Author Archive

William D. Eggers

William D. Eggers

Management

Government Workforce Management—Overdue for an Overhaul

Agencies are handicapped by outdated management rules—it isn’t a worker problem, it’s a system problem.

Management

How to Cut Government Spending Without a Hiring Freeze

President Trump has instructed his Cabinet secretaries to cut their budgets by 5 percent next year.

Management

Key Questions for Regulators in an Era of Fast Technological Change

Agencies can no longer craft rules slowly and deliberately, and then expect to keep the results in place for decades.

Management

Technology and Government’s Distributed Future

Connected devices are changing the way we do business, but our thinking will need to catch up to our tools.

Management

Customer Centricity and the Future of Human Services

Assessing individual needs improves results and cuts costs.

Analysis

NASA’s Ticket to Ride

Cuts in the space program cause the agency to rethink its role.

Profile

The Silent Leader

The legacy of Dwight Ink shows the force behind making policy work.

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Management

The Silent Leader

The legacy of Dwight Ink shows career bureaucrats are the force behind making big policy ideas actually work.

Management

Blueprint for Disaster

When Washington designs policies that can’t work, the results are grim.

Viewpoint

Blueprint for Disaster

When Washington designs policies that can’t work, the results are grim.

Outlook

Networked Government

Magazine

The Wonder Down Under

When it comes to innovative government management, New Zealand has led the way. Now American reinventors are trying to learn from the Kiwi example.

Magazine

Turning a Profit

When it comes to innovative government management, New Zealand has led the way. Now American reinventors are trying to learn from the Kiwi example.

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