Government Executive : Vol. 43 No. 12 (1/1/11)
Under pressure to limit and overhaul pay, agencies must first figure out how to evaluate employee performance.
By Emily Long
President Obama's open government initiative unleashed a torrent of agency data, but citizens still don't believe they're getting the whole story.
By Aliya Sternstein
Flipping the Script
The White House and federal employees could face some unwelcome scrutiny. By Robert Brodsky
From war to WikiLeaks, Gen. James Cartwright has one of the most complex portfolios in government.
Making eco-friendly IT a reality at agencies requires changing behavior as well as policy. By Charles S. Clark
Betwixt and Between
Agencies are poised to juggle a continuing resolution along with New Year's resolutions. By Elizabeth Newell
Spies' Growing Pains
The CIA has had to rethink human intelligence. By Shane Harris
Bright Ideas, Dim Prospects
The old-fashioned suggestion box won't spark real change unless agencies follow through. By Christine Crandell
IN EVERY ISSUE
The new context of the endless debate over federal salaries. By Tom Shoop
A labor of love, fed of the year, fantasy football and State Department honors.
Federal executives look ahead to a tough two years. By Timothy B. Clarke
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