Government Executive Vol. 38 No.16
The Army's top soldier discusses the perils of managing equipment and budget shortfalls during a long war.
Technology projects worth keeping an eye on for what they foretell about the future or warn against from the past.
By David Perera
Too Darn Hot
Pressure is mounting on federal agencies to stop studying global warming and start doing something about it.
By Beth Dickey
NASA's new software system neatly handles safety, health and security data. By Beth Dickey
Some veterans question giving the edge to service-disabled contractor bids. By Kimberly Palmer
Ups and Downs
VA Secretary R. James Nicholson bends priorities to new customer needs and business risks. By Kimberly Palmer
Publicity deals and moonlighting on the air put agencies to the propaganda test. By Jenny Mandel
Wired for Trouble
Putting law enforcement officers in radio contact is easier said than done. By David Perera
One Small Step For Managers
Little fixes can make a big difference in public satisfaction with government services. By Brian Friel
The Human Factor
Numbers don't tell much about how well workers perform. By James Colvard
IN EVERY ISSUE
Army Chief Gen. Peter J. Schoomaker talks about his service's needs and the "masses of people that are the prize."
Can't Produce Anything, bluegill biosensors and lessons from Israel.
What reporting on Katrina tells us about government and the media. By Tom Shoop
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