Government Executive : Vol. 42 No. 4 (4/1/10)
April 1, 2010
The Perfect Union
Rival groups are wooing TSA screeners in the largest federal labor organizing campaign in history.
By Alyssa Rosenberg
Course of Action
DAU's Frank Anderson focuses on training thousands of new procurement professionals.
By Elizabeth Newell
Bombs and Bureaucracy
To tackle the IED threat, the Pentagon first had to blow up its entrenched business practices.
By Katherine McIntire Peters
Are Feds Overpaid?
Numbers tell conflicting stories. By Alex M. Parker
Contractors ensnared in foreign bribery cases are avoiding suspension from federal contracts. By Robert Brodsky
Data center consolidation offers an opportunity to go green. By Jill R. Aitoro
Ha Ha Ha
For many, the age-old jokes about government work are no laughing matter. By Brian Friel
The Silent Leader
The legacy of Dwight Ink shows the force behind making policy work. By William D. Eggers and John O'Leary
The Global Maze
Many domestic agencies are unprepared for new worldwide missions. By Christopher G. Caine and Max Stier
Open government requires not only sharing information, but also the reasoning behind it. By Roger Schwarz
IN EVERY ISSUE
Federal employees have become the envy of the private sector. By Tom Shoop
Where the grass is greener, unlucky in love, feeling the aftershocks and straight talk.
Looking for a longer view. By Timothy B. Clarke
April 1, 2010