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Updated April 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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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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Teleworking is great for email, phone calls, and futzing with documents on line. But what about the detailed collaboration needed to keep your agency or company's projects moving along properly? For some specific advice, the Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke to the head of government relations at the Project Management Institute, David Summers.…
 
Federal employment is not only about sitting in cubicles or offices, contemplating policy, counting beans, and planning budgets. Bureau of Prison guards are often inches away from nasty people. Agriculture workers go into factories and farms where people and animals might be sick. Sometimes such employees are eligible for hazardous duty pay. Now a …
 
Congress, having gutted out the biggest stimulus bill ever, is busier than ever. Even with members scattering to the 50 states. For Virginia Senator Mark Warner (D-VA), much of the concern is nearby, lots of federal employees and defense contractors just across the river from D.C. Senator Warner joins me with an update.…
 
More personnel changes afoot at the Office of Personnel Management. OPM has a new acting director after the permanent one abruptly resigned. The new acting leadership tapped two familiar faces to take on key policy offices. The president's pick to lead the Merit Systems Protection Board will now take over OPM's employee services shop, the office in…
 
Congress’s work on the 2021 Defense authorization bill has been pushed back because of coronavirus. But members are already starting to propose ideas for the annual legislation. The top Republican on the House Armed Services Committee introduced another round of acquisition reforms yesterday. As Federal News Network’s Jared Serbu reports, this year…
 
Every television station has been running B-roll of corona virus research. Endless loops of test tubes, tiny little needles and pipettes. But the Energy Department is bringing something a little larger to the fight. Namely, the IBM Summit supercomputer. It won't fit into a petrie dish. Here with more on exactly what Summit is doing, the vice presid…
 
Now that the largest federal employee union has sued the government for hazardous duty pay, the question arises, how many employees, outside those named in the suit, might be eligible governmentwide. For more on what hazardous pay is all about and a little history, we turn to Federal Practice Group partner Ricardo Pitts-Wiley.…
 
Maryland is among the states with the highest concentration of federal employees, agencies and contractors. That's why, for Democratic Senator Ben Cardin (D-MD) the drafting of the emergency stimulus bill signed last Friday by President Trump was especially important. Senator Cardin joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin earlier to give some of hi…
 
Despite the best of intentions, the General Services Administrations' IT modernization and telecommunications program called Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions or EIS, is following the same path as the previous initiative. Heading into a key 12-month stretch, vendors under the EIS program say delays and additional costs are plaguing agency efforts…
 
Some 120,000 service members unable to conduct their planned permanent changes of station at least until mid-May are starting to feel a financial pinch. Blue Star Families finds one in five military families already are, or will be, paying for housing in two locations because of the stop move order. For more, Federal News Network’s Scott Maucione s…
 
Because of the coronavirus crisis, the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences is conferring medical degrees early so those new clinicians can get to work right away. 150 M.D.s and 33 advance practice nurses got their degrees on Wednesday. Dr. Art Kellerman, the dean of USU's Hebert School of Medicine at USU joins us to talk about how …
 
The National Academy of Public Administration regularly takes on congressionally mandated deep studies of federal agencies. Its upcoming study of the Office of Personnel Management is especially high-profile. The academy is reviewing OPM's statutory functions and challenges. It may recommend a new future for OPM. The study follows a controversial T…
 
The idea of an out-of-the-blue pandemic shutting down America and the rest of the world would be an April Fools Day prank of the worst kind. Unfortunately, this is not a drill. Unlike past major events, 9/11, the Great Recession, which hit all of us but in many different ways, we are all pretty much in the same boat here. It may be better to be you…
 
One stimulus bill done, is another in the works? As Congress discusses future rounds of emergency funding the Data Coalition has called for more money for the government’s data infrastructure so that all of these trillions can be tracked. And for implementing the Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act, and for a National Secure Data Servic…
 
What scares a potential enemy more: Waves of fighter bombers or massed troops on the ground behind tanks? It's an important question with strategic and budget implications. New research suggests the U.S. may have it all wrong, as Federal Drive with Tom Temin heard from Dan Grazier, military fellow at the Project on Government Oversight.…
 
Hard to believe as it might be, a central and critical software system of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter simply doesn't work. And that's making people who maintain and certify the readiness of the expensive jet a little crazy. Federal Drive with Tom Temin got the latest from Diana Maurer, the director of Defense Capabilities and Management issues at…
 
Simon Rogers, a data journalist with the Google News Initiative, joins It's All Journalism producer Michael O'Connell this week to discuss the ways in which data journalism can help reporters find new ways to cover coronavirus with information gleaned from search engine trends in their communities. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Jo…
 
The General Services Administration, in response to the pandemic, has opened up the multiple award schedule contracts to state and local governments. That's one of a myriad of effects the situation is having on those who sell to the government. For more on this and a couple of others, federal sales and marketing consultant Larry Allen.…
 
In the search to understand the coronavirus and its implications, the government is marshaling much of its supercomputer capacity. That includes NASA and its high performance computing complex. With how NASA is bending that capacity to bear on the crisis, we turn to the division chief of NASA Advanced Supercomputing, Dr. Piyush Mehrotra.…
 
Normal gradation day for the U.S. military’s latest class of doctors and nurses is still about six weeks away. But because of the coronavirus crisis, the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences is conferring medical degrees early so those new clinicians can get to work right away. 150 M.D.s and 33 advance practice nurses will graduate …
 
The General Services Administration takes the first step today to freeze current telecommunications contracts. The restriction is aimed specifically at those agencies that've ignored previous attempts to get them to move to the new Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions program. This disincentive is one of the biggest lessons learned from the previous…
 
After nearly three years of work, the National Commission on Military, National and Public Service last week released a long list of recommendations for all three areas of service. Commission Chairman Doctor Joe Heck joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin with highlights of particular interest to the federal workforce, .…
 
It's totally crucial every day, but in the pandemic crisis nearly everyone is imagining how we'd survive without the telecommunications infrastructure. In fact, here and there the internet and the phone systems have shown a little strain. The Federal Communications Commission has been monitoring all of this, and taken a few actions. With more, FCC …
 
The Defense Production Act is in effect as a means to combat coronavirus. That means some businesses are beholden to what the government wants. The economic downturn complicates life for those very companies. The Defense Department announced a new task force this week to keep production and supply chains strong. Federal News Network’s Scott Maucion…
 
Nearly every household in the U.S. has received a request in the mail now to fill out the 2020 Census online. But misinformation online about the census, and about the bureau’s coronavirus pandemic plans, can hurt those crucial self-response rates. That’s led the bureau to stand up a Trust & Safety Team and partner with software company Sprinklr to…
 
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