Government Executive Vol. 37 No.6
Ready or Not
Two years after Columbia, NASA restarts the shuttle countdown.
By Beth Dickey
The Paper Paradox
Despite the push to toss paper, federal agencies are using more of it than ever.
By Denise Kersten
Future Combat Zone
The Army's high-risk strategy for purchasing tomorrow's weapons is raising eyebrows today.
By George Cahlink
The Faces of Leadership
The government is grappling with how to replace a generation of seasoned managers whose success has come in many styles.
By Shawn Zeller
Band of Brothers
The Army is trying to create more cohesive units that can better withstand combat stress. By Katherine McIntire Peters
Ten years after the Oklahoma City bombing, the FBI is still wrestling its own demons. By Chris Strohm
Aid With Strings
The new U.S. foreign assistance corporation evaluates nations before extending a hand. By Shawn Zeller
IRS Hits Its Stride
The tax agency surmounts some of the biggest hurdles to updating its technology. By Shane Harris
An Unlikely Critic
A Bush appointee questions personnel reforms. By Shawn Zeller
The Army muscles through the data fog of war. By Shane Harris
Singling Out Veterans
Tension overflows as managers look for ways to hire without feeling hamstrung. By Brian Friel
Turn tantrums into teamwork. By Ron D'Andrea
James Fleming is a sure, quiet voice amid chaos. By Kimberly Palmer
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Building community is an important goal in the magazine trade.
Hollywood and Homeland Security, gangbusters, a White House welcome and the new NIH diet.
The media and government have found a surefire way to drop even lower in public esteem. By Tom Shoop
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