Vol. 42 Nbr. 1, March - March 2013
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- Technology and people are the lifeblood of government.
- Understanding the path forward in federal human capital.
- America's storied history is a compelling budget story.
- Mobile technology forces study of bring your own device.
- Feds lead the way in making training evaluations more effective.
- Social media matures into viable, valuable communications tool.
- Three trends affect social media adoption in your agency.
- Designing a social media strategy to fulfill your agency's mission.
- Virtual worlds and social media drive results and training.
- The past, present, and future of social media at USGS.
- How FEMA drove 23,000 people to join its online community.
- Science radio app brings on-demand programming worldwide.
- HowTo.gov provides government tools to engage citizens online.
- Making social media content as accessible as possible.
- Successfully managing federal rightsizing initiatives.
- The benefit is mutuals: new delivery models.
- Challenges and opportunities for 2nd Obama Administration.
- Connecting the dots among people, budgets, and missions.
- What can managers do to mitigate violent employee behaviors?
- Investing in people supports veterans affairs' mission.
- How titleless leaders use conflict to get workplace results.
- Develop a Habit of Inspiration to Unleash Innovative Approach.
- Teleworking thrives at U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
- Innovation at Rancho Cordova.