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  • Union attitudes and government performance

    Steve Kelman warns that retrograde attitudes risk undercutting efforts that would be in everyone's interest. Read More

  • DOD and Silicon Valley: A marriage made in hell?

    Steve Kelman contends that the differences are irreconcilable -- but that government should still be looking for the notable exceptions. Read More

  • Why public silence greets government success

    Steve Kelman takes the press to task for its "good news is no news" mentality. Read More

    Comments: 3
  • Miami and the return of cities

    The rejuvenation of American cities is spreading to places without extensive historical or architectural traditions. Read More

    Comments: 1
  • Our brave new smartphone world

    Steve Kelman wonders what the trend toward "alone together" means for real connectivity. Read More

    Comments: 2
  • Big data, big interest

    Steve Kelman notes the growing use of analytics in core agency missions. Read More

    Comments: 2
  • 'Wisdom of crowds' vs. group discussion

    Steve Kelman would like to put a popular theory to the test in government. Read More

    Comments: 1
  • How do we get public servants who want to serve the public?

    Steve Kelman points to research that suggests recruiting, not training, is the key. Read More

    Comments: 6
  • Why Rep. Rice is wrong about pegging feds' pay to economic growth

    Steve Kelman's concern is not what you might think. Read More

    Comments: 12
  • One sure sign of whether 'Acquisition 360' will actually matter

    Steve Kelman applauds the attempt to gather real feedback on the acquisition process, but notes that surveys alone are not enough. Read More

    Comments: 5

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