Government Executive : Vol. 40 No. 3 (3/1/08)
The Forest And the Trees
Agencies need to start considering IT as part of the big-picture strategic planning process.
By Jill R. Aitoro
Competing To the Death
President Bush's much heralded competitive sourcing program is on life support.
By Robert Brodsky
Taking It To the Streets
The U.S. military has seen the future, and it involves urban warfare.
By Greg Grant
DHS works to shore up its shrinking executive ranks during the change of administration. By Brittany Ballenstedt
Preventing the Unthinkable
Focusing on the worst-case terrorism scenarios might not produce the best defense. By Katherine McIntire Peters
Proposed rule requiring proof of past discrimination riles women-owned business advocates. By Elizabeth Newell
Mixing It Up
In his quest for diversity, Rep. Danny Davis sets his sights on the senior executive ranks. By Alyssa Rosenberg
Bearer of Bad News
When you lose citizens' personal information, there's a right way and a wrong way to manage it. By Andrew Noyes
It Ain't Child's Play
Assessing program performance is harder than one might think. By Brian Friel
The overlooked legacy of Donald Rumsfeld. By Shane Harris
IN EVERY ISSUE
Our new online community aims to harness the collective wisdom about how technology is shaping tomorrow's government. By Tom Shoop
Living for today, not building for tomorrow. By Timothy B. Clark
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