With the recent news that President Obama received recommendations on a reorganization of the federal government, the summer issue of The Public Manager couldn’t be more timely. Available June 15, it spotlights the topic of government reorganization for the 21st century. The Public Manager, a nonpartisan quarterly journal about federal executive leadership at all levels of management, presents an 11-article forum organized by former Commerce Department executive Alan Balutis that explores ways to manage government reorganization. From the importance of Oval Office outreach to Congress, to planning whether to take on mega-, Cabinet-, or agency-level reorganizations, The Public Manager marshals experts who have executed federal reorganizations before and can offer valuable tips and insights. Collectively they ask: Is President Obama Thinking Outside the Box? Other feature articles in the journal focus on how the government can avoid a fiscal crisis, closing leadership gaps, improving performance reviews, implementing a groundbreaking food safety law, and a look at how the Veterans Affairs agency is taking care of business by committing to training. “We call it Federal Leadership That Works,” says new editor Ilyse Veron of The Public Manager’s practical offerings, which are augmented throughout the year at www.thepublicmanager.org. This summer issue also debuts two new features: Exchange and Visionaries. Exchange showcases interviews, also available as podcasts, with newsmakers in the field such Charlene Li, the author of Open Leadership: How Social Technology Can Transform the Way You Lead. In Visionaries, the new back page, the journal will present innovations and ideas from award-winning or standout public managers starting with the Service to America finalists chosen by the Partnership for Public Service. About The Public Manager The Public Manager is a unique, independent, and nonpartisan quarterly journal about federal government leadership that works. Produced in print and electronic format with related podcasts, blogs, and events, it communicates best practices, innovations, and techniques for learning at all levels of government. The Public Manager is affiliated with good government groups such as the Partnership for Public Service, GovLoop, Young Government Leaders, the Graduate School, the American Society for Public Administration, and others. It is published by The Bureaucrat Inc., a not-for-profit organization owned by ASTD that is chartered and devoted to furthering knowledge and best practice in government. The Bureaucrat, Inc. maintains its own corporate officer and Board of Director structure. For more information about The Public Manager and the new summer issue, visit www.thepublicmanager.org.