Government Executive : Vol. 43 No. 2 (2/1/11)
The nation's spy agency steps into the public eye, releasing documents and airing candid assessments of past operations.
By Charles S. Clark
Bidders Bite Back
Contract award protests are on the rise, making for precarious procurement terrain inside government and out.
By Robert Brodsky
Riding the Wave
President Obama's pay freeze might not trigger the retirement tsunami some have forecast. By Emily Long
WikiLeaks fiasco reinforces push to set security standards for cloud services. By Aliya Sternstein
Collaborating in the Cloud
Software developers share resources online to speed systems to the warfighter. By Carolyn Duffy Marsan
Backing Up Whistleblowers
Protecting workers who speak out starts with agency leaders. By Elizabeth Newell
IN EVERY ISSUE
Anti-bureaucracy crusaders might be missing the root problem. By Tom Shoop
Boosting morale, remembering the Grateful Dead, famous feds and acquisition games.
The health care law's fate will help define government reach for years to come. By Timothy B. Clarke
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