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Government Executive : Vol. 45 No. 2 (March/April 2013)

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Apr 01, 2013 – Vol. 45, No. 2

  • The Commuter Benefit Chase

    By Kellie LunneyarrowMany take advantage of their agencies’ transportation subsidies, but not everyone receives the same parking or ...
  • War Zone Watchdog

    By Charles S. ClarkarrowSpecial IG John Sopko faces trouble head on to pull Afghanistan reconstruction contracts back on track.
  • Around Government

    By Kellie Lunney and Kedar PavgiarrowHold the fries at USDA, tapping official time and protecting ex-presidents.
  • The Editor

    The Real Impact

    By Tom Shoop arrow What sequestration means for government operations.
  • Rolling Out The iPhone

    By Aliya SternsteinarrowAfter a trial run, ICE issues Apple devices for work and personal use.
  • Tech Roundup

    By Bob Brewin and Joseph MarksarrowRebooting IT, replacing a contracting dinosaur and averting scandal.
  • Keeping the Mail Relevant

    By Eric Katz, Thinking AheadarrowPaul Vogel has infused the Postal Service’s trusted brand with new digital services to define the future.
  • Makers, Takers, Movers and Shakers

    By Timothy B. Clark, PerspectivesarrowWhen the push-pull of government revolves around money.
  • A New Deal for Defense

    By Carl Conetta and Charles Knight, AnalysisarrowBudget cuts are here to stay, so the military should plan accordingly.
  • Rising to the Top

    By Dana Grinshpan, Management Matters - Advice And CommentarrowFive things successful women in government do.

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