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Government Executive is an American media publication based in Washington, D.C. that covers daily government business. Their reporting is tailored to civilian posts, federal bureaucrats, and military officials who partake in the day-to-day of public policy in the United States.
Government Executive is led by Tom Shoop, the organization's vice president and editor-in-chief, and Katherine McIntire Peters, the deputy editor. Constance Sayers is its president and publisher, and Tim Hartman is chief executive officer of the Government Executive Media Group, a subsidiary of Atlantic Media.
Government Executive Media Group also includes Nextgov, which covers technology and the future of government; Defense One, covering emerging national security issues; and Route Fifty, reporting on state and local government. The site also maintains a burgeoning events division, which produces at least 85 events per year. Last year, it produced “Fedstival,” a convention of leaders throughout the U.S. federal government to discuss the future of bureaucracy.
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