Government Executive : Vol. 40 No. 4 (4/1/08)
R. David Paulison is striving to retool his agency before the next catastrophe strikes.
By Katherine McIntire Peters
Turn Yourselves In
Federal officials want contractors to own up to potential violations of federal law.
By Elizabeth Newell
Stand & Deliver
The fledgling Transportation Security Administration is poised to reshape the civil service.
By Alyssa Rosenberg
Celebrating achievement among leaders of the Senior Executive Service.
By Raphael Enrique Valero
Everyone wants in on earmark reform, but accomplishing it is another thing. By Robert Brodsky
Performance-based raises could stifle employees more than motivate them. By Brittany Ballenstedt
With a price tag of $160 billion, the Army's Future Combat Systems might be one tank too many. By Greg Grant
How federal IT managers can encourage their employees to think outside the box. By Gautham Nagesh
Employer of Choice
New workers have good things to say about federal employment. By Brian Friel
What the intelligence estimate on Iran reveals-about Iran and intelligence. By Shane Harris
IN EVERY ISSUE
FEMA rises from the ashes-for the second time.By Tom Shoop
Workplace problems aren't at the heart of the challenge. By Timothy B. Clark
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