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Government Executive : Vol. 45 No. 8 (Nov/Dec 2013)

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Nov 15, 2013 – Vol. 45, No. 8

FEATURES
  • The Real Budget Problem

    By Maren Leed and Ariel RobinsonarrowThe Pentagon can’t solve its long-term spending issues without addressing military pay and benefits.
  • America’s Longest War

    By Stephanie GaskellarrowAs the conflict in Afghanistan fades from the front pages, now is the time to pay attention.
  • Beyond the Carrier

    By Bilal Y. Saab and Joseph SingharrowRethinking the Navy’s presence in the Persian Gulf.
  • Bold Leaders

    By Katherine McIntire PetersarrowGovernment innovators transcend bureaucratic challenges to develop technologies that save time, money and lives.
BRIEFING
  • Furloughs Test Spirit Of Giving

    By Eric KatzarrowCharities brace for fewer donations to the Combined Federal Campaign after pay freezes, benefit cuts and a ...
  • A Model of Health

    By Kellie LunneyarrowThe Federal Employees Health Benefits Program helped shape the Affordable Care Act. Now the question is whether the ...
  • Around Government

    By Rebecca Carroll and Charles S. ClarkarrowThe next big quake, debating the open office, navigating space junk.
EDITOR'S NOTE
  • The Editor

    A Time for New Ideas

    By Kevin Baron arrow Exploring the future of national defense.
  • Boldly Going

    By Tom Shoop arrow Real leaders keep government moving forward under trying circumstances.
NEXTGOV
  • Tech Roundup

    By Joseph Marks, Aliya Sternstein and Bob BrewinarrowApps that teach, the cyber training slide, CMS’ testing troubles.
ADVICE AND COMMENT
  • Messages to the Mid-East

    By Charles S. Clark, Thinking AheadarrowDavin Hutchins helps a VOA offshoot tap the Arab world’s digital progress.
  • Rebuilding Public Trust

    By Timothy B. Clark, Advice And CommentarrowVolcker Alliance takes the international stage with a mission to make government work better.
  • This Is Your Brain On Hold

    By Peter Ronayne and PJ Rooney, Advice And CommentarrowHow to get your head back in the game after sequestration, furloughs and a government shutdown.
  • After the Wave

    By Adam Cole, Management Matters - Advice And CommentarrowIf workers in their 50s retire, who will be left to steer the ship?
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