Government Executive : Vol. 43 No. 11 (9/1/11)
Ten Years After
On the anniversary of our gravest terrorist attack, federal agencies take stock of the quest to keep America safe.
By Charles S. Clark
Gen. James Amos is the first fighter pilot to lead the Marine Corps.
By William Matthews
Technology chiefs take on security challenges as more feds turn to smartphones and tablets. By Joseph Marks
Tipping the Balance
Executive training programs don't do enough to fight off favoritism, critics say. By Emily Long
How wikis and blogs have helped the nation's oldest federal agency learn to share. By Amrita S. Khalid
Caught Off Guard
FPS is slow in applying technology to protect government buildings. By Charles S. Clark
Regional centers share records on suspected terrorists. By Aliya Sternstein
The Four Cs are crucial for managing in this budget environment. By Elizabeth Newell
The Drones Race
Officials should start thinking about how to control the spread of unmanned aircraft. By Shane Harris
Think Big, Pay Less
Getting smart about technology in a time of austerity. By Timothy Durniak
IN EVERY ISSUE
A rhetorical return to the days before 9/11 changed everything. By Tom Shoop
Conventional wisdom on security, the costs of war and the longest-serving CIO.
Reining in the regulators is one way politicians curry favor with key supporters. By Timothy B. Clark
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