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Vice President and Editor in Chief Tom Shoop is vice president and editor in chief at Government Executive Media Group, where he oversees both print and online editorial operations. He started as associate editor of Government Executive magazine in 1989; launched the company’s flagship website, GovExec.com, in 1996; and was named editor in chief in 2007.
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Spend and Spend Alike

June 1, 2005 In government, when you spend money on one thing, you have even more to spend on something else! California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, like many of his constituents, doesn't think the federal government is doing a good enough job of securing U.S. borders. In an appearance on Fox News Sunday in...

Deep Threat

May 31, 2005 With all the hubbub today about the Vanity Fair article in which former high-ranking FBI official W. Mark Felt claims he was Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein's Deep Throat source during the Watergate era, it's worth looking back at why Felt denied being the mysterious figure for so long. One...

Sen. Blutarski

May 27, 2005 The Pentagon has released its base-closing list, the BRAC Commission has begun its debates, and the House is voting down another effort every day to slow or kill the base-closing process. It's time to start accepting reality, right? Not if you're Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., who unseated former Senate Minority...

Desperate Housewives

May 27, 2005 At the behest of the Federal Trade Commission, a federal court has ordered a company to stop sending “date lonely wife” spam e-mail. The spam, according to the FTC, "violates nearly every provision of the CAN-SPAM Act. It contains misleading headers and deceptive subject lines. It does not contain a...

In Memoriam

May 27, 2005 As you fire up that barbecue and kick off the start of summer this Memorial Day weekend, ponder these facts, courtesy of the Veterans Affairs Department: More than 42.3 million people have served in the U.S. military during wartime since the Revolutionary War, and 1.2 million of them died in...

Shaq, the King and the Law

May 26, 2005 From the You-Can't-Make-This-Stuff-Up Department: Shaquille O'Neal was recently sworn in as a deputy U.S. marshal and has joined a Justice Department task force that tracks down sexual predators who target children on the Internet. This puts him in very good company. You remember who else got the whole honorary law...

Throwing People at the Problem

May 26, 2005 Here's a message for all those members of Congress who grandstand year after year about increasing the size of the Border Patrol to stem the tide of illegal immigration on the country's southern border: It's not just about adding more bodies. As AP reports, bringing on 2,000 more agents next...

Quaking in Their Boots

May 26, 2005 Hey, L.A. denizens, here's a day-brightener for ya: The U.S. Geological Survey and the Southern California Earthquake Center say that potential earthquakes on the Puente Hills fault underneath the city could result in 3,000 to 18,000 fatalities, 142,000 to 735,000 displaced households, and more than $250 billion in total damages.

Blame the Weatherman

May 25, 2005 Apparently, space weather forecasters aren't any better at predictions than their terrestrial counterparts.

Putting Out Fires

May 25, 2005 Job title of the day: Nina Hatfield, deputy assistant secretary of Interior for business management and wildland fire. I imagine there are days when the two parts of her job seem like exactly the same subject.

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