Government Executive : Vol. 39 No. 17 (10/1/07)
October 1, 2007
Chief of Staff Gen. George W. Casey Jr. seeks to steady an Army out of whack due to the debilitating demands of two ongoing wars.
By Greg Grant
Some of the nation's most coveted energy deposits lie beneath some of its most cherished wilderness.
By Katherine McIntire Peters
A Feel For Numbers
What if we fought terrorism using hard data instead of gut feelings and partisan politics?
By Zack Phillips
From the halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli, any place anywhere can be modeled and used for training online. By Anne Laurent
As attackers hack government computer networks across the globe, the Pentagon seeks the best defense. By Bob Brewin
Federal firefighters are trapped in a Catch-22 health crisis. By Alyssa Rosenberg
Gen. David Petraeus says the drawdown means military goals have been met in Iraq, but critics paint another picture. By Greg Grant
With agencies turning to their own IT contracts, GSA struggles to pull business back in. By Elizabeth Newell
Unauthorized software on government PCs is on the rise. Resisting it is futile. Managing it isn't. By Andrew Noyes
A Change Agent Failure
What happens when a manager does it all his way. By Brian Friel
Making a List
Deciding who might be a terrorist is more of an art than a science. By Shane Harris
IN EVERY ISSUE
Is seeking to 'win' hazardous to the Army's long-term health?
A new Army video game for teams, wearing a WIRE and challenging IDs.
Can journalists be trusted to serve as overseers of sensitive government operations? By Tom Shoop
October 1, 2007