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Government Executive : Vol. 46 No. 2 (March/April 2014)

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  • Harnessing Ingenuity

    By Eric KatzarrowMartha Dorris is reaching out to communities of ‘solvers’ to find new ways to address government challenges.
  • Revenue Doesn’t Grow on Trees

    By Colleen M. KelleyarrowChronic underfunding of the IRS impedes the agency’s mission, harms taxpayers and threatens other government ...
  • Stealthy Advance

    By Kevin BaronarrowThe incredibly automated, totally electrical Zumwalt is the world’s most sophisticated naval destroyer ever built.
  • The Forum

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  • Which Comes First, Resources or Results?

    By Robert D. BehnarrowExecutives can solve their chicken-or-egg dilemma by ratcheting up performance one step at a time.
  • Cyber Arms Control

    By Aliya SternsteinarrowCongress wants agencies to stop the proliferation of war worms, but lawmakers haven’t yet defined what those are.
  • Around Government

    By Kevin Baron, Eric Katz and Chawndese HyltonarrowSecuring the Arctic, OPM turns the other cheek, tomorrow’s warhorse.
  • How to Battle Boss Envy

    By Jackson NickersonarrowThree strategies for keeping the peace when staff members are passed over for promotion.
  • Team Tomorrow

    By Charles S. Clark, FeaturesarrowA decade from now, the federal workforce will be dominated by tech-savvy, collaborative millennials impatient to make their ...
  • All For One

    By Joseph Marks, FeaturesarrowIn a data-driven world, agencies can’t afford to go it alone anymore.

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