Government Executive : Vol. 41 No. 12 (10/1/09)
- October 1, 2009
The Gospel of Gov
Leading government into the land of wikis, blogs and social media isn't easy.
By Jill R. Aitoro
The debate over adding a mutual fund option to the federal retirement investment plan heats up.
By Alex M. Parker
Warning: Patient privacy could complicate the blueprint for an electronic medical records system.
By Andrew Noyes
Military commanders in Iraq and Afghanistan brace for a new enemy: the H1N1 virus. By Katherine McIntire Peters
DHS joins forces with industry to protect key networks and resources. By Elizabeth Newell
The Pentagon is a leader in increasing efficiencies through Lean Six Sigma. By Robert Brodsky
Managing TechnologyIn the Worx
Agencies that don't make the deadline for transition to Networx could face huge cost increases. By Gautham Nagesh
Management MattersPeople Prediction
Forecasting your future personnel needs can help you avoid a flood of vacancies. By Brian Friel
Intelligence FileThe Real Cyber Czar
A formidable intelligence chief, not a White House staffer, will run network security. By Shane Harris
President Obama works side by side with agency leaders to get results. By Robert M. Tobias
IN EVERY ISSUE
Why President Obama needs a responsive, interactive government. By Tom Shoop
Herocrats steal the show, HHS chief Kathleen Sebelius in the spotlight and new coinage.
Watching Washington's shenanigans from 750 miles away. By Timothy B. Clarke