Government Executive Vol. 38 No.15
Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. T. Michael Moseley discusses the service's priorities and the role of air power in an uncertain world.
Government Executive looks at some of the far-reaching effects.
By Katherine McIntire Peters and Zack Phillips
Tilting at Windmills
George Nesterczuk exits the Office of Personnel Management, his efforts to reshape the Defense and Homeland Security bureaucracies far from complete.
By Karen Rutzick
DHS muddles federal, state and local information sharing, critics say. By David Perera
For the Record
Truth is the first casualty of war. By Katherine McIntire Peters
Out of Chaos
From the mess after August's plane-bombing plot come new orders for TSA and its staff. By Zack Phillips and Jonathan Marino
Maureen Cooney finessed the fine line between national security and citizens' rights at DHS. By Daniel Pulliam
Praying for Priests
The Army struggles to find non-Protestant clergy to serve soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. By Jen DiMascio
Doctor in the House
DHS' first chief medical officer brings his bedside manner to disaster management. By Zack Phillips
IN EVERY ISSUE
Chief of Staff Gen. T. Michael Moseley on the strengths and troubles of the Air Force.
Live from Iraq, a West Point for feds and true oversight.
Lessons from 10 years of electronic publishing. By Tom Shoop
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