Government Executive : Vol. 44 No. 4 (4/1/12)
Apr 01, 2012 – Vol. 44, No. 4
- By James R. ThompsonDoug Shulman is reaping the returns on his campaign to turn around one of government's biggest modernization efforts.
- By Dawn LimUsing high-tech puzzles that reward ingenuity and play, federal agencies are tapping crowds for answers to problems they can't ...
- By Amanda PalleschiSome say federal workforce estimates are too big, others say too small, but none of the calculations are just right.
- By Kellie LunneyAre too much oversight and too little operational flexibility to blame for the Postal Service’s fiscal crisis?
- By Aliya SternsteinWikiLeaks and other data breaches prompt a closer look at policies for the remote workforce.
- By Caitlin Fairchild, Timothy B. Clark and Susan FourneyThe military’s battle of the bulge, a vision for contract closeouts and tips for scoring top jobs.
- By Tom Shoop The genuine issues behind its slow adoption in government.
- By Joseph Marks, ViewpointGray Brooks weeds out the clutter on FCC.gov to help visitors find vital information, reports and regulations.
- By Elizabeth Newell Jochum, Management Matters - Advice And CommentManagers can make or break health programs.
- By Shane Harris, Intelligence FileBefore drones take off, we might want to think about our future.