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web sites make information and services available at the touch
of a button, helping Americans keep in touch with their government
and making government work better for people.
for Stormy (Space) Weather
you think bad weather in space doesn't affect you, think again.
Solar winds buffeting the earth's magnetosphere generate huge
and sometimes very severe geomagnetic storms that can and do
cause power outages, radio and satellite malfunctions, and pager
and cell phone failures. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration has reinvented the communication of methods used
to present data on the effects of geomagnetic storms, making
them far more accessible to the public and to companies and
industries that need the information.
Revolution Will Kill 20th Century Dinosaurs
demands of the Information Revolution will kill our 20th century
dinosaurs -- those organizations that cannot, or will not, adapt
to the new global realities of the next millennium," said Office
of Personnel Management Janice LaChance.
Leadership Network site is developed by and targeted to public
servants. This upbeat new site must make them, and the people
they serve, feel very good about public servants and public
service as a worthwhile career. Other countries can learn from
the helpful, thoughtful tools and resources for workers. The
site has a comprehensive tool kit for managers and staff, government
job listings, assistance programs for workers with personal
problems, and conflict-resolution guidelines. A weekly feature
profiles a government official and an "interactive zone" gives
employees a place to talk with each other.
In This Issue
That Mean Business
20th Century Dinosaurs
2, No. 7, November 15, 1999
2, No. 6, November 8, 1999
2, No. 5, November 1, 1999
2, No. 4, October 25, 1999
2, No. 3, October 18, 1999