Government Executive Vol. 37 No.10
The traditional federal labor relations system is being crushed under the weight of personnel reform. Hard Labor
By Shawn Zeller
The Defense Contract Management Agency remakes itself to catch up with customers and changes in what the military is buying. Oversight Overhaul
By George Cahlink
Foreign language skills can be as vital to battlefield success as any weapon-but they're a lot harder to acquire and maintain. At a Loss For Words
By Katherine McIntire Peters
Recently constructed federal buildings are heavily fortified, but you'd never know it. Hidden Strength
By Amelia Gruber
DHS launches a hiring spree to plug holes in swamped procurement shop. Risky Business By Amelia Gruber
Base closure panel polls reaction to a plan that collides with more than 200,000 military and civilian jobs. Showdown on Shutdowns By George Cahlink
Some unions can protest in more places than others. Unequal Rights in Outsourcing Fights By Amelia Gruber
Groups of concerned citizens have reduced street crime. Can they do the same for terrorism? Global Neighborhood Watch By Shane Harris
Business rules management software helps agencies tame the onslaught of updates. Winds of Change By Karen D. Schwartz
IN EVERY ISSUE
Unions have been staggered by many blows.
Benefits bliss, barrier to port protection, no private parks, and more.
Why does OPM want to make the results of its employee survey look like bad news? Outlook By Tom Shoop
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