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Articles from The Public Manager (December 22, 2007)

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Building an acquisition workforce to meet mission objectives: as the baby boomers retire and acquisition spending rises, cultural changes and innovative recruiting will be needed to attract talent and maintain competence. Girovasi, Edward L. 2759
Citizen involvement in the Digital Age: Web-based public comment is helping Spartanburg County and the Town of Cary connect with residents concerning important community issues. Bevarly, Dan; Ulma, Jeffery G. 2234
Developing executive leadership in the public sector: government agencies can improve their management effectiveness through internal leadership development that nurtures key skills, behaviors, and knowledge. Turner, Jeff 2951
Family-friendly policy: lessons from Europe--Part II: family policies are important--to families and to business. Widener, Anmarie J. 3559
Fulfilling the Promise of e-Gov Initiatives--Part II: the integration of federal acquisition processes has already improved services--and the near future looks even brighter. Cliff, Lisa; Steele, Judy 3546
Government 2.0--fact or fiction? The second generation of Web access will change the way government delivers services and its relationship with the American public. Mintz, Daniel 2429
Introduction and overview. Balutis, Alan P. 667
Looking ahead--a human resources strategy: the next president can take six innovative actions to handle the impending demographic and performance crises. Thompson, W. Frederick 2527
Managing in the public sector: how do public-sector challenges differ from those in the private sector, and what professional skill sets are needed to provide effective solutions? Hobby, Paul W. 3072
Measuring public-sector outcomes. Winchell, T.E., Sr. 933
New heights for the silly season. Grimaldi 1333
Paradoxes of management reform: can the next administration muster the intellectual capital to cope with the complexities of our modern government. Kettl, Donald F. 1635
Recovering from Katrina: a work in progress--2007: Gulf Coast states have improved local emergency management, but more is needed to upgrade overall performance as the region struggles to recover from the storms of 2005. Edwards, Frances L. 3552
Service transformation in government: better intergovernmental collaboration will be needed to satisfy the citizens of the future. Dorris, Martha 1887
The expanded role of federal executive boards: federal executive boards now play a pivotal role in emergency planning, response, and recovery. Ainsworth, Kimberly E. 2620
The future workforce: here they come: a new generation of professionals are reshaping government workplaces, markedly changing the expectations of individual and organizational behaviors. Boddie, William; Contardo, Jeanne; Childs, Robert 2151
The manager's musings. Master, Warren Editorial 559
The promise and potential of e-government: silos of expertise needed in the past must segue to a more agile, responsive, and horizontal form of government. Sindelar, John 1685
Transforming resource management to support an Army at war: the Army's chief financial officer examines three priorities for best use of the nation's money. Ford, Nelson M. 3114
Versatile bureaucracy: a telework case study: the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office uses telework as a cost-effective way to manage human capital, boost productivity, and improve the quality of employee lives. Meadows, Vickers 2934

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