Government Executive : Vol. 43 No. 3 (3/1/11)
Into the Limelight
After years of working behind the scenes, agency inspectors general are front and center in a high-profile battle against waste, fraud and abuse.
By Charles S. Clark
The military's policy for supplying combat troops with psychotropic drugs is damaging the force, critics say.
By Bob Brewin
Dialing Up Telework
Agencies face complex steps in rolling out remote work agreements and training. By Emily Long
Official tracks qualified agency specialists to boost proficiency across the nation. By Aliya Sternstein
Pay As You Go
Budgeting for cloud computing services on demand is a whole new ball game. By Adam Stone
Red Tape Reviews
Scrapping an old rule for each new one added could ease the regulatory burden. By Elizabeth Newell
It takes a village to launch energy savings and waste reduction programs. By Molly O'Neill
IN EVERY ISSUE
Agencies are caught in the regulatory reduction squeeze. By Tom Shoop
Smart soldiers wanted, freeing up FOIA, where the workers are and building by geospatial design.
Report on economic crisis shows the power of politics in regulatory affairs. By Timothy B. Clarke
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