Government Executive Vol. 37 No.14
August 15, 2005
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The meteoric rise and fall of defense contractor MZM is a lesson for feds. Easy Come, Easy Go By Katherine McIntire Peters
NASA offers prize money to build a space elevator and more out-of-this-world inventions. Cosmic Contests By Beth Dickey
The murky, maddening world of management lingo. Consultantspeak By Shane Harris
Voice over IP phone service is slowly gaining converts. Dialed In By Karen D. Schwartz
Blind devotion to the mission can let the ends run away with the means. At All Costs By Brian Friel
It's time to think about what motivates people to do the right thing. Procurement Proper By Steven L. Schooner
IN EVERY ISSUE
Procurement's problem is not ethics, but rather the ambitions of the weapons buyers.
Big labor, washing your hands, redoing homeland security and the hot seat.
Federal buying is a whole different world than it was 15 years ago. Outlook By Tom Shoop
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