This study identifies gaps in homeland security with a focus on gaps in aviation
security. The September 11, 2003 terrorist attacks on New York’s World Trade Center
I and the Pentagon resulted in the loss of over 3,000 lives, severely impacted our...
Management/Human Resources Capstones; Public Administration Capstones;
This qualitative study examines the issues and challenges facing our legal system
when citizens pursue their right to self-representation in our courts as opposed to
representation by an attorney. Courts deal with ever-widening floodgates of...
Public Administration Capstones; public administration;
We have a new administration in the White House, and once again the issue of what to
do about the current condition of our National Airway System must be addressed.
President Bush has recently stated that he will intervene if the mechanics for...
Money matters in more ways than one and depending on who is asked, it is
considered the root of all that is evil. But money doesn't have to be considered a means
to an end. It should be considered a tool to enhance ones’ life and surroundings....
In a survey by Grotta, Glassman and Hoffman cited in the U.S. News and World Report, 69%
of company managers replied that the most annoying situation with their employees is the lack of
motivation. These managers are right to be concerned about...