprecedented cooperation on both sides of the border. Troubled Waters
By Katherine McIntire Peters
Part-time soldiers are starting to crack under full-time pressure in Iraq. Breaking Ranks
By George Cahlink
Why smart people make dumb mistakes with e-mail. Uh Oh!
By Shane Harris
Is the new national director powerful enough? Repairing Intelligence By Shane Harris
Oscar Morales leads the online effort to simplify and amplify regulations. E-king Out the Rules By Shawn Zeller
Violence, corruption and a critical people shortage imperil Iraq's future. The Slog of Reconstruction By Shane Harris
The goal of reforming the Postal Service remains elusive. Undeliverable By Denise Kersten
Investigators complain about the government's slow progress on travel safety. NTSB's Most Wanted By Beth Dickey
A terrorist expert says the Homeland Security Department has tipped its hand. The Harbinger By Shawn Zeller
No Child Left Behind leads factions to ask what's in it for them. Raising the Bar By Denise Kersten
Window opens for airports to replace federal screeners with contract workers. Security Swap By Chris Strohm
The head of the Office of Special Counsel clears a backlog of whistleblower cases. Culling Complaints By Amelia Gruber
Leadership Profile Andrew Maner dodges both actual and metaphorical bullets. In the Line of Fire By Amelia Gruber
Directives on securing agency networks have boosted compliance. Eye on Security By Karen D. Schwartz
Keep employees in the know with performance goals. The Art of Show and Tell By Brian Friel
How to tame a seat-of-the-pants executive. Leading the Leaders By Steven L. Katz
Former Clinton officials struggle in bids for elected office. Clipped Coattails By Charles Mahtesian
IN EVERY ISSUE
Part-time soldiers have never had first call on training and equipment.
Bidding on Los Alamos, an anthrax lawsuit is tossed, and meeting the new bosses.
We're outsourcing some tax collection as if there were no alternative. Outlook
By Tom Shoop
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