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Government Executive : Vol. 47 No. 2 (Jan./Feb. 2015)

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ANALYSIS
  • Crime and Punishment

    By Katherine McIntire PetersarrowLawmakers expect heads to roll when civilian agencies screw up. Not so much when it’s the military.
  • System Overload

    By Hallie GoldenarrowMany problems associated with veterans’ health care can be traced to outdated information technology.
  • Putting People First

    By Frank KonkelarrowHillary Hartley of the young upstart agency 18F wants your online interaction with government to revolve around your ...
  • Hostile Takeover

    By Charles S. ClarkarrowWith Congress and the White House polarized, agency witnesses often brave political crossfire.
FEATURES
  • Fall From Grace

    arrowWhether seeking information, applying for benefits, making payments or navigating agency websites, citizens say interacting ...
  • Service Call

    By Camille TuuttiarrowThe White House wants to overhaul the federal customer experience, but it won't be easy.
  • Wait

    By Aliya SternsteinarrowA new computer system was supposed to speed up immigration processing and reduce fraud, but it hasn’t worked out as planned.
EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK
BRIEFING
  • The Forum

    arrowJoin the conversation about each issue at govexec.com/magazine.
  • Weaving A New Narrative

    By Kellie LunneyarrowVA public affairs chief Maura Sullivan hopes the department’s focus on ‘success, one veteran at time’ can help ...
  • Around Government

    By Eric Katz and Kellie LunneyarrowVanishing federal jobs, rooting out resume fraud, courting the cloud.
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