Vol. 40 Nbr. 1, March 2011
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- The spring musings.
- From the publisher ...
- 2010 Best Places to Work: who cares if your agency is a Best Place to Work? You should.
- Local government cutback budgeting: since the 2008 financial meltdown, local governments continue to scramble to develop sustainable budgets.
- Moving telework from compliance to competitiveness: the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010 offers a flexible work environment that maximizes the strategic benefits of a fully integrated telework program.
- Revisiting the work-life balancing act: federal leaders provide techniques and tips to maintain work-life balance.
- Symposium: preparing for climate change.
- State and local governments prepare for climate change.
- Global lessons on development planning and climate hazards reduction.
- Impact of climate change on public health.
- Greener transport mitigates climate change.
- Climate change and cultural preservation at the National Zoo.
- CCS: a necessary element in future energy production.
- Attracting strange bedfellows: climate users reshape the conversation.
- From back room to board room: federal CFO role in managing the cost of government: the landmark CFO Act of 1990 chartered a course for leaders to create high-performing, financial management practices challenges lie ahead as the CFO Act comes of age and moves to the next stage of maturity.
- Keys to successful performance measurement: for many years, leaders have waited for real-time, easy-to-use performance data. Thanks to technology, that time has come. Now, the question is, "What do we do with it?".
- Municipal-level surveys and recycling in Kentucky: two Kentucky studies demonstrate that surveys can function as vehicles for bringing about change by simply engaging the attention of respondents.
- The frustration of informal rulemaking: officials often express frustration when preparing or reviewing Federal Register documents needed to meet informal rulemaking requirements.
- Expanded Visions for Today's Growing Governance Challenges: Howard R. Balanoff and Warren Master, editors, Strategic Public Management: Best Practices from Government and Nonprofit Organizations (Management Concepts, 2010).
- The uncivil servant: cost-cutting is one man's meat.