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Month: March 2021

We would not want to face another disaster with this level of national debt, says debt limit expert

The Government Accountability Office projects the nation’s debt will hit its highest point in history in 2028, after which the debt will grow faster than the gross domestic product. GAO reports after the pandemic the government should prioritize getting the country on a sustainable long-term path. Susan Irving, Senior Advisor to the Comptroller General on […]

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Government Matters (Full Show) – March 29, 2021

U.S. neither prepared nor resourced for competition in artificial intelligence, warns NSCAI member Katharina McFarland, Director on the Board of Directors at SAIC, discusses her commission’s report on leading in artificial intelligence as well as an upcoming event facilitating opportunities in this field   FEVS results validated TSP communication efforts during COVID-19, says board director […]

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U.S. neither prepared nor resourced for competition in artificial intelligence, warns NSCAI member

The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence warns if current trends continue, China could surpass the United States as the world’s leader in AI in the next decade. The commission has new recommendations for Congress for defending the country with technology and promoting U.S. innovation in artificial intelligence. Katharina McFarland, former Assistant Secretary of Defense […]

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FEVS results validated TSP communication efforts during COVID-19, says board director

Participation in the Thrift Savings Plan is up again this month, and participation among active duty uniformed service members is up to 77.1%. Kim Weaver, Director of External Affairs at the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board, said the reason for this increase is auto-enrollment, and additionally, 68% of those people are contributing 5%, so they […]

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NAPA’s suggested “national investment board” would need White House endorsement

The Treasury Department has distributed $150 billion to counties and cities in 30 days as part of the Coronavirus Relief Fund. The National Academy of Public Administration has recommendations for agencies implementing programs with quick turnaround times effectively. NAPA President and CEO Terry Gerton said challenges for the agency include the large amount of money […]

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Government Matters (Full Show) – March 28, 2021

Mission enablers drive insight from data to accelerate change in the Air Force Eileen Vidrine, Chief Data Officer at the U.S. Air Force, discusses using data and collaborating with trusted partners to support the mission of the Air Force   Army Arctic strategy supports DoD objective to keep region free of conflict Elizabeth Felling, Strategic […]

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Mission enablers drive insight from data to accelerate change in the Air Force

The Air Force has a monthly cycle of training now to certify its own public sector data governance professionals. The Air Force has been training airmen, guardsmen, Air National Guardsmen and even Navy sailors since last fall. Eileen Vidrine, Chief Data Officer at the Air Force, described the demand for data in the Air Force […]

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