Government Executive : Vol. 42 No. 12 (10/1/10)
Government's stodgy image gives industry an edge in the chase for young technology workers.
By Brittany Ballenstedt
After nine years of war, the Army is grappling with growing rates of suicide, crime and drug abuse in the ranks.
By Katherine McIntire Peters
Watching the Guards
In the wake of war zone scandals, global partners set out to establish a code of conduct for private security firms.
By Robert Brodsky
Keeping the Door Open
As the newness wears off, transparency could be losing its shine. By Aliya Sternstein
Federal agencies struggle to fill in the gaps in language skills. By Emily Long
Technology by Design
nterprise architecture shifts IT strategy from the computer room to the boardroom. By Jill R. Aitoro
SSA chief Michael Astrue works all the angles to shrink a daunting disability backlog. By Elizabeth Newell
IN EVERY ISSUE
Overhauling the federal hiring system becomes a critical imperative. By Tom Shoop
Security theater, jobs in the fight, smart space and welcome wagon.
Government prepares for enemy threats to key networks. By Timothy B. Clarke
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