Government Executive : Vol. 42 No. 6 (6/1/10)
John Morton and his agency have a lot to prove if comprehensive immigration reform is to become reality.
By Katherine McIntire Peters
Acquisition officials walk a fine like after a court rules low-income areas trump veteran or minority status in competition for small business contracting dollars.
By Elizabeth Newell
A Different Future
The Army focuses on discrete, networked combat systems. By Brittany Ballenstedt
Nextgov Awards honor eight managers who have conquered bureaucratic resistance to push through innovative ideas. Profiles by Dawn Lim
Give and Take
Agencies see the potential for savings with cloud computing, but jobs could be on the line. By Emily Long
Agencies use analytics software to comb filings for errors and fraud before payments go out. By Carolyn Duffy Marsan
Political Hot Potato
Career civil servants can't be expected to make all the hard decisions. By Brian Friel
The Path to Partnership 2.0
Agency and union officials should draw on lessons from the Clinton years. By Hinda Sterling and Herb Selesnick
A Hiring Offense
Requiring incoming contractors to retain incumbent workers could compromise service. By Stan Soloway
IN EVERY ISSUE
The Defense secretary declares a budget emergency. By Tom Shoop
Resume tips, unhappy campers, iron woman wins again and charting a course.
Feds, lobbyists and Wall Street all are in the salary spotlight. By Timothy B. Clark
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