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Government Executive : Vol. 44 No. 5 (5/1/12)

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May 01, 2012 – Vol. 44, No. 5

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  • Tech Roundup

    By Aliya Sternstein, Bob Brewin and Joseph MarksarrowReaction to counterfeits, big data's big day and USDA cuts its phone bill.
  • Some Say R.I.P. to RIM

    By Aliya SternsteinarrowOnce the only sanctioned smartphone in town, the BlackBerry could be on its way to the recycling bin.
FEATURES
  • Hard Sell

    By Charles S. ClarkarrowTough obstacles confront agencies seeking to offload unneeded buildings that cost the government millions of dollars in upkeep.
  • A Tech Evolutionary

    By Joseph MarksarrowFederal CIO Steven VanRoekel is remapping IT strategy for a government on the go.
EDITOR'S NOTE
BRIEFING
  • Around Government

    By Charles S. Clark and Andrew LapinarrowProtective details, courting millennials and TSA keeps the change.
  • Food Safety On the Line

    By Amanda PalleschiarrowCritics say using more private sector poultry inspectors could weaken quality checks.
ADVICE AND COMMENT
  • Trickle Down Economics

    By John Grady, AnalysisarrowThe budget drought is adding to the Army’s modernization troubles.
  • Progressive Discipline

    By Elizabeth Newell Jochum, Management Matters - Advice And CommentarrowManagers should take steps to help problem employees improve, and protect themselves in the process.
  • Master of Bureaucracy

    By Timothy B. Clark, PerspectivesarrowLessons from a Defense chief well-versed in the ways of Washington.
  • All About Face Time

    By Bob Brewin, Thinking AheadarrowVA’s Brandon Friedman sets up social networks so veterans can keep in touch.
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