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Government Matters – Diversifying genetic research, Chinese surveillance balloon, American satisfaction with the government – February 7, 2023

Neil Hanchard of the National Human Genome Research Institute on genetic diversity in research, Bryan Clark of the Hudson Insitute on the Chinese surveillance balloon and Forrest Morgeson of American Customer Satisfaction Index on Americans’ increased satisfaction with the government.

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Government Matters – Hiring tech workers in the government, Russia violates a treaty, Stopping tech monopolies – February 5, 2023

Kimberly Holden with OPM on recruiting people in the tech industry to work for the government, Lynn Rusten of the Nuclear Threat Initiatve on Russia’s noncompliance with a nuclear treaty & Diana Moss of the American Antitrust Institute on antitrust enforcement of tech companies.

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Government Matters – Classifying government information, Future of AI technology, US military efforts in Somalia – February 2, 2023

J. William Leonard formerly of the National Archives on classified information, David Hickton of University of Pittsburgh’s Institute for Cyber Law, Policy and Security & Bill Roggio of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies on US military efforts in Somalia

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Government Matters – Crypto crime, Federal innovation, US-Israel joint military exercises – January 31, 2023

Eun Young Choi of the DOJ on fighting crypto crime, Paul Zielinksi of the Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer on technology developed in federal labs, & Jonathan Lord of CNAS on US-Israel military exercises

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Government Matters – Advancements in technology, Reforming US intelligence Community – January 29, 2023

Catherine Marsh of IARPA on the organization’s latest projects and Ron Marks of GMU’s Schar School of Policy and Government on reforming the intelligence community

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Government Matters – NASA’s Artemis program, Communicating through fiction, Cutting federal spending – January 26, 2023

Kevin Fagedes of NASA Office of Inspector General on NASA’s international collaboration, Peter Singer of Useful Fiction on communicating real-world lessons through novels and Bob Cusack on federal spending cuts.

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Government Matters – More aid to Ukraine, CDC lacks public trust, Implementing CMMC – January 24, 2023

Luke Coffey with the Hudson Institute on sending more aid to Ukraine, Steve Morrison with CSIS on public distrust of the CDC and Eric Crusius with Holland & Knight LLP on CMMC 2.0

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Government Matters – US-Japan partnership, Role of the US Army Corps of Engineers – January 22, 2023

Japan’s Ambassador to the U.S. Tomita Koji on Japan’s new defense strategy and Lt. Gen. Scott Spellmon with US Army Corps of Engineers on upcoming projects involving the nation’s waterways. Sunday at 10:30 AM on WJLA 24/7 News.

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