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Sammies finalist helped millions get treatment for HIV and AIDS
Dr. Tedd Ellerbrock, chief of the HIV Care and Treatment Branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, discusses...
Government Matters (Full Show) – August 15, 2017
Impact of agency reorganization effort on federal workforce Leslie Pollack, deputy associate director of HR strategy and evaluation solutions at...
Agricultural Research Service microbiologist honored for life-saving work
Jitender Dubey, a microbiologist at Agricultural Research Service, discusses the work that earned him a nomination as a finalist for...
How the Secret Service fights cyber crime
U.S. Secret Service special agent Tate Jarrow, winner of a Service to America Medal in the ‘Call to Service’ category,...
Managing the $7B stockpile of emergency medicine at CDC
Greg Burel, director of the Division of the Strategic National Stockpile at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, discusses...
Public-private partnerships saves money & lives
Dr. Paul McGann, Jean Moody-Williams and Dennis Wagner discuss the work they’re doing at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid...
Using data, mapping to make a difference
Chief Geographer and Director of the GeoCenter at the U.S. Agency for International Development Carrie Stokes discusses the work she and...
Treasury program recognized for spurring development
Lisa Jones, Program Manager of the CDFI Bond Guarantee Program at the Community Development Financial Institutions Fund of the Treasury Department, talks...
USGS team strengthens volcano readiness
John Pallister, leader of the Volcano Disaster Assistance Program at the U.S. Geological Survey, discussed his effort to strengthen volcano...
Crowdsourcing, challenges and prizes across government
Jenn Gustetic, small business innovation research program executive at NASA, discussed her work on crowdsourcing in government. Gustetic is a...
Customer service strategy and innovations at USCIS
Mariela Melero, of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, discussed her customer service creations — including Emma, a virtual assistant with...
Using innovation and tech to help farmers
Lilia McFarland of USDA is a Service to America finalist for her work in using tech and innovation to help...
NIH investigator’s career spans four decades
Dr. Allen Wilcox, senior investigator for the Epidemiology Branch National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences at the National Institutes of Health,...
Hurricane hunter’s career spans 5 decades
James McFadden, chief of programs and projects at NOAA’s Aircraft Operations Center, discussed his five-decade career as a federal hurricane...
Liquidation and small business investments
Thomas Morris, director of the Office of Liquidation at the Small Business Administration and Service to America Medals finalist, explains...
Artificial intelligence for medics
Dr. Jaques Reifman, a U.S. army medical researcher at Fort Detrick, discussed his work on APPRAISE — an artificial intelligence...
Sammies finalist crafted the EPA’s power plant rule
This month, the Partnership for Public Service announced 32 finalists for their Service to America Medals — dubbed the ‘Oscars’...
Securing compliance with pollution control rules
David Hindin, from the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance, discussed his work on pollution control. He’s...
Government Matters (Full Show) – July 14, 2016
On Thursday’s edition of Government Matters: Inside Defense editors Marjorie Censer and Tony Bertuca discussed horse-trading over the National Defense...
Making protective technology better for government
Hongwei Hsiao, chief of the protective technology branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, discussed the work that...
Surveys as a transformative tool in government
Kimya Lee is a Senior Adviser, Research & Evaluation at OPM and a Service to America finalist. See discusses her...
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