Government Executive : Vol. 39 No. 18 (11/1/07)
Controlling who gains access to what on computer networks is vitally important and devilishly hard. Success stories can help.
By Jill R. Aitoro
It's a Dirty Job
But someone has to run the General Services Administration.
By Robert Brodsky
Prakash Khatri is pushing to patch an immigration leak he fears terrorists will sneak through.
By Elizabeth Newell
The Office of Bombing Prevention does not cut red and green wires, but it tries to cut red tape for those who do. By Zack Phillips
The start of a new union at GAO could change the labor landscape for white-collar feds. By Brittany Ballenstedt
Campaign promises to shake up contracting and the federal workforce are short on details. By Robert Brodsky
Displaced and Unwelcome
The Iraqi refugee crisis threatens Middle East stability and sullies America's image abroad.By Katherine McIntire Peters
Greening Your IT Shop
Pressure to reduce data center energy consumption is mounting. Here's how to start. By Andrew Noyes
Gen X Execs
The next generation of federal executives has begun its ascent. By Brian Friel
iTunes and Intelligence
What spies can learn from the music business. By Shane Harris
Are lawmakers better at dishing out accountability than taking it? By Brian Friel
IN EVERY ISSUE
Are subsidies really required to get the workforce we need?
Gaining leadership abilities, old newbies, ruff going and short-staffed in Iraq.
There are some silver linings in recent reports of federal employee misbehavior. By Tom Shoop
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