Government Executive : Vol. 42 No. 5 (5/1/10)
- May 1, 2010
The Need for Speed
As agencies rush to adopt the latest technology tools, they're leaving the traditional approach to information security behind.
By Carolyn Duffy Marsan
Disapproving the Message
Watchdog groups and lawmakers want to stop election advertising by federal contractors before it starts.
By Robert Brodsky
CNSA nets hundreds of qualified job candidates with Lori Weltmann's idea to host a virtual career fair. By Katherine McIntire Peters
After 10 years of delays, there is new hope for the women's procurement program. By Elizabeth Newell
Managing TechnologyDefining Dashboards
Agencies are boosting transparency online, but making data meaningful is the real trick. By Aliya Sternstein
Management MattersTransparency Trap
Opening the book on government operations could cause major headaches for federal managers. By Brian Friel
Intelligence FileListening In
Surveillance laws should focus on how agencies use information, not how they collect it. By Shane Harris
IN EVERY ISSUE
Uncovering and honoring boldness in government. By Tom Shoop
The golden ticket, the little engine that could, fight club and summer stock.
Sampling senior executives' state of mind. By Timothy B. Clarke