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Government Executive : Vol. 44 No. 12 (11/1/12)

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Nov 01, 2012 – Vol. 44, No. 12

  • Changing Pace

    By Dan TaylorarrowAs the Pentagon shifts its attention to the Asia-Pacific region, strategists look for ways to absorb funding cuts and ...
  • Technology Hand-Off

    By Joseph MarksarrowFederal IT is tipping the balance of power.
  • Facing Hurdles

    By Charles S. ClarkarrowTo keep up, executives must tackle four important trends.
  • Innovation Station

    By Brittany BallenstedtarrowOPM’s idea lab uses open spaces and human-centered design to foster collaboration on special projects.
  • Exporting Execs

    By Aliya SternsteinarrowPost-employment rules questioned after former U.S. cyber officials go to work for Chinese firm accused of spying.
  • Uprooting Agencies

    By Kellie LunneyarrowIn the absence of guidance, the federal workforce wonders how to plan for looming spending cuts.
  • Around Government

    By Kellie Lunney, Eric Katz and Kedar PavgiarrowCulinary diplomats, space travel on per diem and battle of the buildings.
  • The Editor

    No Argument

    By Tom Shoop arrow The disappointing debate over the role of government.
  • One Voice

    By Joseph MarksarrowThe National Nuclear Security Administration aims to stop the barrage of useless emails with a workplace social network.
  • Tech Roundup

    By Aliya Sternstein, Bob Brewin, Joseph Marks and Dawn LimarrowReforming IT purchasing, a worm-proofing app and predicting suicides.
  • Career Conversations

    By Elizabeth Newell Jochum, Management Matters - Advice And CommentarrowDaily chats can help employees grow—so they don’t go.
  • United We Stand

    By Timothy B. Clark, PerspectivesarrowIn support of our worldwide military presence.
  • Risk and Reward

    By Bryan Klopack, Thinking AheadarrowNIH’s Lynne Mofenson took a bold approach to wiping out mother-to-child transmission of HIV.

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