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Government Executive : Vol. 44 No. 1 (1/1/12)

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Jan 01, 2012 – Vol. 44, No. 1

  • Around Government

    arrowWildlife’s public health risk; John Montgomery makes a difference.
  • Buyout Or Bust

    By Kellie LunneyarrowSeveral agencies are offering cash incentives to encourage employees to leave, but most might be better off staying put.
  • Finding A Match

    By Aliya SternsteinarrowLaw enforcement agencies turn to social media and facial recognition software to ID crime suspects.
  • Tech Roundup

    arrowSaving the planet, border security 2.0 and airborne intelligence.
  • Dot-Gov Reform

    By Joseph MarksarrowCutting the number of websites is just the first step.
  • The Editor

    Brand New Day

    By Tom Shoop arrow The key to overhauling the image of government may lie within agencies themselves.
  • Restoring the Brand

    By Charles S. ClarkarrowDefending government in an anti-government age.
  • Bio Fleet

    By William MatthewsarrowThe Navy is pursuing one of the most ambitious alternative energy programs in government.
  • An Easy Pill to Swallow

    By Caitlin Fairchild, Thinking AheadarrowDavid Hale takes a Silicon Valley approach to ramping up a computer reference guide for drug-related emergencies.
  • The New Public Era

    By Timothy B. Clark, PerspectivesarrowIs government sounding the sirens of retreat? Not necessarily.
  • The Sky’s The Limit

    By Medhat Galal, AnalysisarrowAnswers to IT managers’ top five most nagging questions about moving federal operations to the cloud.
  • The New Boss in Town

    By Elizabeth Newell Jochum, Management Matters - Advice And CommentarrowManagers must initially establish a climate for change—but not too much or too fast.

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