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For Your Benefit

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Host Bob Leins and presenters from NITP, Inc., the national leader in Federal retirement planning seminars, present topics of interest to the Federal community including Federal benefits, Social Security, financial planning, TSP and estate planning.
 
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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.
 
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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.
 
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Foodie and the Beast

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Foodie and the Beast

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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 ...
 
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From how to win government jobs and contracts, to effectively managing your government career, learning about interesting federal agencies, workers and jobs, and best utilizing government services, host Derrick Dortch explores the world of the federal government and provides you the access needed to succeed.
 
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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.
 
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By nearly all accounts, the federal workforce will be highly hybrid in the post-pandemic era. Few will return to the office five days a week. Few will telework five days a week. For one view of what this means for technology and the investments needed to support the new work mode, the Federal Drive turned to the president of HP Federal, Todd Gustaf…
 
The Navy builds lots of things that float. But it also needs ports, depots, and other constructed facilities. The Naval Construction Battalion Center is celebrating 80 years, having been established June 2, 1942. For the latest on its contemporary mission and activities, we turn to its commander, Captain Jeff Powell.…
 
By most accounts, federal agencies have made great strides since last May's cyber executive order. Still, at the one mark, lawmakers pressed Biden administration officials on whether agencies have done enough to defend critical networks from cyber attacks. For more, Federal News Network’s Justin Doubleday…
 
More than two years after the Agriculture Department relocated, with a lot of controversy, two research facilities out of Washington, D.C., staffing levels at the labs are getting closer to normal. But the Government Accountability Office says USDA’s process for deciding on Kansas City, Missouri, left out a few things. Joining the Federal Drive wit…
 
For the last few years, the IRS has been changing its external reputation and internal culture of an agency that doesn’t take technology risks. The Pilot IRS program may be one of the most well-known examples of this external evolution, reaching out to vendors to bring in innovation and new approaches to contracting. Internally, the use of robotics…
 
When the government spent billions on health measures in response to the pandemic, officials worried whether enough would flow to the poor and vulnerable. Such people live in both urban and rural areas. My next quest coordinated the work to get millions of vaccines and other medications to community health centers. She's the director of the Office …
 
By any measure software vendor Solar Winds was a high flyer, with many federal customers for its IT managements software. Now the company says it's nearly recovered from the 2020 Sunburst hack that sent federal agencies fleeing...and became part of the cybersecurity vernacular. The Federal Drive got more from Solar Winds chief information security …
 
The governmental response to the COVID pandemic pulled in many agencies at the federal, state and local levels. But how well did they work together? The intergovernmental response is the topic of the latest study, sought by Congress, from a working group of the National Academy of Public Administration. Its main finding: there's work to do. The Fed…
 
The Army is modernizing almost everything. The effort extends from rifles used by individual soldiers to the Army's information systems and software development. Federal News Network’s Scott Maucione got an update from the Army's Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology, Young Bang.…
 
When the White House added up results from the latest federal employee pulse survey, the General Services Administration saw some positive feedback from its crew. GSA Deputy Administrator Katy Kale tells Federal News Network's Drew Friedman, she's particularly satisfied with the sheer the number of responses GSA got. First she comments on what it's…
 
Diane Tomb is the CEO of the American Land Title Association (ALTA), a national trade association consisting of title insurance agents, abstracters, and underwriters representing every county in America. An expert in the real property transaction industry, Diane describes the logistics of obtaining and protecting the title to your home. She reveals…
 
Dan Rottenberg, author of The Education of a Journalist: My 70 Years on the Frontiers of Free Speech, tells It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell there’s always going to be a need for journalists, especially now when truth is under attack. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Journalism podcast, sign up for our weekly email newslett…
 
Just like innumerable other government agencies, the Air Force runs on paper-based forms that have to be filled out manually, and each one takes time. How much? That was a difficult question to answer until the Virginia Air National Guard’s 192nd Wing saw a chance to do things differently. 'Chief Master Sergeant Joe Young, who’s been leading the te…
 
Just like innumerable other government agencies, the Air Force runs on paper-based forms that have to be filled out manually, and each one takes time. But "how much" was a difficult question to answer, until the Virginia Air National Guard’s 192nd Wing saw a chance to do things differently. The wing has been experimenting with AI to take some of th…
 
The Biden administration wants to speed up federal permits and environmental reviews for projects under the $1 trillion infrastructure law. The White House permitting action plan includes a Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Council. For how the council hope to expedite things, Federal News Network’s Jory Heckman spoke with the executive direc…
 
One thing government contracting shops are sticklers for is receiving bids by the stated deadline. Two days or two seconds late, and would-be contractors are out of luck. That's true even if the government's own IT systems screw up or cause the lateness. The Federal Drive with Tom Temin talked about the latest test case with Smith Pachter McWhorter…
 
Federal oversight bodies often look for waste, fraud and abuse. But another trio of witches also bedevils the government: Fragmentation, overlap and duplication (FOD). The Government Accountability Office's latest report shows agencies have been able to hack away at FOD, but new instances keep popping up. The Federal Drive with Tom Temin got the la…
 
Artificial intelligence software isn't like other software, especially when it comes to acquiring and licensing it. The data requirements to ensure lack of bias in AI, and transparency in how it works are not part of standard license agreements. This is all the subject of a study by the School of Business at George Mason University. Study author an…
 
The Senate could vote tomorrow on a 40 billion dollar military aid package for Ukraine. It's already passed the House. Whatever happens, it will require contracts and contractors. Joining the Federal Drive with a look inside, the executive vice president for policy at the Professional Services Council, Stephanie Kostro.…
 
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has started releasing a series of data sheets for the public. They show the delineations of wetland, a crucial piece of information in land and resource management. Joining the Federal Drive with details about the program, research soil scientist Jacob Berkowitz.By Tom Temin
 
One arm of the government's intellectual property protection machinery has a new position and a new person to fill it. The U.S. Copyright Office, a Congressional branch agency, has appointed its first chief economist. Joining the Federal Drive to explain the connection between copyrights and economics is that economist himself, Dr. Brent Lutes.…
 
The White House has three. NSA and US Cyber Command have both a general and one. CISA has one. We're talking about agencies with presidentially appointed, Senate confirmed positions focused on cybersecurity. The Energy Department, on the other hand, decided it didn't need a presidentially appointed or Senate confirmed leader in its Office of Cybers…
 
Like in the game of monopoly, Defense Department money comes in many colors. Unlike the board game, each color in DoD has a specific, non-interchangeable purpose. When it comes to buying software, that presents a problem, which the Air Force is hoping to fix in next year's budget. That an more in this week's DOD reporters notebook with Federal News…
 
Former It's All Journalism producer Megan Cloherty and Luke Garrett produce DMV Download for WTOP, the 24-hour, all-news radio station in Washington, D.C. They discuss the challenges of launching a locally focused, daily news podcast with It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Journalism podcast,…
 
Why is the global supply chain so vulnerable? How can a modern supply chain strategy leverage shared service models to increase efficiency and productivity? What is Supply Chain Immunity? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Dr. Rob Handfield author of Enabling a More Resilient and Shared Supply Chain Strategy for t…
 
From infant formula to the devastating war in Ukraine, nothing is to big or small for Congressional attention this week. You can throw veterans and Veterans Affairs into the mix. We get the outlook from Bloomberg Government deputy news director Loren Duggan.By Tom Temin
 
Congress has okayed billions of dollars in security assistance for Ukraine. But one group thinks the U.S. Defense industry is well-positioned to provide not just weapons – but humanitarian aid too. The needs on the ground range from search and rescue equipment to medical supplies and satellite phones. A collection of Arizona-based industry groups i…
 
Mama never said it would be easy. Veterans Affairs officials knew they were taking on a long and expensive project when, back in 2017, they decided to replace Vista, the electronic health records and management system. The new EHR has proven to be a heavy lift, especially when it comes to a realistic and enforceable schedule. We get the latest repo…
 
Starting today, 1,400 employees at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission are returning to the office. Well, at least one day a week. But with union negotiations still incomplete, the American Federation of Government Employees is taking issue with EEOC’s announcement.By Tom Temin
 
Hosted by David and Nycci Nellis. On today’s show: · Jake Worth, General Manager at Bar Ivy, joins us. Opening this month in Arlington, Bar Ivy comes from the D.C.-based Blagden Hospitality Group, owner of Tiger Fork, urban backyard Calico, neighborhood tavern Fainting Goat, and many more you know;· Clementine Thomas and Sam Vasfi, co-owners, Bold …
 
For anyone in Washington wanting to understand something in the Defense Department budget, Todd Harrison has been a go-to analyst. Now, after seven years at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, he's leaving to join a defense company. The Federal Drive spoke with him about the move.By Tom Temin
 
During the COVID pandemic, staffing the nation’s healthcare facilities has been a challenge pretty much across the board. But the military’s hospitals and clinics faced special circumstances. Military clinicians whose day jobs were at military treatment facilities could be pulled away for other COVID-19 missions with little or no notice. The Defens…
 
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