Government Executive Vol. 38 No.12
July 15, 2006
The ID Nightmare
It's coming in three months and almost no one is ready.
By David Perera
FAA goes from high risk to high profile with its financial makeover.
By Beth Dickey
When it comes to immigration, there's one thing everyone can agree on: The system for adjudicating cases is broken.
By Katherine McIntire Peters
Competing missions put pressure on the new CBP commissioner to rethink staffing and resources. By Zack Phillips
Springing for Training
Agencies find ways to promote learning without sacrificing time and money. By Julie Sturgeon
Mark Lumer says sometimes you have to be a dictator. By Kimberly Palmer
Hooked by Hackers
Managing Technology No patch can fix the most vulnerable spot in any network: the user. By David Perera
More Than a Slogan
The right mission statement can move employees to take their task to heart. By Brian Friel
Crying Foul Over Free Speech
Advocates are riled about First Amendment ruling, but legal protections haven't changed. By William N. Rudman
Terrorism and Diplomats
Security realities in the world's danger zones hamper foreign policy. By Henry Butterfield Ryan
IN EVERY ISSUE
Ruminations on the clout and role of the Fourth Estate.
Where there's smoke, there's fire; winning ways; and enlisting the private sector.
Beware of overreaction to the recent spate of federal data theft incidents. By Tom Shoop
July 15, 2006