Amelia Gruber

Senior Editor Amelia Gruber covered management and contracting for Government Executive for three years before becoming an editor. She also has worked as an editor at Roll Call newspaper and as a research assistant at the Urban Institute. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Carleton College, with a major in economics, and a master’s degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.
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Veterans health agency boosts employee productivity despite job cuts

April 18, 2003 By encouraging creativity and interaction with patients, a Veterans Health Administration facility in upstate New York increased employee productivity despite losing workers, according to a new research report. The Albany, N.Y.-based Veterans Healthcare Network, which is part of VHA, is a good example for federal agencies hoping to cultivate more...

United Way loses federal charity campaign bid

April 16, 2003 An Alexandria, Va.-based nonprofit group on Tuesday won the bid to administer the National Capital Area Combined Federal Campaign for 2003, ending the United Way's 25-year reign over the annual fundraising event. Global Impact, formerly known as International Service Agencies (ISA), is "thrilled" to be in charge of the campaign...

Guide offers agencies advice on financial management

April 15, 2003 Independent financial advisory committees, similar to those that oversee corporate accounting practices, could help federal agencies prepare more trustworthy financial statements, according to a new management guide. Advisory committees could give agency heads an "independent, high-level source for obtaining knowledgeable and objective views of financial management problems and possible solutions,"...

Poll finds privacy concerns among e-government users

April 14, 2003 Citizens enjoy the services offered by government Web sites, but remain wary of divulging personal information over the Internet, according to a poll released Monday by a nonpartisan government advocacy group. About 45 percent of more than 1,000 who responded to the February poll on electronic government said they would...

Public spends more time on paperwork in 2002

April 11, 2003 Americans spent more time filling out government-related paperwork in 2002 than in 2001, despite agency efforts to simplify forms, the Office of Management and Budget said Friday. The hours the public spent filling out government forms increased by more than 7 percent, from 7.65 billion hours in 2001 to 8.22...

Park Service defends handling of tractor standoff on Mall

April 10, 2003 The Park Service resolved the Washington tractor standoff that held up traffic and interrupted work at federal agencies for two days last month as quickly as possible, an agency official told lawmakers Thursday. A number of government agencies and private companies cooperated with the U.S. Park Police, part of the...

FEMA offers first responders instant messaging service

April 9, 2003 Nearly 5,000 first responders are taking advantage of an instant messaging service to help bridge communications gaps among federal, state and local emergency relief workers, Federal Emergency Management Agency officials said Wednesday. The Homeland Security Department bought the technology at an undisclosed price from Bantu, a Washington-based technology company, and...

Managers hone leadership skills through college program

April 8, 2003 Federal managers who graduated Friday from an American University leadership program said more than six months of weekends spent in the classroom have helped them significantly improve their job performance. The program, launched in September by The American University, is designed to help government managers develop the five core competencies...

Defense needs one departmentwide personnel strategy, report says

April 7, 2003 The Defense Department needs one broad personnel plan that includes military and civilian employees and ensures they can properly oversee an increasing number of contractors, according to a new report from the General Accounting Office. The department is working with three separate workforce plans-one for the military, one for civilians,...

Lawmakers debate employee role in ‘fast-track’ reorganization

April 3, 2003 Lawmakers Thursday vowed to include the input of federal employees and other key stakeholders in the plan to grant the president "fast-track" authority to reorganize federal agencies. House Government Reform Committee Chairman Tom Davis, R-Va., is pushing to reinstate the president's power to propose major organizational changes to federal agencies...

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