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FEATURES


2008 Watch List: Completing the picture
Bush administration officials vow to advance the President’s Management Agenda while there is still time



One year to go, then the handoff
OMB says a true test of the President’s Management Agenda would be whether it carries over into the next administration


NEWS


Buzz of the Week: What is Iowa telling us?


New tech could help bolster borders
Critics attack State Department's decision to use long-range RFID in passport cards


Green IT specs now required


Lawmakers to micromanage more



COMMENT


Editorial: Let the real debate begin
The presidential candidates have given government management issues only glancing attention



Schwartz: Focusing on searchability



  • Check out the report, “Hiding in Plain Sight.”


Kelman: 3 secrets to productivity



Welles: The age of speed



Lisagor: My crystal ball says...


MANAGEMENT


2008 Watch List: EVM for everyone
Office of Management and Budget mandate will propel EVM further into the mainstream


Management briefs


EXECUTECH


2008 Watch List: Power, servers, nets: Efficiency is in
Emerging technologies help agencies get a better grip on IT management and utilization


PROCUREMENT


2008 Watch List: OFPP to rein in interagency contracts
New policies likely will target duplicative contracts that offer little additional value


POLICY


2008 Watch List: Security initiatives show promise
Officials express guarded optimism as milestones for major projects converge


FLIPSIDE


The FCW Punch Line Contest: Who’s laughing now?


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