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Articles from The Public Manager (March 22, 2006)

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A disaster report card: almost five years after 9/11 and nearly a year after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, how well prepared are we for the next disaster? Mortlock, Mick 2430
A road map for federal strategic sourcing: new, more collaborative sourcing critically analyzes an organization's spending and allows agency leaders to make effective, efficient business decisions. Bearden, Brenda; Morton, Anne 2414
Alexander and other great milestones. Grimaldi Editorial 1867
Budgeting for disasters: Part I. overview of the problem: budgeting philosophies and practices can be applied to different disaster response challenges: planning, prevention, preparedness, mitigation, response, recovery, remediation, and reconstruction. Smith, James F. 4489
Citizen auditors--Web-enabled, open-source government: models that oversee the financial holdings and reporting accuracy of America's corporations can be used to effect transparency in government--right down to where federal relief funds go for Hurricane Katrina victims. Kavanagh, Eric 3234
Competing for talent in the federal government--Part I: several federal agencies are streamlining their hiring and recruiting processes, making their organizations "employers of first choice" for the next generation of civil servants. Trahant, Bill; Yearout, Steve 3111
E-Learning in the inspector general community: the federal government is using e-learning to raise inspector general skill levels, reduce training costs, and increase training hours and training opportunities--strengthening the community's core competencies overall. Mullins, John 1465
ERP: integrating and extending the enterprise: senior leadership examines the benefits and challenges of enterprise resource planning. Ward, Caron J. 2317
Ethical leadership and the public trust: the winner of the 2006 ASPA Wallace O. Keene Conference Scholarship shares her thoughts on four important characteristics of leaders: honesty, foresight, competence, and the ability to inspire. Erickson, Amanda L. 522
Fantastic FOSE: three diverse concepts featured at FOSE will give future public managers faster, easier, and cheaper means of managing the federal inventory. Lyon, Martin P. 3229
Getting ready for the retirement Tsunami: Linda Springer, director of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, discusses what the federal government needs to do before its retirement peak in 2008-10. Fillichio, Carl 2645
Leadership challenges facing today's federal managers: the FEIAA's recent executive forum shared best practices in human capital management, financial management, competitive sourcing, change management, and leading across generations. Pettibone, Craig Conference notes 1655
New heights. Master, Warren 210
Peaks and valleys. Master, Warren 94
Public-private entrepreneurism at the local level: a small town--Holtville, California--achieves fame and fortune through entrepreneurial innovation. Coates, Breena E. 1640
Recruiting and retaining young IT leaders: federal agencies use a wide range of innovative mechanisms to attract young IT professionals to government service and to sustain their interest over time. Ressler, Steve 1967
Rocky mountain high. Master, Warren Personal account 309
Tougher challenges--and leadership to match: public servants are using innovative techniques to get better results quickly and cost-efficiently, improving workforce performance and spanning organizational boundaries to effect much-needed changes. McGinnis, Patricia 2403
Wither human resources management among the states. Blake, Richard Book review 1187

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