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Updated March 2020
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Federal News Network Defense Reporter Jared Serbu speaks one-on-one and in depth with the people responsible for managing the inner workings of the federal government's largest department, and those who know it best.
 
Hosted by nationally-known speaker and consultant Mark Amtower, Amtower Off-Center highlights the good, the bad, the ugly and the just plain silly of doing business in the government market. Every week experts join Mark for a lively discussion of current issues facing the government contractor community.
 
Market Chat! is an ongoing series that provides an open and collaborative interaction between government and industry to ensure that listeners will walk away empowered with greater knowledge on how to better market to their targeted federal and state and local audiences.
 
The Business of Government Radio Hour, hosted by Michael J. Keegan, features a conversation with a federal executive who is changing the way government does business. The executives discuss their careers and the management challenges facing their organizations. Guests include administrators, chief financial officers, chief information officers, chief operating officers, commissioners, controllers, directors, and undersecretaries.
 
Nycci Nellis is everyone's "go to" food journalist for insights and in depth info about everything happening across the food/wine/spirits/brews/restaurant scenes in the Mid-Atlantic and across the U.S. Her husband, David, is a beer and burgers guy. On radio since 2009, they host celebrity guest interviews with famous and up-and-coming chefs, winemakers, distillers, oystermen, farmers, marine biologists and more. Get the foodie info you need to know and won't find anywhere else; enjoy irrever ...
 
Federal News Network reporters Nicole Ogrysko and Meredith Somers cover the civilian agencies of the U.S. government. Sometimes their work overlaps, other times it's on opposite ends of the Executive Branch. Together they bring a fresh and thoughtful approach to the stories from the federal workforce that are often overlooked. Bureauchat is essential listening for the entire federal workforce.
 
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They can totally work from home. Everyone's been telework-enabled for years. But even as the virus threat widened, the administrative law judges of the Social Security Administration were told they'd need to work in their offices one more week, ending today. The agency seemed reluctant to go ahead on telework. It seemed weird to this judge, who's a…
 
Recently-enacted annual withdrawal rules for the Thrift Savings Plan accounts make it somewhat easier to access money for retirement income. They also make it easier, at a time like this, to accelerate a dangerous decline in your retirement outlook. For what not to do, the managing director and financial planner at Mission Point Plan, Anthony Bucci…
 
With seemingly everyone teleworking, the only way people can meet is through some awkward application or another. Teleconferencing can also mean fresh cybersecurity challenges. To help, the National Institute of Standards and Technology has rushed out some guidelines. To tell us what to watch out for, the director of the National Cybersecurity Cent…
 
Congress is on track to pass a two-trillion-dollar stimulus and emergency appropriations package. Yes, the bill will put checks in the mail and expand unemployment benefits for many Americans. But it also funds a whole-of-government approach to respond to the coronavirus pandemic. Agencies are getting more money to continue their missions, plus som…
 
The Navy says each and every sailor aboard the U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt is now being tested for coronavirus. That’s after some additional servicemembers tested positive for the disease late this week. Navy officials say the crew is being isolated on the aircraft carrier while it’s docked in Guam. But as Federal News Network’s Jared Serbu reports, …
 
The White House launched a task force this week giving coronavirus researchers access to the gvernment’s supercomputers. This task force brings together more than 300 petaflops of computing capacity to run simulations that aid epidemiologists. The Energy Department is at the center. But that’s only part of the agency’s artificial intelligence portf…
 
If nothing else, the long-running Huawei situation shows the importance of considering the supply chain when it comes to cybersecurity. Huawei being the Chinese telecommunications equipment maker basically banned by the federal government. This topic came up at the recent RSA security conference, where Bruce Schneier was. He's Adjunct Lecturer in P…
 
The world of research has a big nut to crack. How to maintain security *of* research results without spoiling the international collaboration necessary for scientific advancement. The National Science Foundation has appointed someone to deal with that very question. It appoints as chief of research security strategy and policy, Rebecca Spyke Keiser…
 
Wild fire season is months off yet. But the Homeland Security Department's Science and Technology Directorate is at work on a program to see how internet of things technology can reduce the threat. It's a project pf the directorate's Smart City Internet of Things Innovation Labs. For more, the Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke to the senior scienc…
 
It may have taken awhile to get going, a strong majority of federal employees are now teleworking under the coronavirus pandemic. But what also emerged in Federal News Network's exclusive online survey is that many of the same problems and challenges remain, emergency or not. For more of the findings, Federal News Network Executive editor Jason Mil…
 
Many can live comfortably on their federal annuity while giving their stock-indexed TSP funds time to recover. But for the majority of retirement eligible federal and postal workers, that’s not an option. At least not if they want to maintain a decent standard of living in retirement.The reason? Many, if not most, of the feds eligible to retire are…
 
Service members expecting a permanent change of station (PCS) in the next two months are now stuck in limbo as the Defense Department has issued a stop order movement until May 11. Members of the military are now waiting in their old houses, in temporary housing or even in hotels until they can get to their next orders. Federal News Network’s Scott…
 
The coronavirus pandemic is changing nearly every aspect of life. That's certainly true of the Thrift Savings Plan. The Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board said it's monitoring the virus and its impact on the funds, its participants and its ability to keep serving them. Board members are doing some of that work remotely from home. It's one o…
 
The National Institutes of Health is one of the crown jewels of American medicine. Among its services are clinical trials for patients with no where else to go. Often the patients have families for whom the trial is no less a hardship. That's where the nonprofit Friends of Patients at the NIH comes in. Director Heidi Williams joined Federal Drive w…
 
Just as it was getting backlogs under control and ramping up a whole new congressionally-mandated benefit program, along came the coronavirus. Department of Veterans Affairs Under Secretary Paul Lawrence joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for a situation report from the Veterans Benefits Administration.…
 
As part of an Interior Department reorganization, the Trump administration moved the headquarters of the Bureau of Land Management out of town - out west, specifically, to Grand Junction, Colorado. It didn't work out exactly as planned, according to a look-see by the Government Accountability Office. For more, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to…
 
It's All Journalism Producer Michael O'Connell is joined this week by Mollie Muchna of TrustingNews.org and the Arizona Daily Star to discuss what newsrooms should be doing to provide useful, beneficial and trustworthy updates on coronavirus without overwhelming their audience. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Journalism podcast, sig…
 
American agriculture is among the world's most efficient and productive producers, feeding the country and much of the world. That's thanks in part to a long history of research. Now the Agriculture Department has set forth a new five-year research agenda. USDA Deputy Undersecretary for Research, Education and Economics Scott Hutchins joined Federa…
 
It's taken a couple of weeks, but the White House and various agencies have more or less come up with policies for contractors trying to support the government during the virus crisis. Retooling or extending existing contracts, keeping skilled people mobile-ready, and invoking the Stafford Act for emergency procurement are all in there from guidanc…
 
Title 2 of the Code of Federal Regulations is getting its first comprehensive update in seven years. No eye rolls. You should care and here's why. This part of the C-F-R tells agencies how to handle more than $500 billion dollars a year in funding to state, local, non-profit and academia organizations...the grantmaking regulations. For what the adm…
 
While Congress was working out the details of that trillion dollar coronavirus aid package. The big four postal unions requested financial relief for the Postal Service. The agency has had more than a decade of net losses, and Congress has rejected previous plans for a postal bailout. But the proposal now has backing from at least one leading House…
 
For a variety of reasons, American Indians and Alaska Natives have disproportionate levels of murder and missing persons. So much so that the Justice Department set up a presidential task force to try and mitigate it. With more on the task force and its activities, the Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke to Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney Genera…
 
Tele-everything has taken on supreme importance as the nation battles coronavirus. Telemedicine might be among the most powerful tools for the Veterans Affairs Department, with its otherwise crowded hospitals and clinics. Former VA secretary Dr. David Shulkin has a lot of professional experience with tele-health, and he joined the Federal Drive wit…
 
It's no secret at this point. Planning and responding to the coronavirus has been an especially tough challenge for most federal agencies. It could have been even tougher for an organization like Voice of America, which has reporters all over the world, including China, and Italy. But 805 of the VOA workforce is teleworking today. It wasn't easy. T…
 
National Guard leadership says it expects tens of thousands of Guardsmen will be called up to handle coronavirus. Meanwhile, the Air Force is postponing weapons testing and putting pilots in a virtual bubble. Federal News Network’s Scott Maucione has the latest on COVID-19 military developments.By Tom Temin
 
Host Bob Leins, CPA® and co-host Tammy Flanagan, Senior Benefits Director at NITP, Inc. welcome back Paula S. Jakub, RHU; CEO of The American Foreign Service Protective Association, sponsor of the Foreign Service Benefit Plan. Today’s guest will discuss benefits in your FEHB plan that you might not be aware of and how to get the most out of your He…
 
How are U.S. government agencies developing the next generation of leaders? What are agency-based leadership development programs? How best can we deliver effective leadership development? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Prof. Jim Perry and Bill Valdez on A Special Edition of The Business of Government Hour – L…
 
The coronavirus pandemic has forced the many agency heads to maximize telework flexibility, in some cases making the unprecedented decision to allow most employees to work from home every day - at least for the next few weeks. In some instances this has stressed agency IT systems. For more, Federal News Network’s Jory Heckman spoke with the former …
 
This week, President Donald Trump invoked the Defense Production Act to help increase the supply of ventilators and other medical items. But the 1950 law contains a wide-range of different authorities – many of which might also come into play as the health emergency unfolds. To dig into what is possible under the DPA, Federal News Network’s Jared S…
 
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