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Government Executive : Vol. 46 No. 1 (Jan/Feb 2014)

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Jan 21, 2014 – Vol. 46, No. 1

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  • The Whale Whisperer

    By Aliya SternsteinarrowBiologist David Wiley ventures outside the swim lanes to design an app that prevents deadly ship strikes.
  • Making Room for Big Ideas

    By Amelia MannarrowNo matter its size or mission, every agency needs an innovation lab for thinking outside the box.
  • Setting Priorities For 2014 And Beyond

    By John KamenskyarrowAgencies’ updated strategic plans yield a treasure trove of ideas about cross-agency collaboration.
  • The Power Of Panels, Probes and Pardons

    By Charles S. ClarkarrowFederal investigations are on the rise since Watergate. But can they effect change in an era of ...
  • Fighting The Future Enemy

    By Stephanie GaskellarrowThe Army’s vision of war in 2030 poses the challenge of innovation without costly new weapons.
  • Taxing Turnaround

    By Charles S. ClarkarrowAs John Koskinen takes the reins at the troubled IRS, he is focused on restoring trust and morale.
  • Around Government

    By Eric Katz and Brittany BallenstedtarrowSequestration relief, why feds aren’t teleworking, big data saves lives.
  • How to Build Skills Without the Budget

    By Jackson NickersonarrowNo training funds? Don’t despair. There are other ways to beef up your team’s expertise.
  • The Editor

    New Year, New Approach

    By Tom Shoop arrow As times change in the government and media world, so does this magazine.

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