Vol. 39 Nbr. 3, September 2010
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- The editor's musings.
- The changing information environment and civic literacy: how public managers can increase information awareness among citizens.
- The Obama budget challenge: the Obama administration will use the federal budget as a primary force for driving change.
- Enhancing the knowledge management capabilities of federal agencies: implementation of effective knowledge management can improve performance in government agencies.
- Service-learning through colleges and universities, Part II: Part II highlights service-learning programs at colleges and universities around the nation and will demonstrate the dynamic impact they have on local and state government organizations.
- Resiliency: five years after Katrina.
- Introduction to the forum: overview of post-Katrina emergency management reforms.
- Recovery or resilience along the post-Katrina Gulf Coast?
- Reforming mitigation programs: a New Orleans case analysis.
- The ethinomics of a leaking Louisiana.
- Achieving community preparedness post-Katrina.
- Declaring catastrophies: Hurricane Katrina and the 2010 Gulf oil spill.
- Media relations and effective evacuations of Gulf Coast communities.
- Who's afraid of Central Park? Modeling collaborative governance.
- Shared services and the cloud: seize the opportunity: shared services and 'the cloud' can fundamentally transform the federal administrative bureaucracy.
- Implementing the four-day workweek: according to a recent study of HR directors, the positives of the four-day workweek appear to outweigh the negatives.
- Don't overlook frontline supervisors.
- The bureaucrat as democracy's safety valve.
- The uncivil servant.