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Government Matters (Full Show) – December 7, 2021

Lessons from pandemic fuel infrastructure improvement at VA Office of Information and Technology Paul Brubaker, acting principal deputy assistant secretary at the Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Information and Technology, discusses how his office responded to the pandemic early on and is addressing infrastructure limitations to improve system effectiveness   US and South Korea […]

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Lessons from pandemic fuel infrastructure improvement at VA Office of Information and Technology

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Information and Technology is innovating its tech tools to support the overall mission of the VA. IT investment management can benefit both veterans and the department. Leading the charge is Paul Brubaker, acting principal deputy assistant secretary at the VA Office of Information and Technology. Brubaker said […]

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US and South Korea updating operational war plans in response to North Korean weapons tests

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin recently met with his counterpart in South Korea. The civilian leaders agreed to update their plans for a potential war with North Korea, in response to new weapons tests carried out by the communist regime. David Choi, news reporter for Stars and Stripes, said there have been a variety of new […]

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New White House guidance encourages stronger coordination between agencies and inspectors general

The White House wants to promote better cooperation between agencies and their inspector general (IG) offices, which root out waste, fraud and abuse. The Biden administration has released new guidance with action items for agencies to improve communication with IGs. Courtney Bublé, staff correspondent at Government Executive, said the guidance encourages agencies to increase communication […]

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Government Matters (Full Show) – December 5, 2021

EEOC working to stop artificial intelligence from perpetuating bias in hiring Charlotte A. Burrows, chair of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), discusses preventing workplace discrimination, harassment and retaliation and stopping artificial intelligence from perpetuating bias in hiring

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